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Top : Regional : Europe : United Kingdom : Education : Special Needs : Inclusion (13 web sites)
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Regional: Europe: United_Kingdom: Health: Disabilities
Regional: Europe: United_Kingdom: Society_and_Culture: Disability
Reference: Education: Special_Education: Inclusion
Regional: Europe: United_Kingdom: Health: Mental_Health: Disorders: Neurodevelopmental
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Alliance for Inclusive Education
A national network of promoting inclusive education, which can support all young people to learn, play and live with each other. Information about their principles, activities and contact details.
http://www.allfie.org.uk/

CSIE (Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education)
An independent centre working to promote inclusion and end segregation in the UK education system. Information about their activities and publications.
http://www.csie.org.uk/

Dr Jackie Dearden
Independent education consultant specialising in the needs of vulnerable children and young people. Current interests include action research, graphic facilitation processes and effective inclusion practice.
http://www.jackiedearden.co.uk/

Enabling Education Network
Providers of a range of resources relating to worldwide inclusive education. Based at Manchester University.
http://www.eenet.org.uk/

Inclusive Solutions
A team of psychologists and associates who specialize in mainstream inclusion for disabled and challenging children and adults. They provide training on all aspects of inclusive practice in education settings and beyond.
http://www.inclusive-solutions.com/

Independent Panel for Special Education Advice (IPSEA)
Offers free and independent advice on Local Education Authorities' legal duties to assess and provide for children with special educational needs. Includes details of services, and of helplines.
http://www.ipsea.org.uk/

Parents for Inclusion
Support site run for parents by parents who have children with disabilities and are committed to their children's inclusion. Includes details of the support they offer, training, press releases and family stories.
http://www.parentsforinclusion.org/