This is a great opportunity to highlight together the achievements for inclusive education so far made, as well as to explore the gaps that remain across the world to advance children with disabilities’ education in mainstream schools.
As well, for the first time, UNICEF held recently, July 6 – 7- 2015, a global meeting “to raise awareness, inspire, and exchange knowledge on Assistive Technology (AT) products that can bridge equity gaps for children with disabilities”, in Copenhagen, Denmark.
During two days, staff, stakeholders and manufacturers shared the floor and presented some very fascinating products and projects. You can learn more about this event at its dedicated webpage. Furthermore, wonderful hand-drawn sketches provide you with a good overview of what has been discussed (direct link here).