Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Radio Prague Today 3.5.2013

Articles posted today

Study shows schools need to think creatively about resources to fund inclusive education

The non-profit organization Rytmus, which focuses its work on education for children with mental and learning disabilities, has completed a year-long project which illustrated in practical terms what would need to be done for all students, no matter their mental, physical or social abilities, to be able to attend regular schools. Currently in the Czech Republic, many Roma children and most students with disabilities are relegated to so-called special schools.

Political analyst: Treason charges against Klaus should have been filed much earlier

The Czech Senate voted on Monday afternoon to file charges of treason against the outgoing president Václav Klaus. Heads of all of the ruling coalition parties have expressed disapproval of the move, with the Prime Minister insinuating that it was a vindictive move from the opposition-controlled senate. RP asked political analyst Jiří Pehe about what will be the fallout from the senate's decision.

One World opener Bravehearts maps year in life of Norwegian students shaken by Breivik attacks

Bravehearts, which opened the One World festival of human rights documentaries in Prague on Monday night, follows politically engaged Norwegian students preparing for student elections. However, midway through filming Norway suffered a terrible tragedy, when Anders Behring Breivik shot dead 69 people at a Labour Party youth camp after setting off a bomb in Oslo. One of the film's protagonists was there.