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Enbabling Education Review

EER 11

This edition focuses on education in the new normal. It includes articles from: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, England, Gaza, Ukraine, Iraq, Kenya, Malawi, Somalia, and Uganda.

EER 10

This edition focuses on home learning. It includes articles from: Bangladesh, England, Kenya, Malaysia, the Philippines, Spain, Syria, and Taiwan.


This edition focuses on inclusive early childhood development and education. It includes articles from: England, eSwatini, Kenya, Malawi, Morocco, Nigeria, Rwanda, Uganda, Vietnam, and Zambia.


Parents, caregivers, family and community members have multiple very important roles to play in the development of more inclusive education systems. Whether we work in schools, governments or NGOs, we need to ensure we are placing these stakeholders at the heart of our efforts to improve education. Articles feature: Afghanistan, Bulgaria, Ghana, India, Kenya, Malawi, Malaysia, Morocco, Pakistan, Palestine, Trinidad and Tobago, UK, and the USA.


Youth Takeover edition, written and edited by children and young people aged 7-25. Featuring contributions from: Armenia, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, UK, Ukraine, USA, Zambia, Zanzibar.


Edition focusing on inclusive education in emergencies. Selection of articles from Afghanistan, Egypt, France, Haiti, Kenya, Palestine, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Syria, Uganda, and the UK.


Selection of articles from Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Germany, India, Maldives, Namibia, Nigeria, Palestine, Rwanda, Trinidad and Tobago, Zanzibar, and Zimbabwe.

EER Special Issue: Inclusive Education Advocacy

Selection of articles about inclusive education advocacy in Afghanistan, Armenia, Indonesia, Palestine and Tajikistan.


Selection of articles on the theme of ‘inclusive education: beyond schools’. Articles from Afghanistan, Kenya, Malawi, South Sudan, Uganda, UK, and Zanzibar.


Selection of articles on the theme of ‘inclusive education and disability’. Articles from Bulgaria, Burundi, Cameroon, China, Ghana, India, Iraq, Malaysia, Moldova, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, and Togo.


Selection of articles from Bangladesh, Cameroon, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Macedonia, and Zambia.

Enabling Education

EE 14

Includes a special section of articles on water, sanitation and hygiene in schools. Articles from Bangladesh, England, Ethiopia, Germany, Indonesia, Kenya, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, Thailand, and Uganda.

EE 13

Selection of articles from Armenia, Australia, England, Kyrgyzstan, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Nepal, Niger, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Tanzania, Trinidad and Tobago.

EE 12

Includes a selection of articles on the theme of language and inclusive education. Articles from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, China, Namibia, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, and Vietnam.

EE 11

10th anniversary edition, with a selection of articles from Afghanistan, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burma, England, Indonesia, Liberia, Nigeria, and Thailand.

EE 10

Selection of articles on the theme of teacher education and inclusion. Articles from Burkina Faso, Chile, England, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Mozambique, Palestine, Papua New Guinea, South Africa, The Bahamas, The Gambia, Uganda, and Yemen.

EE 9

Articles from Cambodia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Serbia, the South Pacific, Thailand, and Zambia.

EE 8

Selection of articles from Kenya, Mongolia, St Lucia, Tanzania, Vietnam. Also articles looking at ‘Salamanca 10 years on’.

EE 7

Selection of articles from Bangladesh, Colombia, China, India, and Rwanda.


EENET introductory leaflet

A4 size, three-fold leaflet which introduces EENET’s work and includes a diagram summarising our Theory of Change.

Every child needs a well-trained, inclusive teacher

A4 size, three-fold advocacy leaflet, featuring a diagram that summarises ‘five strategies to help train, recruit and support teachers for inclusion’.


Home learning

Double-sided A2 poster. Aimed at parents, caregivers, families and learners. Provides fun, colourful illustrations and short messages reminding us about the many different – and valuable – ways that children and young people of all backgrounds and abilities learn at home and in the community. The focus is on low-stress and low-cost learning. More detailed suggestions for how to support learning at home are written on the back of the poster.





