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.
  • Fully accessible buildings.
  • An inclusive curriculum.
  • An inclusive assessment system.
  • An education workforce committed to inclusive education practice.

ALLFIE manifesto

Sign our manifesto

Recent signatories...

  • Inclusion Barnet
  • Chris MacFarlane
    “Keep going”
  • Inclusion Barnet
  • Ella Bennett
    “An excellent initiative!”
  • Sarah Bayles
  • Anne Emerson
  • Julie Pointer
    “Totally agree and suggest we push for a cross government inclusion policy signed by DfE, DH, NHSE and Public Health”
  • Lia Soorenian
  • Anna Lawson
  • Jenny Owen
  • Rachael Thomas
  • Anderson Acoustics Limited
    “We are proud to sign the ALLFIE manifesto to support people with special educational needs and disabilities within mainstream education. We believe fully accessible and inclusive learning environments are key to building a better, more inclusive world.”
  • Bristol Reclaiming Independent Living (BRIL)
  • John Cosgrove
  • Aimee Durning
  • Rosalind Grainger
  • Eileen Ross
  • lee Pinkerton
  • Theresa Lane
  • Fiona Couper Kenney
  • Kenny Frederick
    “Alfie have been fighting for the rights of children for many years. They live the story and show that inclusive education is a benefit and not a cost! Our children need to live and learn together and we need to knock down the barriers that are put in their way!”
  • Cheri LaMay
  • Miro Griffiths
  • chris walker
  • Kevin White
    “Big love to you all. We are family and should all live, love and learn together.”
  • Amani Alnamnakani
    “Everyone of us have different needs, but we all need a sence of belonging”
  • Jamie Ashley
  • Maureen Johnson
    “Let's do this!”
  • Educational Psychologists for Inclusion
    “Keep up the good work”
  • Midge Caryer
  • Ann Jillings
    “Great to see the manifesto includes an inclusive curriculum and specifically mentions British Sign Language.”
  • John Eccleston
    “Need to redress the balance every child matters and us entitled to inclusive education”
  • Centre for Inclusive Futures
    “Inclusive education is fundamental to building a more inclusive society, the essential pre-requisite for tackling 21st Century challenges together. We all need to learn how better to live in harmony with ourselves, each other and the natural world of which we are a part.”
  • Emma Greenland
    “I am signing as a parent and parent governor on this important matter. Inclusion and inclusive design is better for EVERYONE.”
  • Ferdi Ploeger
  • Harry Cubitt
  • Yvonne Brouwers
    “Belonging is normal. Belonging means inclusion. Inclusion is normal. I keep supporting you until an inclusive society is normal.”
  • Cornelia Broesskamp
    “Wishing you a succesful campaign. Has Labour signed up?”
  • Stacey Naugle Sherman
  • Christine O'MAHONY
  • Antonia Hannah
    “An inclusive education system fosters inclusive communities.”
  • Alexandra Davey
    “Let's break the cycle of segregation that starts in school and stays with us until we are parents. Let's be the generation that stops this for good.”
  • Don’t Screen Us Out
    “Pregnant women are told about the limitations of people with Down’s syndrome, and after birth, subtle and not so subtle discrimination in areas such as education leads to such limitations, the self-fulfilling prophecy. The Human Rights of this group need to be asserted, so that they are not limited but enabled, to reach their full potential.”
  • Fiona Culbert
    “Well done for creating a clear manifesto and dearly hope it comes to fruition. In the 21st century ALL should mean ALL, always, everywhere and children not "othered" on basis on disability.”
  • Jennifer Rutherford
  • Jade Sempare
  • Liam Martin
  • catherine bebbington
  • Mwense Deaf Club-Zambia
    “Inclusive education should be supported by every meaning individual. I am a Deaf person who has thrived academically in inclusive education. I am a living example and so I do support inclusive edu.”
  • Jeremy Spandler