INEE Thematic Issue Brief: Inclusive Education

All individuals have a right to education during emergencies and chronic crisis and recovery processes. Despite various international legal instruments that ensure rights to education for everyone, many learners face physical, social, and attitudinal barriers to accessing educational opportunities. Girls, orphans, working children, children from nomadic communities, linguistic minorities and children with disabilities are some of the most frequently excluded groups due to
factors such as ignorance, discrimination, poverty, lack of gender-sensitivity and accessibility in already overcrowded learning spaces, and shortage of appropriate learning materials in learners’ languages

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Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)


Inclusive Education