People with intellectual disabilities and their families are showing us what really matters in life.
The Long Shadow of Winterbourne
The values of inclusion and person-centredness which must underpin support are being undermined by regulations that promote institutionalisation.
AIREA - Beyond Planning
AIREA is an inclusive retreat which brings together people to find energy and direction fro personal and collective change.
Life after Violence
An Inclusion Europe report on how women with intellectual disabilities cope with the violence they have experienced in institutions.
Conversations About Advancing Inclusive Schooling
How national family associations and other NGOs in Latin America are seeking to promote and support educational transformation.
A review of Simon Goldsmith's book Life Nourishment, which explores how to build relationships and community
Alain Catzeflis argues that the ongoing scandal of the enforced detention of young people with autism demands more than another review.
The Fight for Equal Citizenship
Wendy Perez describes the ongoing work to try and help people with learning difficulties take their rightful place in society as equal citizens.
The Iatrogenic Tranquilliser Scandal
Barry Haslam has been campaigning for many years to raise awareness of the significant negative impact of the over-prescription of tranquillisers.
Parent Carer Health
This important survey of family experiences suggests that ill health for family carers is a significant problem and one worsened by current welfare systems.
Your Life Is Important Too
Terry Lynch shares his personal insight on why it's important for carers to take care of themselves.
At the Heart of Inclusion
Nick Maisey reflects on his learning from his time exploring international best practice in inclusion on the Westpac Bicentennial Foundation Fellowship.
This paper has been written as part of the SKILLS Project to begin the development of an international exploration of best-practice.