There are 25 resources from Canada.
Inclusive Education Lessons From Canada
Drawing out the lessons from New Brunswick's long-term commitment to inclusive education.
The Need for Roots
A series highlighting ideas and practices that intentionally seek to co-create a world where everyone matters.
Genealogy of Person-Centred Planning
How activists aligned with people with developmental disabilities and their families in Canada, the US and the UK.
The Quiet Progress of the New Eugenics
Eugenics is now being legitimised through a mixture of policies including euthanasia, genetic testing and the…
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…
Caregiving: A Puzzling Problem
Beverley Smith explores the perverse way in which care is undervalued, discounted and the perverse policies which…
The Upstream Response to COVID-19
Dr Simon Duffy sets out some key principles to guide local communities as they develop their response to the COVID-19…
A global force for change
Citizen Network is a global non-profit cooperative movement, formed to create a world where everyone matters.
Lynn Breedlove observes the competing conceptions of self-directed support emerging around the world.
How Are the Children?
Are we achieving the goals set out in 1989 by the UN in The Convention on the Rights of the Child?
Making elections accessible for people with intellectual disabilities.
A creative collective
PotteryWorks is a studio and gallery in New Westminster, British Columbia sponsored by the Community Living Society.
Sharing stories for inclusion
In this film, Krystian Shaw talks about a business he started called The Kamloops Self-Advocate Newsletter.
Introducing Studio 73
Studio 73 is a social enterprise in Newton, British Columbia that produces handcrafted artwork.
Kamloops Self-Advocate Newsletter
Krystian Shaw is an inspiring person with a learning disability. Here he explains the work he is doing for inclusion and…
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 does it mean to be a citizen?
Here are 5 simple behaviours each of us can engage in everyday to promote citizenship and belonging in our communities…
Promoviendo la educación inclusiva
Este último folleto usa el ejemplo de la provincia canadiense de Nueva Brunswick para ofrecer un marco para…
Progress on Personalised Support
This report builds on an international survey of support organisations to develop a model of personalised support on…
Advancing Inclusive Education
Gordon Porter and David Towell offer a framework for transforming public education systems so as to provide inclusive…
Films from Claiming Full Citizenship
Take a look at this great set of films addressing citizenship from a variety of perspectives.
Claiming Full Citizenship
The Centre for Inclusion and Citizenship has created a website hosting a series of films following the Claiming Full…