Include Us All ! Second Draft Implementing Inclusive Education for Children and Students with Disabilities 2013 Richard Rieser World of Inclusion

June 10, 2018

Article Commissioned by Harvaard Law School Centre for Disability Rights
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Medical Model Social Model R. Rieser

October 27, 2014


Articles from Inclusion Now 2001-2014

July 2, 2014

In 2001 with the optimism of a Government supporting Inclusive Education and new legislation supporting this, a new magazine was launched by the Alliance for Inclusive Education (ALLFIE), Disability Equality in Education (DEE) and Parents for Inclusion.

They can be accessed here:

See a full list of the articles here.

Article presented in Bhutan

December 20, 2013

After Richard’s trip to Bhutan in December 2013, the United Nations asked him to write a short article summarising the speech that he gave there.

To read it, see below:

Preparing teachers to include children with disabilities

State of the World’s Children – UNICEF report

September 20, 2013

In 2013, UNICEF produced ‘The State of the World’s Children’ report which focussed on children with disabilities. As part of that project, Richard was asked to write an essay for UNICEF. It can be read below:

Struggle for Inclusion

April 11, 2012

A paper written for trainee teachers at Sheffield University.

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Inclusive Education: What has happened in the last 30 years?

June 20, 2009

A 2009 unpublished article, written for a book to be edited Tony Booth.

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Equality or Utilitarianism

November 20, 2006

Developing Inclusive Education – a contradiction in terms: the Education and Inspection Bill 2006

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Disability Equality: The Final Frontier for Schools

October 20, 2001

The following article is a report of the conversation which Richard Rieser facilitated at the Institute of Education on the 3 October 2001. In addition, there is a commentary on Part II of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001 and its implications for schools.  Some of Richard’s input during the conversation was contained in the article he wrote, entitled Together We Are Better, which was published in Leading Edge, Volume 5, Number 2 (p. 183-190).

The article can be accessed here:

Disability Equality: The Final Frontier for Schools