Inclusion means people can play a full part in the life of their community as an equal citizen.
Advancing Inclusive Education: An Overview
David Towell shares an overview of national family association strategies for advancing inclusive education.
Centri Diurni Senza Mura
La Cooperativa Kara Bobowski is an Italian social enterprise who here share innovations from their work as part of the…
Advancing Inclusive Education in Spain
In the fourth of a new 5 part series, David Towell shares how Family Associations in Spain are working to advance…
Advancing Inclusive Education in Colombia
In the third of a new 5 part series, David Towell shares how Family Associations in Colombia are working to advance…
Genealogy of Person-Centred Planning
How activists aligned with people with developmental disabilities and their families in Canada, the US and the UK.
An Interview with Patrick Burke
Jan Walmsley interviews Patrick Burke about his experience as a leader and an advocate in the self-advocacy movement.
Advancing Inclusive Education in New Zealand
In the second of a new 5 part series, David Towell shares how Family Associations in New Zealand are working to advance…
Advancing Inclusive Education in Peru
In the first of a new 5 part series, David Towell shares how Family Associations in Peru are working to advance inclusive…
Volunteering and Inclusion
Les Papillons de Blancs Lille share how people with intellectual disabilities can be included in their communities…
Innovations in Inclusion from Rethymno
The Association of Parents and Friends of people with Autism of Rethymno in Crete share their innovative work to…
Celebrating Day Centres Without Walls
Jaunuolių Dienos Centras (JDC) hosted a conference in Lithuania sharing work and learning from partners in the Day…
Thinking about the causes of institutionalisation can also help us identify what should be the real focus of our…
IUCN World Conservation Congress
The IUCN World Conservation Congress is the largest gathering of conservation expertise globally, CN Ambassadors…
The Quiet Progress of the New Eugenics
Eugenics is now being legitimised through a mixture of policies including euthanasia, genetic testing and the…
An Easy Read guide plus film explaining the 4 different ways of funding your care and support and managing your Personal…
What Can We Do With Those Families?
Too often families are treated disrespectfully, even by those seeking to advance inclusion or person-centred work.
Avoiding Misconceptions When Designing Supports
We need to readjust our thinking to overcome the prejudices against disabled people built into the modern world.
A New Way Home
John Dalrymple and Frances Brown speak about their work with Radical Visions in Scotland and their guide A New Way Home.
Energy Impairment and Social Care
There are many people with energy limiting impairments and chronic illness who are either not getting social care or…
Staying Strong, Getting Stronger
Learning Disability England share their stories and the many creative things the learning disability community have…
Easy to Read Guide
This learning material is produced within the Erasmus project Puzzle – developing easy to read formats for…
The Power of Language
Language is powerful it can make or break people; this webinar examines the language that helps and encourages us to…
Los Maestros Como Líderes
Una breve guía para lograr una educación inclusiva y de calidad para todos.
Teachers As Leaders
A short guide to achieving inclusive and quality education for all.
Romance, Relationships and Rights
A performance by Canadian self-advocates confronting misconceptions about the right to romance and intimate…
DCWW Greece: Play Unified
Play Unified is a project to introduce inclusive practices into sports activities and link the Special Olympics…
DCWW Scotland: Innovations in Supported Employment
Values Into Action Scotland have been leading innovation in supported employment for two decades.
DCWW Italy: Connecting Communities
Kara Bobowski is a social co-operative which works to include disabled people and other groups needing support in the…
Citizenship: a chat with Plena Inclusión
In this film by Plena Inclusión Simon Duffy explains key concepts like the ideas of inclusion, self-directed support…
DCWW Lithuania: COVID-19 Challenge
What is the mission of a social worker in this situation? Jaunuolių dienos centras (JDC) in Lithuania share inspiring…
Basic Income and Independent Living
Basic income (UBI) could have major benefits for disabled people, but the independent living movement needs to be…
Jack Pearpoint, Lynda Kahn and Cathy Hollands have recently updated the Inclusion Press website and are keen to share…
Estrategias para la Transformación Escolar
David Towell comparte otras notas sobre el desarrollo de estrategias para lograr la transformación escolar desde…
12 Lecciones de América Latina
Stephanía Duarte Mora y David Towell exploran cómo las asociaciones familiares nacionales están promoviendo el…
Strategies for School Transformation
David Towell shares further notes on developing strategies for achieving school transformation from within.
12 Lessons from Latin America
Stephanía Duarte Mora and David Towell explore how national family associations are promoting educational change…
Learning Disability, Autism and Human Rights
A guide co-produced by the British Institute of Human Rights (BIHR), together with people who have learning…
Go Deep with Inclusion and Diversity
Facilitators, community leaders, politicians, community builders and activists put their heads and hearts…
Excluding Citizens with Disabilities from Voting
Matthew Potocnik describes the barriers created by the social care system in Australia to the active citizenship of…
Sharing stories for inclusion
In this film, Krystian Shaw talks about a business he started called The Kamloops Self-Advocate Newsletter.
Quip - a library
Quip work throughout the Czech Republic and internationally and have worked on many European projects.
Acting with integrity
Have you ever wondered about the lack of progress in human services?
Krystian’s Inclusion Story
My name is Krystian Shaw and I embrace inclusion and diverse abilities.
What is Inclusion?
An inspiring, thoughtful and funny presentation from Tim Keilty.
Films from the Centre for Inclusion and Citizenship
A series of films developed by the Centre for Inclusion and Citizenship.
Supporting People with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities
This guide provides key standards to improve the standards of support to people with profound and multiple learning…
A New Way Home
Frances Brown and John Dalrymple provide practical guidance on a personalised approach to leaving institutions.
Don't Cramp My Style
Simon Cramp's biography offers a real insight into a man with learning difficulties who has made a significant…