This is a toolkit to support advocacy and training work led by disabled people. The toolkit was developed by disabled people from France, Italy, Iceland and the UK and is based on learning and evidence from visits to each of these countries. The toolkit offers information and advice to disabled people across Europe to encourage their participation and leadership in the implementation of inclusive education for disabled children and young people.
The Role of Disabled People's Organisations in Developing Young Disabled Leaders of the Future.This report looks at some of the ways different organisations are including young disabled people and encouraging their leadership and includes the voices and experiences of young disabled people on leadership matters. The report highlights that young disabled people need to feel part of their communities, families and peer groups if they are to feel confident to seek out leadership roles. The research
Guide for Families to help them seek inclusive education opportunities for the disabled child. The Guide has been written by Linda Whitehead and encourages families to think of themselves as allies to their disabled children by thinking about disability in a positive way by using the Social Model of Disability. The Guide will help families ask the right questions of schools and to be more confident to seek out a school that is inclusive of all children from the local community. - See more at: ht
The ‘How Was School?’ website looks at Disabled People’s experiences of education over the last 100 years through the telling and recording of personal memories and histories of school. This truly unique collection designed and delivered by disabled people has produced an oral history resource that will serve as an archive in the public interest but will also be a practical tool for schools, colleges and other education providers to bring to life debates on citizenship, equality and diversity.
The magazine of the Inclusion Movement in the UK. It is a grass-roots publication written by people who are involved in the extraordinary challenge of inclusion. The articles are fresh and new, sometimes controversial, sometimes funny, always informative. Includes examples of good practice, reviews of useful resources, event information, legal advice, current news including policy and legislation.
This Guide has been written by education and social care professionals from France, Italy, Romania, Iceland and the UK and is based on evidence and learning from each of these countries in terms of what works for the inclusion of disabled children and young people in mainstream education. The Guide offers practical advice and information to those professionals already working with disabled children and their families and also to those professionals unfamiliar with this area of work. - See more a