EENET - the Enabling Education Network - is an inclusive education information-sharing network, open to everyone. We seek a world in which children, young people and adults are actively participating in quality education and learning opportunities throughout their lives. We therefore help a wide range of people to document and share their experiences of inclusion, equity and rights in education. We facilitate access to information, encourage critical thinking and innovation, and support influencing and collaboration.
The main feature of the website is our extensive resources database, where you can access/download over 800 short articles, longer documents, posters, training manuals, videos and much more from around the world. We also have an online shop, where you can order hard copies of key resources. The website provides information about upcoming events, job vacancies with various organisations, and details of the consultancy services that EENET offers.
Top 5 … most read 'Enabling Education' (EENET newsletter) articles in the last 6 months
- Debating the role of special schools in inclusive education (2008)
- Focus on Policy: Universal Primary Education in Uganda (2000)
- Early marriage and education (2006)
- Education for All in China: A Western Perspective (2000)
- The benefits of mother tongue education in Senegal (2008)
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