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As part of the Erasmus Plus project, the project partners conducted four workshops with 70 Arabic-speaking tutors and trainers in Germany, Italy, Turkey and Sweden. Together they have developed a training concept and a training tool for teachers, educators and volunteers, which supports newly immigrated children with innovative pedagogical methods such as self-organized [...]

Latin America; Caribbean
The Spanish pdf document linked here lists all countries of Latin America and the Caribbean that ratified the "UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities" (CRPD). You will find the date of the signature and the date of the ratification - of the convention and the optional protocol. Countries that are not listed didn\'t sign the convention as of November 2017 [...]

Latin America
This English Wikipedia article is based on Chapter 3. "Inclusive Education 2030: Issues and implications for Latin America". In: Youth and changing realities. Rethinking secondary education in Latin America (2017). It gives a short overview over the following aspects of inclusive education in latin America: 1 Combining traditional programmes with new approaches 2 Focusing [...]

According to their ow statement, IMISCOE is "Europe\'s largest network of scholars in the area of migration and integration. The network involves 38 member institutes and over 500 scholars from all over Europe and focuses on comparative research, publications, the organization of events, PhD training and awards and communication. (...) Furthermore, the network publishes [...]

Although this text is in German, it also provides some interesting links to English information about inclusion in Turkey as well as links and names of important Turkish institutions in this field. The Google Translator translates well enough so that you can understand the basic facts and follow the interesting links and institutions on their own website. [Abstract: Editors of [...]

This Unesco and European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education project (2010-2011) was meant to contribute to the Millennium Development Goals. "The specific objective was to increase the institutional capacity of Yogyakarta provincial and district education authorities to implement and increase the quality of inclusive education in the province." The project site [...]

Fact Sheet of the International Labor Organization ILO (as of July 2013) on inclusion in Indonesia. You can find a somewhat newer version of the fact sheet (as of December 2013), but which has slightly less content. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

Article by Marjatta Takala, Raija Pirttimaa and Minna Törmänen, published in: British Journal of Special Education 36 (3) 2009. The article is based on a questionnaire sent to 133 special education teachers teaching in inclusive settings in mainstream education in Finland. The study describes their daily work and the problems they are confronted with. [Abstract: Editors of [...]

Finland; Kenya
Website of an Association for Swedish-speaking persons with intellectual disability in Finland. The English and Finnisch version only give a short overview over the work of the association. The Swedish version provides information on news, projects, events, ressources, links and more. The association furthermore has a project in Kenya with people with intellectual disabilities [...]

Fulltext of the Finnish Disability Policy Programme 2010-2015, dealing with issues of inclusion and equality. The document was published in 2010 by the Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs and Health. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

Summary of the development and current situation in the field of inclusion in Finland (1990ies to 2012). The summary is provided by the European Agency for Special Needs an Inclusive Education. The article was last modified on December 18, 2012. Please note that the original website is offline. Hence, the link provided here leads you to the webarchive and is a copy of [...]

Central America
This short report summarizes a regional seminar about "Public policies for inclusion and equity in Central America" that took place in Panama on 28 and 29 January 2015. International regional cooperations as well as national programes and projects of some Central American countries are mentioned in the summary. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

Guatemala; Malawi
The goal of the refie project was to explore the driving mechanisms of inclusion and exclusion in education. The research has been conducted using Guatemala (Central America) and Malawi (Southern Africa) as case studies. The website provides information on the reserach design and on first results. The projects was conducted by the Leibnitz University Hannover and the [...]

North America; Mexico; Guatemala; Belize; Costa Rica; El Salvador; Honduras; Nicaragua; Panama; Central America
The website Disabled World is an information site on disability that draws its information from websites all over the world. The sub-site on Central America provides short paragraphs about the situation of people with disabilities in the respective Central American countries. Furthermore, you will find links to online publications and other news from the region. [Abstract: [...]

North America; Mexico; Guatemala; Belize; Costa Rica; El Salvador; Honduras; Nicaragua; Panama; Central America
[Our link leads to an archived site as of 06.02.2015 as the organisation\'s new website doesn\'t provide info sorted regionally any more but sorted by subject. For current information please visit the original website] Disability Rights International aims at promoting the rights of people with disabilities internationally. Its sub-site on the Regional Office for Mexico and [...]

