Inclusive Education

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Education is key in allowing each of us to reach our human potential and is the first step in developing an inclusive society. Article 24 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UN CRPD) fully recognises the rights of persons with disabilities to education, without discrimination. Therefore the provision and facilitation of inclusive education opportunities is a crucial part of the work of specialised and mainstream service providers.

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10 Best Practices in Employment Support for People with Disabilities EASPD 2013

by Veneta Kuyova - Thursday, 4 January 2018, 12:22 PM

This booklet presents 10 models of best practice in promoting employment and career opportunities for people with disabilities within the framework of UN CRPD Article 27 collected by EASPD as part of the Employment for All Award and conference organised in September 2013.




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Инклузија на учениците со аутистичен спектар на нарушувања

by Admin EASPD - Friday, 12 April 2019, 9:45 AM


The focus of this article is the successful inclusion of students with an Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in regular schools. It is a great challenge and an inexhaustible source of research and scientific discussion for everyone involved in this extremely complex process. Personal attitudes, behaviour and profession-Inheritance, both to teachers and to the professional team, are vital in the process of inclusion in general, even with students with ASD.


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