Young voices

12 Feb 2015
Young Voices - Young people's views of inclusive education

Unge funksjonshemmedes meninger om inkludering, ekskludering og kvalitet i skolen blir presentert i denne dokumentaren. Ungdommene er fra Tanzania og Uganda. DVD, fotobok og "Facilitators' guide" fås gratis ved henvendelse til Atlas-alliansen. Videoene kan også ses på Youtube ved å følge lenkene nedenfor.

Videos on YouTube

Young Voices: Part 1

Part 1 is an unique 14 minute long documentary on what young people them selves think about inclusion and exclusion in school. Here represented by young disabled and non-disabled people in from three schools in Uganda and Tanzania practising inclusion. Through drawing and photography the students told their stories. They where equipped with simple digital cameras and asked to take photographs or draw pictures of places in school that make them feel happy and places that make them feel unhappy. It shows that inclusion is much more than just making schools physically accessible, it is as much about attitudes, how classrooms are organized, how teachers teach and encourage their students, the standards of hygiene etc. Things we all care about in school! The film is accompanied by a photobooklet and a facilitators guide with the whole transcript of the film - which can be accessed on www.eenet.co.org.uk Enjoy!

Young Voices: Part 2

Part 2 is an unique 14 minute long documentary on what young people them selves think about inclusion and exclusion in school. Here represented by young disabled and non-disabled people in from three schools in Uganda and Tanzania practising inclusion. Through drawing and photography the students told their stories. They where equipped with simple digital cameras and asked to take photographs or draw pictures of places in school that make them feel happy and places that make them feel unhappy. It shows that inclusion is much more than just making schools physically accessible, it is as much about attitudes, how classrooms are organized, how teachers teach and encourage their students, the standards of hygiene etc. Things we all care about in school! The film is accompanied by a photobooklet and a facilitators guide with the whole transcript of the film - which can be accessed on www.eenet.co.org.uk Enjoy!

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