United States
The "Individuals with Disabilities Education Act" (IDEA) is a U.S. American federal statute that regulates the (right to) education of people (children) with disabilities in the United States.The first version of this statute was adopted in 1975 under the title "Education for All Handicapped Children Act (EAHCA)". The statute has been amended several times since then. The [...]

United States
This website of the U.S. department of Education provides the text of the law and additional information and materials to the Parts B and C of the "Individuals with Disabilities Education Act" (IDEA). Part B deals with Children and youth (ages 3-21), Part C with Infants and toddlers (birth-2). The website provides information on the implementation of the law, guidelines and [...]

The National Report Card on Inclusion is a short annual summary of the situation of people with intellectual disabilities in Canada. The respective reports have different foci, for example on inclusive education, work, poverty, family support, or children\'s rights. They are published by the Canadian Association for Community Living. Starting from 2011, there is also a French [...]

United States
On this page, the U.S. National Center for Education Statistics provides statistics for the following question: "What percentage of students with disabilities are educated in regular classrooms?" The page also provides further links to related statistics. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

Canada; international
The Canadian Research Centre on Inclusive Education is located at the Western University. Its website provides information on past and current research, publications, a newsletter, a journal on "Exceptionality Education International" with free articles (except the two most recent issues), information on events and more. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

Canada; international
The Inclusive Design Research Centre at OCAD University is doing research on design and disability. Many of their projects focus on the education area, especially e-learning / new technologies. You will find information on many projects, for example: Project Outside In (Skills Training Program for Youths) , Floe Project (flexible learning for open education), ATutor (Open [...]

Inclusive Education Canada provides information on inclusive education not only in Canada but worldwide. You will find publications, videos, information about projects and other things. The website furthermore provides a list of partner organisations working in the same field. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

Central America; North America; South America
This Wikipedia article provides a short summary of the "Inter-American Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Persons with Disabilities" adopted in 1999. The article furthermore offers links to the text of the concention in English, Spanish and Portuguese, as well as to a list of the participating countries and as to wether they have signed and [...]

Canada; Sweden
This 2013 issue of the journal Education Canada has a focus on inclusive education, especially in Higher Education. The articles are available for free. Table of contents (selection): * School Inclusion * Learning People Skills * The Role of the Resource Teacher in an Inclusive Setting * L’inclusion des clientèles émergentes * La clientèle émergente des [...]

Africa South of the Sahara; international
This report published on a United Nations website provides a short overview over official documents and commission on Human Rights issues in Africa with a focus on parts that may mention the rights of people with disabilities. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

The African Journal of Disability is available on the Internet for free. The first issue was published in 2012. It is the official journal of these three institutions: Center for Disability and Rehabilitation Studies (Ghana), African Network for Evidence-to-Action in Disability and Centre for Rehabilitation Studies (South Africa). The private South African company AOSIS [...]

AfriNEAD aims at improving the usefulness of research on disability in Africa for politics, interest groups, the society as a whole. Amongst others, the website provides information on the AfriNEAD Symposium, on activities, on developments (laws, integration, ...) in the field of disability. There are not many resources under "Research & Resources", but you will find a link to [...]

[This is a copy of the original website as of 01.04.2012. The original website is offline.] The link leads you to a list of signatures from African countries to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. It informs you about whether a country has signed the Convention and Protocol or not, and when. The list is probably based on the international list of [...]

West Africa; Mali; Togo; Burkina Faso; Niger; Sierre Leone; Senegal; Benin; Liberia
The portal PROADIPH ist run by currently 8 West African national organisations for people with disabilities. The portal provides very ample information and documentation (fulltexts) on legislation, research reports, projects, conferences, bibliographies, and much more in the respective countries. You will find written documents as well as audio and video material. [Abstract: [...]

Inclusion Africa is the regional member of Inclusion International. The NGO was establisehd in 2012 with headquarters in Kenya. It advocates for the inclusion and the rights of persons with disabilities in Africa. The website provides some background information on the aims and the activities of Inclusion Africa, as well as links to conferences, news and others. "Inclusion [...]

The African Disability Rights Yearbook is presented as an annual peer-reviewed journal. Contributions to the journal mainly come from scholars doing research on the rights of people with disbilities in Africa. The yearbook has 3 sections: (thematic) articles, country reports, and regional developments. The yearbook was first published in 2013 by the Centre for Human Rights, [...]

