proMENTE contributed to the dissemination of the Regional report on inclusion and education in Central and Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia by providing presentation of findings. Presentation also included a part on evidence based policy making. One presentation was held in Teslić for the representatives of the ministries of eduaction from BiH. Key findings are: (1) Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia has made progress towards a rights-based approach to inclusive education. Education levels increased; out-of-school rates fell by half. Two in three education systems have adopted a definition of inclusion that embraces multiple marginalized groups. Countries have been moving away from the medical model. Schools are making their support systems broader and more flexible. (2) But the shift to inclusion is far from complete. Many countries in the region have yet to shed the legacy of segregated education. What passes for inclusive pedagogy may instead be a medically defined focus on disability. (3) Other forms of segregation and discrimination persist, hindering inclusion.