ALLFIE has adopted a home working policy to support UK Government social distancing measures to reduce the spread of Coronavirus. The team is working hard remotely to ensure messages of inclusive education and Disabled people’s rights aren’t ignored at this time.
We continue to challenge measures which disrupt Disabled people’s rights to education. In particular emergency Government Covid-19 legislation raises concerns for Disabled learners in mainstream education – please read our latest briefing Covid-19 and Inclusive Education | May 2020 briefing
It’s important to communicate directly if you have concerns – please leave contact details and we’ll respond ASAP: [email protected] | 020 7737 6030
This is an unprecedented and difficult time for everyone – please stay safe.
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Blog: Reporting back on ALLFIE’s Day of Action
On 23rd January ALLFIE held a Day of Action in London’s Westminster. The day comprised three events designed to push inclusive education onto the Government agenda and highlight its failure to properly support and resource mainstream education for all Disabled pupils and students.