New voices is an exciting new project by The Alliance for inclusive education (ALLFIE) working with young disabled people to make sure their voices are represented in our work.
We have recruited 12 young people aged 11-18 to look at what we should say and how we can make what we do more accessible to young disabled people. The group will also aim to influence government and meet with ministers and decision-makers
New Voices will run for 9 months from October 2013. See flyer below.
Who's On My Side?
Who's On My Side? is a video collaboration between Allfie and Parents for Inclusion to highlight how families can and do support their disabled young people. Watch the video by following the link below:
VIPER (Past Project)
Voice, Inclusion, Participation, Empowerment, Research -
Developing the Participation of Young Disabled People
'VIPER' was a three year research project that explored the most effective ways of enabling the participation of disabled children and young people in the development of services in England.
Funded by the National Lottery through Big Lottery Fund, the project was led by a consortium of NCB Research, The Council for Disabled Children (CDC), the Alliance for Inclusive Education (ALLFIE), and the Children’s Society.