Inclusion Now 60 Autumn 2021
Our Autumn edition of Inclusion Now magazine is now out. This edition includes:
Tanni Grey-Thompson interview with ‘Our Voice’ project participants; Making a Difference: Gypsy and Traveller Children and Young People; UKDHM: UK Disability History Month 2021; Inclusive Practice: The role of academics; Legal Question + more! with audio.
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Stand up for inclusive education!
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Inclusion Now 59 Summer 2021
Welcome to the 59th edition of Inclusion Now magazine.
Summer’s edition includes:
Steve McQueen interview with ALLFIE’s Disabled Black Lives Matter group; Young Disabled people’s experiences of COVID-19 education; Olivia Blake MP Q&A; Disabled Women on the Frontline; SEND Review + more! with audio.
Turns out, being a disabled young person in lockdown isn’t great
Remmington is 16 and lives in Cheshire England. They are an ambulatory wheelchair user and are autistic. They play the flute saxophone and piano, and are passionate about music, advocacy for human rights, and analysis of film, TV and literature. #OurVoice
Disabled Women on the Frontline event highlights
ALLFIE’s collaborative webinar, with Inclusion London, Sister of Frida and guests, explored issues for Disabled Women and Girls at the frontline and leading in disability rights movements, including our campaign for inclusive education. Now on playback.