Past Event

Developments and Dilemmas in Inclusive Education in the Global South – with Pakistan as a Case Example

25 July 2019 13:00–15:00

IDS room 120 Institute of Development Studies
Library Road

What are we doing at IDS on Inclusive Education as part of the DFID Disability Inclusive Development programme?

Chair: Mary Wickenden, Institute of Development Studies


  • Jo Westbrook and Jacqui Shepherd, University of Sussex, Centre for international Education
    Experiences in Uganda, Kenya and Jordan
  • Muhammad Atif Sheikh – Special Talent Exchange Program  Experiences of a Pakistani NGO STEP
  • British council representative
    Moving From the Margins” Mainstreaming Young People with Disabilities in Pakistan

This seminar brings together colleagues from IDS and University of Sussex with visitors from Pakistan, to talk about how the ideal of an inclusive approach to education works in reality for children with disabilities in different middle and low income settings.

Examples of work in Jordan, Kenya, Uganda and Pakistan will be discussed and the plans for work on IE in other settings will be described too.


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