This video documents the Making It Work study, “Good practices in inclusive education of children with disabilities in Cape Verde”. The video highlights examples of good practice in inclusive primary and secondary education in Cape Verde. The Making It Work approach was used in order to document and promote good practice in line with the principles of Article 24 of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD)
The report is a collection of good practices of inclusion of people with disabilities in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, compiled through the ‘Support to DPOs’ project. Making It Work methodology was used to collect good practice of social integration and participation by people with disabilities; good practice in terms of working methods to ensure partner ownership and long term sustainability; and good practice in terms of process, such as participative working methods to ensure the long-term ‘real’ inclusion of persons with disabilities. The target of the report is the Disability Working Committee, the key Government body in decision making on disability issues. The report considers 13 case studies on such topics as DPO activity, inclusive education, community participation, rehabilitation and livelihoods. For each case study, influencing factors (positive and negative) are identified, and possible improvements and recommendations for replication suggested. This collection of good practices gives a diverse range of possible actions for the enhanced inclusion of persons with disabilities; combining access to services (early education, mainstream education, and rehabilitation), arts and culture, awareness-raising, and active participation in political and social life
“This study has been carried out to promote practical recommendations, based on experience, on how to include children with disabilities in regular primary and secondary education in Cape Verde. Underpinning this objective is the goal to promote the effective implementation of article 24 of the CRPD in Cape Verde.” This study used the Making It Work approach in order to document and promote good practice in line with the principles of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD)
This publication covers ten Asia-Pacific countries providing examples of disability legislation in the following areas: protection of rights, equalisation, education, employment, rehabilitation, accessibility and national coordination.
Source e-bulletin on Disability and Inclusion