Inclusive Education – defined by United Nations

Inclusive education can be understood as:

  1. a fundamental human right of all persons with disabilities.
  2. a means to achieve the full realisation of the right to education and an indispensable means of realizing other human rights.[i]
  3. a principle that values the well-being of all students, respects their inherent dignity and acknowledges their needs and their ability to make a contribution to society.
  4. a process that necessitates a continuing and pro-active commitment to the elimination of barriers impeding the right to education, together with changes to culture, policy and practice of regular schools to accommodate all students.

General Comment no. 4

 Article 24

The right to inclusive education

UN General Comment on the Right to Inclusive Education

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