Based on the in-depth study by the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention Implementation Support Unit, authored by Sheree Bailey – Assisting Landmine and other ERW Survivors in the Context of Disarmament, Disability and Development – this paper connects the evolving concept of victim assistance with the guidance set out in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities with its emphasis on inclusion and accessibility, which make services, policies and programmes available to all.
Background and critical overview of key issues, concepts and strategies in relation to inclusive education in areas where there are limited economic resources. First published in 2002, updated in 2008.
"Inclusice Education - where there are few resources", is a practical publication that provides background and overview of the field inclusive education in situations where there is limited financial resources and limited access to information.
How far has the authorities and organizations come to include disabilities in development? In 2011, an evaluation of Norwegian assistance showed that this was a neglected field. What happened two years later?