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An oft-quoted statistic is the World Health Organisation’s estimate that persons with disabilities account for 7-10% of the world’s population. This would imply that there are three to
Enabling Education Network’s 10-year Anniversary Newsletter. Issue 11, August 2007.
The purpose of this document is two-fold: to set out the key principles governing the education of children and young people with disabilities, and to provide a structure for reviewing
The “Deaf People and Human Rights” report is based on a survey that is, up until now, the largest knowledge database on the situation of Deaf people. The lives of
Template for a Case Study on Supporting Learners with Disabilities
Syria, like other countries in the area, has fought for so long to fulfill the needs of its citizens with special needs and in the best possible ways.
More than 300 participants representing 92 governments an 25 international organizations met in Salamanca, Spain, from 7 to 10 June 1994 to further the objective of Education for All by considering the fundamental policy shifts required
There is a lack of credible data on children with disabilities in developing nations, presenting an obstacle for rigorous research evaluation of policy interventions. Key questions to be addressed include
Embracing Diversity: Toolkit for Creating Inclusive, Learning-Friendly Environments, Specialized Booklet 3. Teaching Children with Disabilities in Inclusive Settings The UNESCO publication Embracing Diversity: Toolkit for Creating Inclusive, Learning-Friendly Environments (ILFE)