Jan Wulf-Schnabel is one of six people, who were selected as Ashoka Fellows in Germany in 2017. The Washington-based social entrepreneurship network Ashoka is the largest social entrepreneurship organisation in the world supporting people, who use innovative ideas to transform society for the better. Here you can see a video on the Fellowship: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rvDcQV_8fI
In 2016, the Gold Kraemer Foundation awarded the Paul-und-Käthe-Kraemer-Inclusion Award to the Institute for Inclusive Education. This award recognises the work of the institute as a contribution to sustainable change and improvement of the living conditions of people with disabilities and its commitment for the participation of all people in our society.
The Institute for Inclusive Education was honoured in 2017 with the Innovation Award of the Zero Project Conference in Vienna at the United Nations Office. More information about the award can be found here: https://zeroproject.org/practice/germany-institut-fur-inklusive-bildung/
Since 2017, the Institute for Inclusive Education has been named a “Place of Excellence" in the “Country of Ideas”-competition. The work of our institute was honoured for its forward-looking innovation with nationwide and international impact.
The Schleswig-Holstein regional association of the Sozialverband Deutschland (Social Association of Germany, SoVD) awarded its Integration Award to the Institute for Inclusive Education in 2017 and emphasized the innovation of the educational work of our institute.
In 2017, the Institute for Inclusive Education was awarded the Special Prize for Social Entrepreneurship in the nationwide corporate competition KfW Award Gründen. Here you can see a report by the KfW about the institute: https://www.kfw.de/stories/gesellschaft/bildung/inklusive-bildung/.