Registration Form

Part one

The answers from this part will be visible to the public in the Open Review Process.

In your own words, tell us why you are interested in education and diversity in teacher training and how these issues relate to your work. If you are already working on these issues please tell us how. Maximum 1000 characters (~175 words).

Which dimensions are you most interested on working on during the project?

If you selected "other", please provide the details here.

Description: Please choose one topic, you would like to work on during the workshop week if you are invited.
If you want to work on a different topic on the group/classroom level please select other and specify in the following textbox.

Please provide a short description of what aspects are important to you regarding the first chosen topic.
Please note this description will be the basis for the open review process to decide who will be invited. Therefore it makes sense to write a more detailed explanation.

Other materials that you might consider to be relevant for that topic (websites, (academic) papers, policy documents).

Please choose a second topic, you would like to work on during the workshop week if you are invited.
If you want to work on a different topic on the group/classroom level please select other and specify in the following textbox.

Please provide a short description of what aspects are important to you regarding the chosen second topic.
Please note this description will be the basis for the open review process to decide who will be invited. Therefore it makes sense to write a more detailed explanation.

Other materials that you might consider to be relevant for that second topic (websites, (academic) papers, policy documents).


Please select additional topics you would be willing to contribute to. As we have to build teams for each topic, it is increases our chances to find others to work on topics, if you select additional topics here.

If you want to suggest other topics, feel free to do so here.


Part two

The answers from this part will not be visible to the public during the Open Review Process.

Please fill in your email address where we can reach you for the duration of the All means all!-Project (2022-2024).

To apply for an invitation and scholarship to attend All means all!-Workshop in South Tyrol (Italy), select the first option.
If you only need an invitation (not a scholarship), please select the second option.

Forename / Given Name

Surname / Family Name

If you would like us to call you something different than the first name you entered above, please enter it here.
For example, if your name is “Michael” but you prefer to be called “Mike.”

Please select the most fitting options for you. We gather this information to ensure a diversity among participants.

If you selected "other" as your gender, please provide the details here.

Preferred pronouns will be used for communication and on name tags. If you select Other please specify details below.

If you selected Other as your preferred pronouns, please enter your preferred pronouns here.

Please select an option.

All means all! is committed to supporting diversity, equity and inclusion, and this information adds an important dimension to our efforts. We understand that different cultures have different sensitivities around this type of information, so this question is optional. Select “Prefer not to say” to skip the question. If you decide to answer, select any/all options that apply. You can also write your own answer in the box at the bottom (just be sure to check "Specified below"). By "origin" we generally mean where your ancestors are from.

If you selected "Other" as ethnicity, please provide additional information here.





Please select your proficiency in English Language.

Please select the country where you are a citizen (where your passport is from). If your country isn’t listed, select “Country Not Listed” and indicate your country in the comments box at the end of the application form.

Please select the country where you currently live. If you are a resident of multiple countries, pick the one where you will spend the most time this year.

The All Means All Workshop in 2022 takes place in South Tyrol, Italy. Please enter below the city from which you would travel to get to Italy. Please include city and country. This information is required for those applying for a travel scholarship, and we encourage everyone else to answer too. It could be either your workplace address or your home address.

Travelling to this event is necessary for our approach to collaboration. Nevertheless, we recommend travelling by train if possible. Are you planning to travel by train?

Do you need a Schengen Visa to attend the workshop?

Do you need support by us in any form to participate in the workshop? If yes, please specify below.

If you need assistance, please let us know how we can be of assistance.

If you have a personal assistant, that is travelling with you, please check this box. Due to funding this is limited to persons with disabilities.

We are providing food during the workshops, therefore we would like to have a rough idea of your preferences.

We want as many persons to be able to attend. Do you need a child day care to take part in the workshop?

Due to the national legislation vaccination is a requirement to participate on site.
Are you fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (including booster-shot)? If you cannot be vaccinated due to medical reasons, proof will be required.
If you are not vaccinated and still want to take part, we will look into forms of online participation. You will not receive a scholarship for travel.