Africa; Southern Africa
The Africa Disability Alliance (ADA), formerly Secretariat of the African Decade of Persons with Disabilities (SADPD) until April 2014, is a pan-african agency that works to promote disability programming and policy implementation processes by working in partnership with the African Union (AU), governments, Civil Society and Continental / Regional and National Disabled [...]

"The African Decade of Persons with Disabilities (1999-2009) was adopted by the 35th Session of the OAU Assembly of Heads of State and Government held in Algiers, Algeria in July 1999. The 1st AU Conference of Ministers of Social Development, which convened in Windhoek, Namibia, 27-31 October 2012, extended the African Decade of Persons with Disabilities for the period [...]

Africa South of the Sahara; South Africa, Republic; international
The article provides a short overview over the development of international policy on the rights of persons with disabilities, then goes on to African and South African policy development. The article also provides a map of African countries having signed and ratified the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (probably as of 2012). The article was first [...]

Israel; Palestinian Autonomous Areas
This analyses of the special education situation of the Arab people living in Israel is only available in Hebrew. Nevertheless, the automatic Google-translation can give you some first ideas about the topic. At the end of the first page, you will find a table of contents leading to more chapters. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

Palestinian Autonomous Areas
The website of the Unesco Office in Ramallah provides a short overview over its activities and its programme for inclusive education. According to its goal of "Education for All - EFA" inclusion is not merely defined as including children with disabilities but as including all children "regardless of their gender, abilities, disabilities, backgrounds and circumstances". [...]

"Israel Unlimited" is a programme initiated in 2009 that aims at promoting the inclusion of people with disability in Israel. The programme is a partnership between the Israeli government, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) and the Ruderman Family Foundation. In this JDC press release of January 2013, you will find information on the expansion of the [...]

The Ruderman Family Foundation has offices in the USA and Israel. It aims at supporting the inclusion of (Jewish) people with disabilities. Here, we link to articles, programmes, Initiatives and more that deal with inclusion in the education sector. You will also find information on other organisations, projects etc. with whom Ruderman Family Foundation cooperates. [Abstract: [...]

Beit Issie Shapiro is one of the leading Israeli disabilities non-profit organizations, dealing with and supporting issues concerning persons with disabilities. "Since 2001, Beit Issie Shapiro has offered courses through the Inclusive University. This (...) program is given under the auspices of Beit Issie Shapiro’s Trump International Institute of Continuing Education in [...]

The Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute, which published this "Fact & Figures", is one of the most important centers for applied social research in Israel. One focus of their research is on disabilities. The "Facts & Figures" Report also includes a bibliography. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

Part two: *** This literature review is onyl available in Hebrew. Nevertheless, the automatic Google-translation (for part 1 and part 2) can give you some first ideas about the topic. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

[This is a copy of the original website as of 01.08.2014. The original website is offline.] This is a bibliography on the issue of inclusion of children with special needs in regular (educational) settings in Israel. The titles documented run from 1985 to 1994. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

With that extract from her dissertation in 2006, Kyrini Fotopoulou shows which major points have to be discussed when thinking about inclusion in a Greek context. She is not just analysing the term \'inclusion\' itself but gives an insight in the legal framework, educational policy and reality. Furthermore, she makes proposals for reform and gives a conclusion.[Abstract: [...]

Europe; France; Germany; Hungary; Italy; Netherlands; Poland; Slovenia; Spain; Sweden; United Kingdom
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IEA is a project of UNESCO in co-operation with the European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education. The website provides the fulltext of the "UNESCO policy guidelines on inclusion in education" in different languages, a glossary and abbreviation list for concepts and termes in the field of inclusion, as well as Best Practice examples from different continents, for [...]

Norway; United Kingdom; Czech Republic; Malaysia; international; Europe; South Africa, Republic
In cooperation with a university in Norway and one in the Czech Republic, the University of Roehampton (London, UK) offers an Erasmus Mundus Master in Special and Inclusive Education from a European and international perspective. During the 16 months period of the programme, students will study a few months at each of the three universities. In the remaining 6 months, and [...]

