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What works? Promoting the rights of disabled children : guidelines for action

LANSDOWN, Gerison
2003

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The human rights of disabled children are violated in many ways. These guidelines lay out how they are excluded, abused and neglected. The first part of the publication looks at the stories of disabled children themselves. The second part explains how an effective framework can be developed, how the role of civil society can be strengthened and how the needs of children can be met. The guidelines are useful for disabled peoples' organisations, advocacy organisations and disability non-governmental organisations

Preparing teachers for inclusive education

MARIGA, L
MCCONKEY, R
PHACHAKA, L
1996

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This is a practical training package comprising a manual (available on the Internet from EENET) and video produced in Lesotho. It shows how primary school teachers implement inclusive education in overcrowded classrooms in remote rural areas with very few material resources

Help in higher education

YOUNG EPILEPSY

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This resource contains a support pack for higher education institutions to students with epilepsy. This pack contains: a free guide to epilepsy, an epilepsy questionnaire, dedicated online resources for students to manage their epilepsy at university, and online course for higher education staff

 

Note: this resource is free however users need to fill out the form provided

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