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Inclusion Now 60 Autumn 2021
Welcome to the latest edition of Inclusion Now, packed with topical articles on inclusive education, including: Judy Heumann interview; ‘Our Voice’ participants interview Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson; struggles for educational inclusion in the UK’s Gypsy and Traveller community; UK Disability History Month 2021 + more!
Inclusion Now 58 Spring 2021
Welcome to the latest edition of Inclusion Now. As we head into spring there’s an air of positivity emerging from Young people’s Covid-19 education experiences. We are also delighted to celebrate International Women’s Day, by highlighting the voices of Young women writers within the Disability Movement.
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Our Voice Project: What We Learned
During the COVID-19 pandemic, ALLFIE launched ‘Our Voice’ project, to listen to Disabled Young people’s voices and address their education concerns. Armineh Soorenian, Project Coordinator, reports back on key take away messages, including isolation and intersectional exclusion.
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.
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Queen’s Speech 2021 Briefing: Inclusive education and COVID-19 recovery
State Opening of Parliament on 11 May marked the formal start of the parliamentary year. The Queen’s Speech set out the government’s agenda for the new parliamentary session. ALLFIE’s briefing highlights the relevant areas for inclusive education and our Covid19 campaign.