inclusive education

After struggling to send her daughter Lisette to an ordinary school, Christine Dufour founded the NGO "On souffle dans ton dos" to help children with disabilities to be included in mainstream school. Inclusion Europe met Christine Dufour who dares to believe that an inclusive society is more than a sweet dream. 
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Maria Alexandrova has become Bulgaria's first person with cerebral palsy to take the English Cambridge Test. Here is how she fights for inclusive education.
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Maria Alexandrova is an 18-year-old student, who lives with cerebral palsy. She has become Bulgaria’s first person with cerebral palsy to try and successfully take the English Cambridge Test. Here is how she fought for inclusive education. 
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We have just published the 2nd edition of Europe for us for 2020! Europe for us is our newsletter for self-advocates. It is written in easy-to-read.
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This year Inclusion Europe wants to talk about education. We created the ABCs of inclusive education to help you understand what inclusive education is.
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What if you learn more about inclusive education through the alphabet? As part of our campaign of 2020 focused on education, Inclusion Europe created the ABCs of inclusive education to help you understand what inclusive education is and what its benefits and challenges are.
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Inclusion Europe is publishing a briefing on the lack of education for children with intellectual disabilities in the Coronavirus emergency.
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We have just published the 1st edition of Europe for us for 2020! Europe for us is our newsletter for self-advocates. It is written in easy-to-read.
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Eirini Kareta is EU Programmes Manager at the British Council and one of the key organisers of the project “Inclusive Schools” (“InScool”, in short). We interviewed Ms. Kareta as part of our campaign of 2020 focused on inclusive education, motivated to learn more about the InScool project.
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At the end of his compulsory secondary education, Rafael Calderón was told that he wasn’t able to learn more. Now he has become the first Spanish person with Down Syndrome to obtain a professional degree in Music.
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