By talking about and sharing voices of exclusion we are also invariably talking about inclusion. With this in mind I afforded myself some time to think about what it means to me to be inclusive and why it might be that sometimes it appears to be like sand cascading through the fingertips of many aspects of the society in which live.
When I undertook my research “What impact on education and employment did school exclusion have on adults who left care in the 1970’s and 1980’s” … in my search for participants, I added that they could self define. I wanted those who took part to set that parameter, to alter the conversation and alter the conversation it did.Continue reading
There is some incredible emerging research and this post will be regularly updated and shared as it becomes available.continue reading
I’m always on the look out for projects that are about VOICES and that understand inclusion to mean far more than tokenistic ‘participation’ that ticks a box or as a reference to ‘good practice’ without substance.Continue Reading