We are a national campaigning and information-sharing network led by disabled people. We campaign for all disabled learners to have the right to access and be supported in mainstream education. ALLFIE believes that the whole education experience should be inclusive of disabled learners, both inside and outside the classroom. Disabled and non-disabled learners learning together creates opportunities for the building of relationships and the creation of an inclusive society that welcomes everyone.
ALLFIE's 'Case for Inclusive Education' - What, Why and How - this is a useful resource for your General Election campaigning work because it outlines the case for inclusive education – the What, the Why and the How. We hope it will help you to canvas support for inclusive education from your local Prospective Parliamentary Candidates between now and the 7th of May.
Visit our new 'How Was School?' website - an oral history resource capturing disabled people's experiences of education over the last 100 years.
We hope that you enjoy the site and, if there is anything you need to know, just contact us!
The Alliance for Inclusive
336 Brixton Road, London SW9 7AA
Phone 020 7737 6030
Company No: 5988026
Charity No: 1124424
Registered in England
ALLFIE is funded by: