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About Us

We are a national network led by disabled people and supported by allies that include parents, educators and Head Teachers. The Alliance has campaigned successfully, over the last 20 years, to remove the legal conditions which have served to limit the rights of children with Special Educational Needs to secure a supported mainstream placement. We have also been very influential in bringing education into the remit of the Disability Discrimination Act, then more recently the Equality Act and more broadly the full implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, Article 24: Inclusive Education, strengthening the right of disabled young people to protection from discrimination within the education system.

Our Principles

Inclusive education enables all students to fully participate in any mainstream early years provision, school, college or university. Inclusive education provision has training and resources aimed at fostering every student's equality and participation in all aspects of the life of the learning community.

Inclusive education aims to equip all people with the skills needed to build inclusive communities.

Inclusive education is based on seven principles:

Education not Segregation

Our Aims (2010 -2013)

See our full Strategic Plan here

See our latest Annual Report here


Find out more about us by clicking on the links below:

Our History

Allfie Staff and Trustees

Our latest information leaflet

Contact Us:

The Alliance for Inclusive Education
Registered Office:
336 Brixton Road
London SW9 7AA

Phone: 0207 737 6030


Company No: 5988026
Charity No: 1124424
Registered in England