Inclusive Transition

Poster summarizing some of the challenges and solutions regarding the inclusive transition of learners between grades/levels of education. A2 size poster.







Une éducation inclusive de qualité pour en finir avec l’exclusion

Poster summarizing key quality indicators for inclusive education (French version) Published by International Disability and Development Consortium, 2013


Teachers can help everyone learn poster

A1 size poster with simple ideas for things teachers can do to make their schools/classes more inclusive. Published by Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies in 2011


Home Learning Activities

This spiral-bound booklet contains 34 fun activities that can help families support children’s learning at home. The activities are suitable for children of diverse ages and abilities, and most of the activities require few or no resources other than items that can be found around the home.



Supporting learning at home in the early years: a booklet of ideas and activities

This booklet provides home learning activities adapted to the needs of very young learners. It joins the EENET/NAD package of materials that includes the original home learning poster and activity booklet.

Inclusive Beginnings: A video-based training resource for early childhood educators

This ring binder contains documents that accompany EENET’s 2 training videos on inclusive practice in early childhood development and education and inclusive transition. The documents are:
  • Introduction
  • Inclusive practice in early childhood development and education (trainer’s manual)
  • Inclusive transition (trainer’s manual)
  • A guide to using the videos for advocacy.
You can also order a USB flashdrive that contains the videos and electronic versions of the manuals.

EENET’s inclusive education training videos on flash drive

This USB flash drive holds 2 complete video-based trainings. It contains the videos, subtitles and trainer’s manuals, plus free media player software for any users who need it. The 2 training packages are:

  1. An Inclusive Day: Building foundations for learner-centred, inclusive education This is a set of 10 short videos to support teachers with developing foundational skills for inclusive education.
  2. Inclusive Beginnings: This resource has 2 videos, one on inclusive practice in early childhood development and education; the other focuses on inclusive transition.

The flash drive also contains loads of other EENET documents to fill the space!

Enabling Education Activity Booklet. Activities to use with children and young people, based on Enabling Education Review Youth Takeover Edition

The guide suggests how to use the articles and pictures in the ‘youth takeover’ edition of EER to stimulate discussions about education and inclusion with children and young people. It is aimed at teachers, those who facilitate and supervise learning and recreational activities within and outside school, parents, and young people who support other young people in education.

Innovation in Inclusive Education Teacher Training. Sharing our Experiences.

This briefing paper answers frequently asked questions about the inclusive education teacher training approach that EENET has developed in collaboration with Norwegian Association of Disabled.

A Continuum for Inclusion: Home learning, education transition, and inclusive school-based learning

These short case studies from Zambia, Zanzibar, Ukraine, Uganda, eSwatini and Armenia were collected during the COVID-19 pandemic. They show the challenges of – and connections between – home learning, education transitions and making education more inclusive for all.

Sightsavers’ Inclusive Education Work in Bangladesh

This document provides a brief overview of Sightsavers’ work on inclusive education in Bangladesh.
Published by Sightsavers, 2010

Schools for All: Including disabled children in education

A foundational inclusive education guide from Save the Children. While published in 2002, it remains a useful guide.



Researching our Experience

A collection of reflective accounts written by Zambian teachers who participated in a two-year action research project. Published by EENET, 2003

Inclusive Education Video Catalogue: Using videos effectively

This guide provides facilitators with advice for using videos more effectively to stimulate reflection and promote discussions.

Time to stop polishing the brass on the Titanic: Moving beyond ‘quick-and-dirty’ teacher education for inclusion, towards sustainable theories of change

This article was published in the International Journal of Inclusive Education. It discusses common problems with inclusive education teacher training and presents alternative approaches, including the Zambia and Zanzibar project case study.

Young Voices in Inclusive Education. A guide to help young researchers conduct action research with peers and younger children

This guide is for use with teenagers and young people. It helps them learn about participatory action research approaches they can use with their peers and with younger children to enable them to share their experiences of education and ideas for improving their schools.

Young Voices: Young people’s views of inclusive education

A collection of photos taken and described by children and young people with and without disabilities in Uganda and Tanzania.



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