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Schools for All.pdf

Poster
Added: 2010-10-18 16:52


Special Education Needs For Africa.pdf

Added: 2010-10-18 16:50


Culture and Disability.doc

An analysis on inclusive education based on African folklore
Added: 2010-10-18 16:19


Education For All.pdf

A DCDD Publication about education for all.
Added: 2010-10-18 16:14

 
The Rights of Children With Disabilities - 2010-10-18
  UN Committee on the Rights of the Child Theme Day October 6th 1997 Disabled Children's Right to Inclusion Sue Stubbs, Disability Advisor, Save the Children This presentation will highlight some of the key issues relating to the inclusion of disabled children based on the experience of the Save the Children Alliance of international... more

The Enable Programme - 2010-10-18
"We never applied to become disabled" In working towards a society for all, the ENABLE Programme creates inclusive barrier-free Education, Training and Development programmes for physically challenged learners. These programmes empower learners with Adult Basic Education (ABE), life skills and work skills, thus promoting independence a... more

Talking point: Disability, inclusion and education - 2010-10-18
 In August 2005 a meeting will take place at the United Nations in New York to discuss the Draft Convention on the 'Promotion and Protection of the Rights and Dignity of Persons with Disabilities'. Article 17 proposes that children should have the right to segregated education. This challenges the possibility of ensuring a universal ... more

Our Voice Is Heard At Last - 2010-10-18
Rachel Hurst sent us this report from Geneva. "I am Chantal Rex. I am a 17 year old disabled youth representing South Africa." "I am Pearl Makutuone. I am a deaf youth from Soweto in Johannesburg." With these opening words the two young girls gave the very first formal presentation by children themselves to the UN Committ... more

Disabled Children's Rights - An Advocacy Tool - 2010-10-18
Peter Coleridge Every Article of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) applies to all children, without exception. Or so the theory goes. However, we can never assume that initiatives to improve childrens rights automatically bring benefits to the most marginalised children. In order to raise awareness of the rights of one such grou... more

Disabled Children's Rights - 2010-10-18
By Susie Miles Introduction Lessons learnt from the experience of implementing community based disability programmes in southern Africa have potential relevance for other types of community development work with which Save the Children Fund (SCF) is involved. It is argued in this paper that the disability work in southern Africa has gone furt... more

Disability as a Catalyst for Sustainable Development - 2010-10-18
By Susie Miles Introduction Lessons learnt from the experience of implementing community based disability programmes in southern Africa have potential relevance for other types of community development work with which Save the Children Fund (SCF) is involved. It is argued in this paper that the disability work in southern Africa has gone furt... more

Changing Perspectives of Education - 2010-10-18
ICEVI-DbI Joint Asian Conference February 8 - 12, 2000 Ahmedabad, India Changing Perspectives of Education By WILLIAM G BROHIER Immediate Past President, International Council for Education Of People with Visual Impairment & Co-ordinator, Education & Rehabilitation of Visually Impaired Persons, Interdisciplinary Advisory Committee, ... more

Breaking The Silence - 2010-10-18
The Centre for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (CAAC) is an inter-faculty centre aimed at improving the quality of life for all individuals with severe disabilities and the persons working with them including teachers, therapists and parents. The establishment of the CAAC was initiated by Interface, which is a local association for per... more

DICAG 2001 - 2010-10-18
"We have begun to actively seek the views of disabled learners themselves. At a recent workshop� many children with cerebral palsy and other disabilities expressed their dreams and ambitions." "We experience an on-going tension between our dual approaches of advocacy and development. We experience a continuous s... more


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