Useful Publications

 

Towards Responsive Schools: supporting better schooling for disadvantaged children (2000)
This new Save the Children publication examines how schooling links with poverty and social or political disadvantage. Case studies include community schools in India, kindergartens in Mongolia and education in refugee camps in Lebanon.
DFID Education Publications Despatch, PO Box 190, Sevenoaks, TN14 5SP, UK. Email:

Education for All: The Challenge of Universal Primary Education (2001)
Strategies for achieving the international development targets. DFID.

Disability, Poverty and Development (2000)
An issues paper
Department for International Development (DFID), 94 Victoria Street, London SW1E 5JL, UK. Email: Web: www.dfid.gov.uk

Meeting Special and Diverse Educational Needs: Making Inclusive Education a Reality (2000)
Hannu Savolainen, Heikki Kokkala, Hanna Alasuutari (eds). This book is based on the papers presented at the World Education Forum Strategy Session on Special Needs Education, which was facilitated by the Niilo Maki Institute, Finland.
Available free from: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland, The Department of International Development Co-operation, PO Box 176, 00161 Helsinki, Finland.

Working for Change in Education: A Handbook for Planning Advocacy (2000)
This handbook is for groups seeking to bring about improvements in the education provided for children, especially community groups, policy and research institutes and NGOs. SC's experience demonstrates that non governmental and other groups can have a greater influence on educational change if they have a well thought out advocacy strategy. Copies are available in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
ISBN: 1 84187 034 X
Price: £7.50 plus postage
Publications Sales, Save the Children, 17 Grove Lane, London, SE5 8RD, UK. Email:

Children's Rights: Equal Rights? Diversity, Difference and the Issue of Discrimination (1999)
This publication marks the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child by exploring its achievements and its failings.
ISBN: 2-940217-11-4
Price: £9.95 plus postage
Save the Children Publications, c/o Plymbridge Distributors Ltd, Estover road, Plymouth PL6 7PY. Fax: +44 (0)1752 202333. Email: Web: www.savethechildren.org.uk

It's Not Luck Anymore - It's Your Right.
This film tells disabled people about their rights under India's Persons with Disabilities Act. It is available in English, Tamil and Telegu and costs 250 Indian rupees.
ADD India, 4005 19th Cross, Banashankari, II Stage Extension, Bangalore 560 070, India. Tel: +91 80 676 5881 Tel/Fax: +91 80 676 2097. Email:

Street Children with Disabilities: Situation Analysis and Need Assessment, Dhaka City. (1999)
Centre for Services and Information on Disability in association with Save the Children (SC)-Sweden. Email:

Civil Rights, Law and Disabled Persons - Resource Kit No7 (2000)
Richard Light DAA, 11 Belgrave Road, London SW1V 1RB. Tel: +44 (0)20 7834 0477. Fax: +44 (0)20 7821 9539. Email: Web: www.daa.org.uk Available in French, English, Spanish, large print, ASCII on disc, English Braille and audiotape.

Background to Globalisation (2000)
This book will help activists and concerned people understand globalisation in simple terms. Centre for Education and Documentation (CED)
Email: (Bombay). Email: (Bangalore). Price: US$10 Rs 150


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