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Subscribe to - 'Enabling Education Review'
- This is our free annual publication, featuring practical examples of inclusive education.
- Printed copies are sent to readers in countries of the South. Readers in Northern and Southern countries can ask to receive an electronic version via email.
- To subscribe, contact EENET and tell us your name, organisation, postal address (including country), email address, mobile/cell phone number, etc. Please also tell us a bit about yourself and your work.
- Feel free to photocopy useful articles from 'Enabling Education Review' and share them with your colleagues, students, project stakeholders, etc.
- You can read all editions of ‘Enabling Education Review’ (and its predecessor ‘Enabling Education’) on this website.
Write an article
- We are always looking for new articles for our website and to publish in ‘Enabling Education Review’.
- We can accept and review articles at any time of year.
- Articles for the newsletter usually need to be submitted around May/June each year. Keep an eye on the news section for our annual 'call for articles' which will give you details of deadlines and themes.
- We are happy to provide advice and support with writing or editing articles so please contact us at any time.
Tell other people about EENET
- Help us find more people who want to receive ‘Enabling Education Review’.
- Encourage your colleagues, project partners, etc, to document their experiences of inclusive education and share with EENET - so that we can share the documents/videos with our global readers.
Help us to translate more information into other languages
- We want to offer inclusive education information in as many languages as possible, but we have limited funds.
- We mostly rely on volunteers to translate documents for us, free of charge.
- If you or your organisation could help with translations, please contact us.
- Our translations poster (PDF 793kb) can be used to help raise awareness of the need for more translations. Printed copies are available from EENET.
Support EENET financially
- EENET runs on a very small annual budget. With more funding we could have an even greater impact on the development of inclusive education policy and practice in the South.
- How do other organisations support EENET?
- part-fund an edition of ‘Enabling Education Review’
- provide project grants for a specific publication or piece of research
- award unconditional grants to cover running costs
- join EENET's international NGO membership scheme
- use EENET's consultancy services.
- To find out about the above options, or to discuss other ideas, please contact us.