Website of a research cooperation funded by EU on inclusion and social cohesion. Includ-ed ran from 2006 to 2011. Research centre from 14 countries participated. The website provides information on the research topics, on results, conferences, researchers and more. Unfortunately, many fulltexts under "results" are not availably anymore. You will still find the fulltexts of [...]

Europe; Belgium; Denmark; Estonia; Italy; Portugal; Turkey; United Kingdom
SENnet is a network for Special Educational Needs. It is funded by the European Union and co-ordinated by European Schoolnet. Under the category "resources", the website provides reports and case studies (partly as a video and from different countries), a list of digital learning resources for use in sepcial needs education, and materials and online courses (webinars) for [...]

Recommendations from the Lifelong Learning Programme Inclusion (European Union) which ran from 2010 to 2012. Unfortunately, the only thing left of the original project website is a copy of the front page from the internet archive as of 15.02.2015. You can also find a Verlinkter Text>youtube channel with some videos. Amongst others, the [...]

European Network on Inclusive Education & Disability is co-financed by the European Social Fund and has a focus on employability and working inclusion. The website provides a database of experts and organisations having a focus on inclusion in Europe. Furthermore, you will find Good Practice Examples, information on the activities of the network, links to other networks and [...]

Informational website of the European Commission about the European Disability Strategy 2010-2020. You will find background information as well as links to the official documents of the strategies of 2004-2010 (sometimes also declared as 2003-2010) and 2010-2020. Furthermore, an short summary is given of the 8 priority areas of the strategy. [Abstract: Editors of Education [...]

The website provides some articles from volume 1 and 2 for free, as well as the table of contents of all volumes of the yearbook published hitherto. senior analysts and academics review important developments regarding disability law and policy, at European level as well as for each member country of the EU respectively. The European Yearbook for Disability Law is part of a [...]

Europe; international
The "European Educational Research Association" (EERA) has several networks, amongst others the network 4 "Inclusive Education" which brings together European researchers working on inclusion in an international perspective. The network organises conference sessions together with other thematically close networks. Their website furthermore provides some literature information. [...]

DPI was established in 1981 and according to their own statement, it "continues to be the world\'s ONLY cross-disability Global Disabled People\'s Organization (DPO)". DPI\'s focus is on Youth, Women, Post 2015 Development Agenda, Neglected Regions, Universal Periodic Review, World Bank Safeguards. You will find a lot of reports, information on projects, official documents and [...]

international; Switzerland; Canada; Spain; Italy; France
LISIS is a francophone international research group working on inclusion in schools. It was established by Haute Ecole Pédagogique Vaud (Switzerland) and Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR) (Canada). Researcher from France, Spain and Italy are also participating in LISIS. Their website provides information on their research foci and research groups, on [...]

international; Africa; Asia; Europe; Latin America; Arab States; Pacific Rim; North America; Caribbean
[This is a copy of the original website as of 16.05.2015. The original website is offline.] This website of the International Bureau of Education (IBE) of the Unesco provides regional (continental) and country specific reports on the status of inclusive education. On the right hand side, you will find further links to websites, publications, events, multimedia and more). [...]

In 2011, the World Bank and the Whorld Health Organisation (WHO) published the first report on disability, against the background of the UN Convention on Rights of People with Disabilities (UN-CRPD). The report is accessible in various languages and formats, including easy-to-read and DAISY format. It can also be accessed by chapters, e.g. chapter 7 focuses on education [...]

"The 66th World Health Assembly held in May 2013 adopted a resolution calling for better health care for people with disabilities and requesting the WHO Director-General to prepare a comprehensive WHO action plan in consultation with United Nations organizations and Member States. It was noted that the plan should be based on the recommendations of the World report on [...]

The theme of the UNESCO International Conference on Education 2008 was inclusive education. The website provides national reports on the development of inclusive education in the particpating countries, a final report, conclusions and recommendations, presentations, national reports and messages of the ministers. The conference "is a major international forum for education [...]

The Salamanca Statement was a result of the "World Conference on Special Needs Education: Access and Quality, Salamanca, Spain, 7-10 June 1994". It is a major international policy document, outlining the global consensus on the needs for educational reform and the policies and strategies needed to include disabled children in the education system. The document is available [...]

