At ETI, we believe that everyone has the right to actively participate in their community. We strive to ensure that every child feels like they belong and can bring their full selves forward, without fear of judgment. If a child feels that they have to change their behavior to fit in, we have not done our job to the best of our ability.
We believe in authentic inclusion; going a step above the human rights approach, establishing confidence in participants while breaking down barriers to inclusion.
What is the Human Rights-Based approach?
According to the United Nations Population Fund, the human rights-based approach focuses on the relationship between individuals and decision-makers.
How we disrupt the narrative
At ETI, we go a step above the human rights-based approach. We believe that everyone has basic human rights as an established right. With this understanding, we are able to focus on breaking down barriers to inclusion through our five empowerment and integration training programs.