Inclusive education

A World for Inclusion. ©UNESCO 2006
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A World for Inclusion

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A film about the 2006 Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, in particular article 24 on education. Using footage from schools in Kenya, Finland and Turkey, it addresses the situation of children with disabilities worldwide and the importance of getting them into school. It also contains interviews and commentary from stakeholders and experts and some 50 educational resources such as toolkits and policy guidelines.

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Place/Country: Finland, Kenya, Lebanon, New Zealand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States of America
Type: Documentary
Credits: David Atrakchi, director. Philip Seymor Hoffman, participant ; Jason Tavassoli, participant ; Eric Assinakopoulus, participant ; Frank Zweggers, participant ; Don MacKay, participant ; Giampierro Griffo, participant ; Victor Pineda, participant ; Khalfan Khalfan, participant ; Gerison Landsdown, participant ; Diane Richler, participant ; Isako Konchora, participant.
Fulldawa Productions, producer. UNESCO, co-producer.
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