The Österreichische Fachverband für Deutsch als Fremdsprache/Zweitsprache (ÖDaF) is a network and forum for its members and for anyone who is interested in the field of German as a foreign language (´Deutsch als Fremdsprache´, DaF) or German as a second language (´Deutsch als Zweitsprache´, DaZ). On ÖDaF´s web page, information can be found concerning club activities, [...]

The abbreviation bidok stands for disability, inclusion, documentation. bidok is a web project researching into integrative/ inclusive education and disability studies at the Institut für Erziehungswissenschaften, University of Innsbruck. Its main task is making specialist journal articles accessible in the full text library. Since bidok makes full texts available (and not [...]

Interkulturelles Zentrum (IZ) is an independent non-profit organisation based in Vienna/Austria aiming at the enhancement of intercultural relations both on national and international level. IZ promotes the development of communication between people of different cultural origin and educates people to carry out practical, intercultural work. Since 1987 IZ has been supporting [...]

international; Ireland
The School of Education has a focus on the following topics: * Sports Studies and Physical Education (SSPE) Home * Early Years and Childhood Studies Section * Science Education Section * PDE (Post-Primary Teaching) * Postgraduate Diploma in Special Education Needs (SEN) There are currentlich three bigger research projects: * Multiple [...]

Bolivia; Argentina
The University Extension Network: Univerisities towards the Integration of Frontiers (REUNIF) is a non-profit organisation founded by the Argentinian universities Universidad Nacional de Jujuy and Universidad Nacional de Salta as well as the Bolivian university Universidad Autónoma de Juan Misael Saracho de Bolivia. It is a dynamic network of the universities of Argentina [...]

Established in 1954, CIFE is a private non-profit-making international organisation which includes several European studies courses as well as conferences, seminars and publications. The programmes of the Centre international de formation européenne (CIFE) encompass educational and research activities concerning European integration, federalism, regionalism and changes within [...]

Buea school for the Deaf is a boarding school for deaf children. It was opened in 2003 and placed under the authorisation of the Ministry of Social Affairs. Its objectives are to provide formal education programs that foster the moral, intellectual, physical and social development of deaf children and youths, to promote the effective integration of deaf children and youths [...]

United States
The CIS is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit research organization founded in 1985. It is the nation`s think tank devoted exclusively to research and policy analysis of the economic, social, demographic, fiscal, and other impacts of immigration on the United States. It is the Center´s mission to expand the base of public knowledge and understanding of the need for an [...]

The Austrian Institute for Adult Education is a research and development organisation and a consulting agency focusing on adult education and lifelong learning. The focuses of its activities include: regionalisation of education (learning regions); general aspects of adult education such as environmental education, political education, health education, etc.; developing [...]

The EIF purposes scientific research and teaching in the field of intercultural and interreligious encounters and relations, primarily in the frame of European integration. The aim of EIF is to prepare, to realize, to analyze and to procure scientific research projects and studies as well as regular expert conferences and education events which relate especially to fields of [...]

The "European Network for Education and Training e.V.", shortly EUNET, is a network for European educational-facilities. The network consists of Non-Governmental-Organisations that inform, educate or in any other way spreads the European Idea to teenagers and adults. EUNET has the goal to intensify the experience-exchange, to increase the quality of the offers, to [...]

Inclusion Europe is a European association that campaigns for the rights and interests of people with intellectual disabilities and their families throughout Europe. Inclusion Europe is also a member of Inclusion International. The website provides information on the legal situation in the respective European countries, on political developements, or on their own projects, [...]

Tajikistan; Kazakhstan; Kyrgyzstan
This OECD publication published in 2009 reviews the current state of education policies for children with special education needs and those with disabilities in Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, and Tajikistan. It offers an overview of the respective country backgrounds, education systems and relevant legislation, and takes a critical look at access to education for what is [...]

The UNESCO International Bureau of Integration in 2007 carried out a workshop on Inclusive Education in Eastern and Southeastern Europe. The full text summarizes the results for Moldova. The first part presents the Moldovian discourse on Inclusive Education. The second part presents Inclusive Policies and Strategies, wheras the third part describes corresponding examples and [...]

The EVBB (Reg. Ass.) is a European umbrella association of independent and non-profit vocational training institutes. Its aim is the qualitative improvement of vocational training in European countries and an intensification of European training efforts. Detailed aims are: to enhance the competitive strength of training institutes and promote the further qualification of their [...]

