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Girls’ education technical package: theory of change (Save the Children)
This technical package outlines Save the Children’s global Theory of Change for Girls’ Education. It is designed as guidance for all Save the Children and partner staff
who are involved in girls’ education programming and advocacy.

Super better children for health
(Children for Health and Kelvin Nsekwila)
This health curriculum for young adolescents can be integrated into a school’s curriculum or taught as an extracurricular activity.

Inclusive participation toolbox (CBM)
This toolbox is a digital centre with resources for supporting the meaningful inclusion of persons with disabilities and organisations of persons with disabilities.

Talking to your deaf friends postcard and poster (Deaf Child Worldwide)
Some deaf people speak, some use sign language and some use both. This postcard and poster in eight languages can help you to learn more about how to communicate with your deaf friend.

Special issue of the journal on education in emergencies focused on education during pandemics Volume 8, number 3. The full list of articles can be found here: The special issue also includes EENET’s article on “Home learning for children in low-income contexts during a pandemic: an analysis of 2020 survey results from Syria and the Democratic Republic of the Congo”

Primary schooling for children with disabilities: a review of african scholarship
Nidhi Singal, Carrie Spenser and Rafael Mitchell
This study reviews articles published in peer reviewed journals between 2010 and 2018 listed in the African Education Research Database (AERD), to explore how the education of children with disabilities is understood and investigated within African education research.

Policy brief
Opportunities and challenges for disability-inclusive early childhood development in emergencies (Interagency Network for Education in Emergencies)
This brief advocates for and highlights the benefits of disability-inclusive Early Childhood Development in Emergencies (ECDiE). It includes examples of disability-inclusive ECDiE programming from around the world and provides recommendations for governments, donors, and programmers for more inclusive ECDiE.

MSF: Better representation of our diverse global workforce (MSF Norway)
In this video, Medecins Sans Frontiers aims to provide a better representation of their diverse global workforce as part of a communications strategy to address the harmful legacy of using “white saviour” images.

Chance for Childhood #OverExposed campaign
This campaign aims to reframe the thinking around using images of children for fundraising
purposes. The campaigners anticipate it will galvanise a sector-wide change in the way that organisations reflect on their own editorial standards.

Listen to Kanwal Singh’s insights into inclusive education in India in this podcast. Kanwal is former director of the Vishwas school and author of Hanging On: A Special Educator’s journey into inclusive education.