Useful publications

Research

Education transition for children with disabilities in Armenia. Research report.
Bridge of Hope, Armenia, 2015
This report documents information collected through focus group discussions among teachers, parents and children/youth with disabilities and interviews with education experts and policy-makers. The information focuses on policies and practices around transition from one level of education to another for children with disabilities and special educational needs. Recommendations are made for Armenia, but will have relevance to many other countries. As part of the same project, a summary advocacy poster around inclusive transition will be available in early 2016. Available online at: http://bit.ly/eer4-pub1. Contact EENET for the Word version or a print-out.

Advocacy

Towards a Disability Inclusive Education. Background paper for the Oslo Summit on Education for Development
Prepared by an expert group on disability led by Ann-Marit Sæbønes, 2015
As preparation for the Oslo Summit (‘Addressing the Unfinished Agenda – Delivering Quality Education for All’), July 2015, the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs asked an expert group to prepare a paper on mainstreaming disability in education. The paper covers: investment in education, quality of learning, education in emergencies and girls’ education. Available online: http://bit.ly/eer4-pub2

Submission to the Committee for the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Day of General Discussion on Article 24: Education
International Disability and Development Consortium, 2015
This short paper summarises key issues for the UNCRPD Committee to consider when developing its new ‘General Comment’ on Article 24: Education. The issues are: legislation, quality education, teacher education, specialist support, reasonable accommodation and accessibility, and financing and donors. The key points raised here offer a useful framework for organisations and states wishing to reflect on their own country’s progress towards implementing Article 24. The paper is available online at: http://bit.ly/eer4-pub3. Approximately 80 submissions to the Committee can be found at: http://bit.ly/eer4-pub4

Agenda 2030. Sustainable Development Goals. Easy Read Version.
International Disability Alliance and International Disability and Development Consortium, 2015
IDA and IDDC have created an easy-to-read summary of the new Sustainable Development Goals. The guide includes disability-inclusive images. It is ideal for using in advocacy to raise awareness of the SDGs. Available online at:http://bit.ly/eer4-pub5

Enabling Education Review. Special Edition: Inclusive Education Advocacy
EENET, 2015
EENET produced an extra edition of EER in 2015 that documented case studies of advocacy on inclusive education. The edition sought to provide practical examples of the processes for advocacy, rather than just examples of the messages used in advocacy. Case studies from Afghanistan, Armenia, Indonesia, Palestine and Tajikistan are included. Available online: http://bit.ly/eer4-pub6. Contact EENET for printed copies.

Guidelines

Inclusive Education Video Catalogue: Using videos effectively
EENET, 2015
In 2014 EENET compiled a catalogue of videos about inclusive education from diverse sources. Often videos are used during workshops and training courses to fill gaps, or just as a resource for participants to watch. This guide encourages and helps facilitators to use videos more actively as a stimulus for reflection and debate. Available online at: http://bit.ly/eer4-pub7. Contact EENET for printed copies. The video catalogue can be found online at: http://bit.ly/eer4-pub8


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