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Education that connects

Human-ed offers educational services that focus on connecting people. At the core of all services lies the conviction that all that connects us, humans, is stronger than what divides us. Agree? Disagree? Let's connect.



Intercultural Education - Training. Consultancy. Content.


From Plan to Reality

Are you wondering how to implement internationalisation at your school? Would you like to become a more inclusive school but are not sure how? Do you need help with your bilingual program? Let's discuss where you want to be so we can explore how to get you there.


Know Yourself to Understand Others

Would you like (your team/your students) to become more interculturally competent? And are you ready to step outside your comfort zone? Through hands-on and interactive training sessions participants reflect on held beliefs and current practices, and develop an understanding of intercultural competence through cooperative learning activities. Each learning experience is unique. Let's explore yours.


Meaningful. Fun. Learning.

Are you looking for innovative educational materials for your project/product? Would you like the materials to (also) foster intercultural competence / global citizenship? Are you looking for that spark in students' eyes? So am I. Let's connect to see how I can help.


Skills that Matter

Do you have a project idea about connecting people, but could use some educational expertise? Are you looking for classroom-tested methodology that fosters cooperation, open-mindedness and empathy? Let's dream up something together!

Interested in one of my services? Or do you have a different query? Get in touch.



Mari Varsányi is an educational innovator, bridging schools and society. With experience in curriculum design and coordination, training and English teaching, she specialises in intercultural competence and democracy education. 

She enjoys taking on challenges. Among her achievements, she has set up the primary section of the innovative bilingual school, DENISE, and has published the book From Class to Community: a collection of cooperative activities.


Mari introduced a tool which gave us the opportunity to look at ourselves and our intercultural competence. All team-members were motivated by the workshop and were most interested in this subject, which is part of the internationalisation of our IPC-schoolprogram.

Minneke Wiewel, headmistress OBS Overhoeks, Amsterdam