Sign the ALLFIE manifesto


Stand up for inclusive education and put your name to our six demands.

ALLFIE’s manifesto focuses on realising the rights of ALL disabled people to mainstream education with all necessary supports and adjustments within an inclusive education system.  It sets out ALLFIE’s six demands, which would move us from the present situation to a fully inclusive education system.

We believe disabled people have the right to:

  • An inclusive education supported by human rights laws.
  • A coordinated education, health and social care system.
  • An inclusive learning environment.
  • An inclusive curriculum.
  • An inclusive assessment system.
  • An education workforce committed to inclusive education practice.

ALLFIE manifesto

Sign our manifesto

Recent signatories...

  • James Charles
  • Sarah Wells
    “Absolutely fantastic work. This is something that needs to be expedited to the forefront of the 'new normal' plan for the future of education.”
  • Michelle Feather
    “All children and adults should be allowed to flourish in safe inclusive environment without been discriminated against or bullied and seen as equal not burden on the government.”
  • Caroline Hope
    “All children should be accepted in society. All children are the adults of the future.”
  • Kerry Bailes
  • Lea Kane
  • Adam williams
    “as someone who lives in Blackpool I give my full support in this manifesto as I would like to help make a change to the way people with disabilities are treated and how increase the support that is available to them and their families as well as being all inclusive to everyone”
  • Ligali
    “We should not be having to campaign for this, as a society we must stop disabling people. Good quality, inclusive education should be, can be, and must be a right for all. Thank you for your work Allfie and the DBLM group for championing this cause.”
  • Alison Wilde
  • Uzoamaka Placida Ojinnaka
    “Educate not segregate”
  • Marianne Horan
  • Christine Davies
    “They say children are meant to be in school, NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND, my child as been left behind by school our local M.P Kate as been involved for over a year know to help get the right help and support for my daughter, But because the headmaster bullying my daughter as been since January off y3 he gave her internal bruising across her shoulder's as he grabbed her that hard he all most fell on top off her, socal worker told he he wasn't given her the right help between meeting the head is say no”
  • Rika Scholtz
  • Jeandre de Wet
  • Samantha Anne Stainton
    “Support all inclusive education, it could save a life.”
  • Mohammed Gani
    “I fully support the movement I have a 3 year old on the spectrum and will fight for him to every opportunity for him to be able to cope and live a beautiful life.”
  • Blanche Rheeder
  • Jeanne Harichuran
    “I trust that this helps me boy, one day when I'm no longer around to support him, this step may have made all the difference.”
  • Kwanele Duma
    “I second inclusive education system im from South Africa and we have speech therapists and occupational therapists enough to make this happen but most of them are jobless while our children are suffering from stigma because they are to go to special schools... It should be a new normal to provide support and make everyone aware of disability, because everyone matters. Aluta contunua!”
  • Michelle Van Zyl
  • Rob Burton
    “Please do enact this policy to ensure fair educational opportunities for all.”
  • Maranitha van Eeden
  • Adi De Hoop
    “Just keep going and doing this advocacy efforts. So many children need you!”
  • Fallon Gil
  • Andrea Van Staden
  • Joe Holdsworth
  • Susan Evans
    “I am really interested in setting up an alternative education centre in a green leafy area from 5 to 25 years. I have 7 year experience as social worker with children disabled teams in various Borough. Now in safeguarding but would like to return back to CWD but placed within a natural environment where we can all thrive. Anyone on board? Children with SEN are being excluded and placed in PRU without proper support. It really saddens me as I know potential is then wasted.”
  • Colin Cameron
    “Was just checking the website out because I wanted to pass on information about ALLFIE to one of my students at Northumbria University. But very happy to add my name here. Referred to ALLFIE yesterday, too, in a lecture to another student group. Gaining access, inclusion, equality and respect for all disabled people involves a struggle, and being in it for the long haul, but we gain strength from being in it for each other.”
  • Nina Mathurin
    “I am in a similar situation with my son soon to be 9 years old. Parents know their children best, so getting the correct balance and support parents should be included in that process. What I have come across is our children being put in a category box, if they have an EHCP budget and plan why can their needs not be met in a mainstream setting? Additional needs schools are not a one stop shop, our children are individuals and should have access to mainstream school, it is their right.”
  • Tim Kent
  • International Socialist Guild
    “Well done Allfie”
  • Emile Gouws
    “I represent Neurodiversity on the CDPF and as an autism self-advocate, I believe in the implementation of Article 24 of the UNCRPD to include Disabled students in an education system free from any form of victimization and discrimination.”
  • Rebecca Pettman
  • Jennifer Dong
  • Lydia Clements
  • Wendy Craddock
    “I fully support inclusive education for all regardless of ethnicity or of physical or learning ability.”
  • katie lee
  • Emily Allsopp
  • colette bruce
  • Rhianna Jones
  • thomas ramsey
  • Emily Clark
  • Centre of Socail Inclusive Programms (Kazakhstan)
    “I am very glad to have a chance to present my team from Kazakhstan here. We work three years and know have an Inclusive ground and space in Almaty. And our dream is to open the same grounds in different countries and to start the First online incousive school in Kazakhstan, that can help to children make an inclusive collaborations”
  • Louise Hassell
  • Clare Mawson
  • Linda Campbell
  • Christine O'MAHONY
  • Katie Clarke
  • jeff slominski
  • Tony Makin
    “I had a daughter who was profoundly deaf but I insisted she was in a mainstream school. I was a special needs teacher in mainstream schools until I became disabled myself. I am acutely aware of the social model of disability and from first hand experience support Allfie's campaigns.”