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Useful publications

A Training Module for Accelerated Learning
Save the Children, 2008
This guide gives a short introduction to accelerated learning principles and practices which can be used within the classroom in post conflict settings.
Available from EENET in PDF format.*

Children who have Disability in Early Childhood Care and Development Centres. A resource book for teachers
Save the Children in Sri Lanka, 2006
This practical book aims to provide teachers with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to enable them to include children with disabilities in their ECCD centres (pre-schools). It draws on the experiences of those ECCD centres in Sri Lanka that have already included disabled children.
Available from EENET in PDF format.*

Education in Emergencies: Including Everyone. INEE pocket guide to inclusive education
Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies, 2009
This quick reference guide is aimed at anyone working to provide, manage or support education services in emergencies – although it is also useful for readers who are not working in emergency situations. It outlines principles for an inclusive education approach in emergencies and provides advice for planning, implementing and monitoring.
Available from EENET in printed and PDF format.*

Inclusion Rwanda
Handicap International, 2008
The short film looks at the challenges faced by disabled learners and education professionals in Rwanda. Experiences are shared with 8 education professionals from the UK who took part in ‘Inclusion Rwanda’, an event organised by Handicap International (HI) to promote cross-cultural approaches to inclusive education. HI’s work in Rwanda encourages mainstream and special schools to work together to build a more inclusive education system.
DVD format, 22 mins.
Available from EENET.

Lessons Learnt for the Inclusive Education of Disabled Children in Cambodia
Handicap International, 2009
This document highlights learning from HI’s inclusive education work. It identifies strategies that have helped to increase the participation of disabled children in school, including interventions at the level of the individual, community and national education system.
Available on CD from EENET.

Promoting Social Inclusion and Respect for Diversity in the Early Years
Bernard van Leer Foundation
This edition of Early Childhood Matters (no.108, June 2008) deals with issues ranging from immigrant parents to indigenous communities, and includes insights from Albania, Israel, Nepal and Northern Ireland.
Available online at:

Steps Towards Learning: A guide to overcoming language barriers in children’s education
Save the Children, 2009
Many children around the world are expected to learn in a language they don’t understand, which affects their school performance. This guide offers evidence, arguments and practical steps to help stop language preventing children from learning. It is intended for anyone involved in education where children’s mother tongue is not used in school.
Available from EENET in printed and PDF format.*

Young Voices: Young people’s views of inclusive education
This booklet (advertised in the 2008 newsletter) is now available in Kiswahili (print and PDF format), French (PDF format) and in English Braille. The accompanying film is also now available in VHS format as well as the original DVD format.
Available from EENET.*

* These items will also be available on EENET’s relaunched website later in the year.

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