This report examines the organisational strategy of 11 disabled women's groups in Nicaragua. More specifically, this resource explores the experiences of each organisation as they introduce gender perspectives, sexuality and women rights issues into their work, at the local and national level. It concludes by providing recommendations for developing appropriate participatory methodologies. This resource would be useful to anyone with an interest in women right's and disability and development
Written from a child's perspective, this book describes how disabled children view their world. It is aimed at practitioners who would like to learn about the child's opinion
A report of the project 'Inclusive Schools and Community Support Programmes' with country reports from eleven countries. The case studies provide policy-makers, educationalists and practitioners with an overview about the stages of setting up inclusive education programmes
This is a report on an international seminar on Inclusive Education which brought together practitioners from Asia, Africa, Central America, the Middle East and Europe. The aim of the seminar was to share experience between programmes. The semiar discussed five main topics: policy; attitudes; school issues; practice; and monitoring and evaluation
(AHRTAG) A snapshot of some projects in Nicaragua as part of the Programme for the Integrated Development of Disabled Women.
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