Always Included: Uninterrupted education for children with disabilities before, during, and after a crisis

Building on a number of case-studies, testimonies, data, as well as considerations from key informant’s interviews, this report illustrates how education systems need to become more inclusive for children and youth with disabilities and, at the same time, more resilient to cope with crises and to ensure education in all settings and circumstances. This is particularly relevant in a world which is increasingly marked by multiple and simultaneous shocks, recurring and protracted crises, and the impact of climate change.

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Humanity & Inclusion


Education Financing
Inclusive Education - Disability