Education Access for All

The authors in this article emphasise that it is important to make clear that committing to inclusion is not about demanding the impossible or reaching for unrealistic goals but rather about allowing the principles of inclusion to inform all work, asking who is currently excluded from learning and participation and what all of us can do to improve the situation. Despite the challenges and barriers experienced by displaced learners with disabilities and the evident need for further human and financial resources, inclusive education in crisis contexts is possible.

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Journal Article


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Helen Pinnock, Marian Hodgkin, Forced Migration Review