Please tell us briefly about yourself. This may include what you do for work, what you study, what projects you’re involved in, or what you are passionate about. Maximum 280 characters (~35 words).

If you describe yourself as a self-advocate: in regard to which dimensions of diversity would you consider yourself as a self-advocate?

Please describe your experience of self-advocacy work in the field of education.

With regard to which dimensions of diversity in the context of education would you describe yourself as an expert?

If you selected "other" as your expertise, please provide the details here.

Please check the profession that best describes what you do. If there are multiple options that equally describe you, you may put in up to three.

Please indicate how many years of work experience you have in your primary profession. If you’ve worked in multiple professions at different times, please add the number of years together. Do not include time when you were also studying or going to school full time (including PhD).

Please select the academic degrees you have attained, if any. Only check the degrees you have already been awarded.

Which option below best describes your academic field of study or expertise? Please select only one option.

Please provide the full name of the institution, organization, or company where you work or go to school. Please write out the meaning of any acronyms (for example, write “Massachusetts Institute of Technology” not just “MIT”). If you have multiple affiliations, please list the most important one here. You may list up to four other affiliations below, if any.





If you have a Twitter account, please enter your username here including the "@". Otherwise leave this blank. You can sign up for a free account at https://twitter.com. Twitter is commonly-used platform among community members, but is not required or necessary to participate.

Researchers: If you have an ORCID, please enter it here. You can sign up for a free ORCID at https://orcid.org This information is optional, but can be a helpful way to let us know about your publications and academic background.

Do you have any of the following skills that you would be interested in volunteering for an open-related project? Check all that apply below.

If possible please provide papers/documents/websites you have worked on, in the relevant fields.

Select the expenses as appropriate.

Please make sure you are available for the whole week. Please select the preferred week. If both work fine for you, please select both.

If one week is more suitable for you, please let us know in the comments which one.

Consistent participation throughout the week is required for effective group collaboration. Can you take part the whole week?

We want to use all available spaces, therefore we are planning a waiting list, in case someone cancels last minute.

If you are not selected for the first workshop, should we contact you again for the second workshop (Maynooth, Ireland 2023) or the third workshop (Germany, 2024)?

The usage of a creative commons (cc-by) license is a core part of this project. Please note that you will not be selected if you don't agree on sharing your input under a cc-by license.

We prepared a Code of Conduct, that describes how we want to work together.
Do you agree on the Code of Conduct.

Do you agree on the goal to support all learners to develop their full potentials in social interaction and cooperation addressing structural disadvantages based on gender, sexual orientation, economic, social & cultural background, class, dis/ability, race, languages, health, age, caring roles, religion & beliefs (or lack thereof), biography and appearance.

Do you agree to an Open Review Process, where other applicants can review your application?

Do you want to participate in the selection process of people taking part at the workshop? You will be informed about the Open-Review process by email.

Do you agree that we store the data from this form for duration of the project (end of 2024)?

Do you agree that we store and use your name, your field of expertise and your email until the end of year 2029 to inform you about our future projects as well? Your selection will not impact your application rating, however giving us these permissions can help make sure you get the most out of the All means all!-Project.

Do you give All means all! permission to occasionally use your application to connect you with future opportunities related to the mission of All means all? (e.g. scholarships to related conferences, local events, opportunities for application)

Do you give All means all! permission to share your data in connection with your name and data for the purposes of connecting you with others particpating in the workshop? (Note that your email address will be kept private.)

One last thing!

Please provide us with the email-address of one to four people, who should receive an invitation to apply for the workshop! One recommendation is required, the others are optional. Please use institutional addresses if possible, so we can avoid spamming peoples personal space.





Use this box for any additional information you would like to share about yourself, projects you work on, or other information that could impact your attendance or participation at the All means all!-Project, if invited. Maximum 1000 characters (~150 words).