Online resource available from the website of the Interagency Network for Education in Emergencies. It has 6 sections: rebuilding for inclusiveness; towards full participation; gender equality; adult ex-combatants and child soldiers; children in especially difficult circumstances; persons with disability.
Inclusive Play: Practical strategies for working with children
This book makes practical suggestions and uses tried-and-tested approaches to show readers how to help children feel included and involved in play opportunities. Available from:
Paul Chapman Publishing
1 Oliver’s Yard
55 City Road
London, EC1Y 1SP, UK
Fax: +44 (0)20 7324 8600
Click here for an order form (pdf 187k)
Index for Inclusion: Developing learning, participation and play in early years and childcare
T.Booth, M.Ainscow, D.Kingston (2004)
A detailed set of materials to help support early years and childcare settings to increase the participation of all children and young people in learning and play.
New Redland, Frenchay Campus
Bristol BS16 1QU, UK
Fax: +44 (0)117 328 4005
Learning from Difference CD-ROM
A set of guidelines for practitioners wishing to use an action research approach for improving inclusion in education. The interactive CD-ROM includes further reading, photos, drawings, video clips. A printed version of the guidelines will be available at the end of 2005. Available from EENET
Disability Knowledge and Research (2005)
The discussions at this third ’roundtable’ meeting held in Cambodia aimed to increase participants’ understanding of inclusive education and its role in mainstreaming disability. The three days included a question and answer session with children from a local inclusive school as well as visits to schools for children with disabilities and mainstream schools. It was an opportunity for parents, teachers, government workers, disabled people’s organisations and donors to swap stories and see how they can work together.
Contact the Disability KaR Programme:
56-64 Leonard Street
London EC2A 4JX, UK
A collection of accounts by primary school teachers in Zambia about their struggles and successes in making their schools more inclusive. Due to the popularity of this document it has been reprinted in 2005.
Available in hard copy from EENET
Tape and Braille documents
EENET has produced Braille and audio cassette versions of newsletters 7 and 8, and the book ‘Schools for All’. Please note we have distributed most of our Braille newsletters already, but the other items are still available. We contracted the African Braille Centre in Kenya to produce the Braille newsletters. For information about their service, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or write to: ABC, PO Box 27715, Nairobi, Kenya.
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