North Macedonia: Bullied lady with Down’s syndrome strolled to school by president

    North Macedonia's president Stevo Pendarovski joined youngster Embla Ademi for the school-run

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    North Macedonia’s president Stevo Pendarovski signed up with child Embla Ademi for the school-run (Picture: Reuters)

    A woman who had actually been bullied and victimized since she has Down’s Syndrome was supported by her nation’s president as he strolled her to school.

    North Macedonia’s Stevo Pendarovski signed up with the child and her household for the school-run after some moms and dads petitioned for her to be eliminated from class.

    Embla Ademi, 11, from Gostivar, held hands with Mr Pendaror who stated ‘Inclusion is a basic principle that we must support in such cases’.

    Speaking after they had actually shown up, Pendarovski included that he had actually pertained to reveal assistance to Ademi and her household and to reveal that everybody in North Macedonia was equivalent.

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    Stevo Pendarovski @SPendarovski Inclusiveness as an aspiration should not remain just a declarative principle, but to use the potentials of people with atypical development. Prejudice should not be an obstacle to building an equal and just society for all. Empathy is our moral obligation. Pictures taken from Stevo Pendarovski Twitter Page

    Mr Pendarovski stated that everybody in North Macedonia are equivalent

    President Stevo Pendarovski visited today in Gostivar the family of Embla Ademi, as well as the primary school ?Edinstvo?, where Embla attends classes. He talked to Embla?s parents about the challenges she and her family face on a daily basis, focusing on opportunities to their overcoming. Pendarovski encouraged and supported the parents in their fight for the protection of the rights of children with atypical development and welcomed the Ombudsman?s quick reaction and the decision of the Commission for Protection against Discrimination to open a procedure in the case of Embla Media Center North Macedonia

    Embla has actually gone back to school and will be appointed an individual assistant

    ‘I came to offer my help and support that I can in this position that I am in. If we can, if we raise the awareness people who have special needs are a part of us and we cannot discard them,’ he stated.

    Local media reported moms and dads of kids in the exact same class as Ademi had actually petitioned for her elimination and for her to be informed individually from other kids.

    She has actually now gone back to her class with other trainees and has actually been appointed an individual assistant.

    Children living with impairments in the Western Balkans are typically not able to gain access to aid and chances and deal with entrenched social discrimination and preconception, according to a 2018 report by UNICEF and the European Disability Forum.

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