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Useful websites

The following are relevant and useful websites on the issue of inclusive education:

UNICEF, Europe and Central Asia Regional Inclusive Education Portal (link)

This website is designed to provide information regarding the work of UNICEF in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CEE/CIS) and its partners, particularly with regard to promoting and supporting Inclusive Education. The website contains a database of human and intellectual resources that have guided UNICEF CEE/CIS’s work on Inclusive Education (focusing on children with disabilities) and aims to provide information to all interested partners, in an easy and accessible format. This microsite further provides UNICEF and its partners with a forum to dialogue, share resources, collaborate and promote the development of education systems that are inclusive of each and every child.

Enabling Education Network (link)

EENET (Enabling Education Network) is an inclusive education information-sharing network based in the UK.  The site contains an extensive resource database with over 800 short articles, documents, posters, training manuals, videos, and many other resources from around the world.

UNESCO (link)

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation - Education for All website.

Links and Resources page of Inclusive Education Action Group (IEAG) (link)

A New Zealand organization that advocates for change in the education system through promoting knowledge, attitudes, policies, and practices that facilitate inclusive education. This page contains links to and resources of other inclusive education groups that are involved in advocacy for inclusive education.

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