“"This film features disabled children and young people, their siblings and family members talking about why allies are important. They also talk about the support they get, the support they want and what changes need to be made in education, health and social care services so that they can have real choice and control. It is useful for anyone interested in inclusive education"
This report aims to share learning from different experiences of inclusive education within a developing country context and review participatory, active learning approaches. It includes contributions from governmental officers in southern Africa as well as civil society members, project managers and disabled people. This well organised work, which is also available in Braille, concludes by addressing potential solutions and recommendations for further research. This resource would be useful to anyone with an interest in inclusive education and disability and development
This report brings together experience from a wide range of countries. It identifies underlying principles, which inform practice across a wide range of contexts, and provides brief illustrations from a number of countries. It aims to help education administrators and decision-makers to move beyond the making of policy commitments towards the implementation of inclusive education
This publication contains stories of family-based advocacy organisations which have helped to transform education systems in southern Africa, South Asia, Europe and Australia. Quotes from family and community members provide valuable insights into the activities, thoughts and feelings of parents involved in fighting for the inclusion of their disabled children. The guide is especially useful for family and community members who may feel isolated and want to form a support group or advocacy organisation, and also for teachers, teacher educators and policy-makers
This booklet summarises the more comprensive report by the same title, which brings together experience from a wide range of countries and attempts to summarise knowledge and experience in relation to the development of inclusive education systems
This manual describes a one-week training course to prepare parents as trainers, developed and carried out in Lesotho. The manual is intended as a guide to other people wishing to carry out a similar course. The manual also includes a follow-up report which describes the impact which the workshop had in the following 12 months
This guide is based on evidence and learning in terms of what works for the inclusion of disabled children and young people in mainstream education in specific countries. The Guide offers practical advice and information to those professionals already working with disabled children and their families and also to those professionals unfamiliar with this area of work
Source e-bulletin on Disability and Inclusion