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Every Learner Matters: Unpacking the Learning Crisis for Children with Disabilities

This blog was written by Charlotte McClain-Nhlapo, Global Disability Advisor for the World Bank Group; Ola Abu Alghaib, Director of Global Influencing and Research for Leonard Cheshire; and Ruchi Singh, Disability-Inclusive Education Consultant with the World Bank Group. The authors will be running a Symposium at the September 2019 UKFIET conference on inclusive education systems […]

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Conference Workshops

Following the success of workshops at our 2017 conference,  we have continued to offer them again this time. Due to the format of these sessions  places are limited.  Booking is available from 13 September via the conference  App –there is a link in the programme for the session, there will also be sign up sheets […]

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Launch of Education and Conflict Review: Theories and conceptual frameworks in education, conflict and peacebuilding

This blog was written by Dr Tejendra Pherali, Associate Professor in Education and International Development, UCL Institute of Education. The author is organizing a symposium at the 2019 UKFIET Conference to launch the special issue of Education and Conflict Review that focuses on theories and conceptual frameworks in education, conflict and peacebuilding. The number of […]

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Plenary Speakers for 2019 Conference

Opening Plenary The Journey to Inclusive Education; the Ghanaian Story This year we are pleased to introduce the Hon. Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, the Deputy Minister for Education in Ghana as our keynote speaker. Dr Adutwum has played a significant role in the transformation of Ghana’s Education system drawing on his vast knowledge and experience […]

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Launch of NISSEM Global Briefs: Educating for the social, the emotional and the sustainable

This blog was written by Andy Smart, education and publishing consultant, and Margaret Sinclair, consultant on education and emergencies and conflict-sensitive policies. The authors will launch the NISSEM Global Briefs at the symposium ‘From Divisive Stereotypes to Inclusive Identities: the Role of Textbooks and Educational Media’ on 18 September at the UKFIET conference on inclusive […]

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