United States
The ECTA Center supports the national implementation of the early childhood provisions (1-5 years) of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. This is done by transferring knowledge about early childhood research, practices that work, and policies to assist states and their stakeholders to accomplish goals and plans for systems change.

The Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training ( ADCET) is a web based information source that provides information about inclusive teaching, learning and assessment strategies, accommodations and support services for people with disabilities. Its aim is to encourage equitable, inclusive access to post secondary education and training for people with [...]

The Commission helps to meet the demand for an adequate number of professionals working in different fields related to disability, doing work that is supported by applied, scientific research. For instance, there is a training and research programme named PEKTUR for people with disabilities and their families, other concerned individuals, practitioners, administrators, policy [...]

AIATSIS is an independent Commonwealth Government statutory authority devoted to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies. It is Australia's premier institution for information about the cultures and lifestyles of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The website offers access the catalogue of audiovisual archives and the library as well as research information.

Since the French law for equality of opportunities and rights (2005), the Promotion of school integration of disabled children increased. The website presents various texts, statements and political declarations concerning this issue, the texts of legal prescriptions, reports and dossiers, references to publications and multimedia resources and a link list.

Northern Ireland; United Kingdom
NICIE was established in 1987 with the aim to co-ordinate efforts to develop integrated education and to assist parent groups in opening new integrated schools. On the site there is information on integrated education in Northern Ireland and a directory of related schools.

Tambartun is working with visually impaired children, youths and adults in 180 local authority areas in Norway. The aims are to establish services to contribute to the fulfillment of the needs of each individual child in their local school and home environment; to gather and distribute information in the field of visual impairment. The homepage informs about research and [...]

This website provides information on the development of the research centre, its statute and its main tasks. In January 1999 the Chair of Educational Policy was set up in this educational institutions. It carries out both research and continuing education.Courses concerning education (educational policy, educational economics and management of educational system) are carried [...]

Europe; Austria; Belgium; Cyprus; Czech Republic; Denmark; Estonia; Finland; France; Germany; Greece; Hungary; Iceland; Ireland; Italy; Latvia; Lithuania; Luxemburg; Malta; Netherlands; Norway; Poland; Portugal; Slovenia; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; United Kingdom; England; Scotland; Wales
The European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education provides national overviews of special needs education in numerous European countries. The information includes the following topics: legal system, financing, identification of special educational needs, special needs education within the education system, teacher training, - basic and specialist teacher training, [...]

Europe; Belgium
The College of Europe is a unique and innovative postgraduate institute specialising in European education and training, which it has been pioneering at its Bruges campus since 1949, and since 1994 also at its campus at Natolin, Warsaw. Intensive programmes are offered in European integration issues. At Natolin issues relating to economic, legal and political transition and [...]

The main objective of the agency is to work towards the creation of a coherent and permanent framework for extended European co- operation in the field of special needs education. Its main tasks are to collect, process and distribute information about new and innovative measures in the field of special needs education as well as to initiate research and distribute research [...]

United Kingdom
"ALLFIE is an organisation of disabled people, parents and disabled children and their allies, campaigning for an to compulsary segregation in the education system". The site offers addresses, literature and an electronic journal.

United Kingdom
"CSIE is an independent organisation working towards the inclusion of all children with disabilities or learning difficulties in mainstream schools , as well as lobbying and networking. The website on inclusive education contains links, publications, legal information

Special education deals with particular educational situations of children, adolescents and adults, who experience long-term difficulties in their development education and formation. The Departement and the affiliated Institute of Special Education meet the challenge of these issues in practice, research and theory.

SNOW is the branch of the Inclusive Design Research Centre at OCAD University that focuses on inclusive education and learning. Our goal is to provide information and training for educators, parents and students with disabilities on technologies for learning both in and out of the classroom as well as promote understanding of inclusive practices. Our resources are free [...]

Homepage of the Association for the Promotion of Projects in Information Technics for Handicapped. ASPHI regards itself as a competence center for the application of information technics and telematics with the aim of integration of handicapped and disadvantaged in school, at work and in the social surroundings.

United States
The Office of Special Education and and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS), a unit of the U.S. Department of Education, offers a an overview on support programmes that assist in educating children with special needs, in the rehabilitation of youth and adults with disabilities, and supports research to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities. The website also provides a [...]

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