UN Committee slates the UK’s record on Disabled people’s rights – including the right to inclusive education
ALLFIE recently returned from Geneva, where, after hearing evidence from ALLFIE and other Deaf and Disabled people’s organisations, the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons With Disabilities had strong criticism of the UK government’s record on the human rights of disabled people, including Article 24, the right to inclusive education.Find out more →
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The Inclusion Champions Project
Inclusive education is the basis for lifelong equality of Disabled people, and a core part of independent living. We work with a network of Disabled People’s Organisations to raise awareness and engage locally around education issues, providing resources and training.
How Was School?
Disabled people’s experience of education over the last century, including schools resource packs and more.
“The assumption was you weren’t going to do GCSEs or O levels as they were then, or the old CSEs either, you shouldn’t aspire… I think it was an environment where you learned to become disabled.”
Inclusion Now 50
Bumper 50th edition: inclusion snakes and ladders, interview with Kevin Courtney and Mary Bousted of the NEU, school visit to Tollgate Primary in East London, mapping the road to inclusion, young people talk about Education, Health and Care Plans and more…
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