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Eurodesk for everyone: On the page Eurodesk provides information on programmes, organisations and contact persons regarding foreign stays for all young people. The page also contains reports from past participants as well as an accessible video on an inclusive multinational youth activity in Poland.

„INKLUMAT“ by the district youth councils Rems-Murr e.V. and Esslingen e.V.: Child and youth work experts require support when they prepare to work with individuals with a disability or impairment. Inklumat consists of four sections: a self-assessment test, a manual on implementing inclusion in youth work, a set of methods, and a glossary.

Inclusion map: A map of Germany showing examples of successful inclusion projects.

Online manual „Inklusion als Menschenrecht“ (Inclusion as a human right; in German) by the German Institute for Human Rights. This publication is aimed at individuals with an interest in inclusion, disability and human rights. A search function allows users to filter for materials by group size, settings and learners’ needs. The manual also contains texts, roleplay scripts and simulations as well as other material for group work. There is a list of reading material, plus a timeline with information on various periods, biographies and references to legislation.

SALTO's Inclusion for ALL youth work booklets: Various practical booklets for use in (international) inclusion projects, based on the SALTO-YOUTH Inclusion training courses that are designed to make methods and materials accessible for all.

TED Talks:
Zyid, Maysoon (2013): “I got 99 problems... palsy is just one.”

Downey, Chris (2013): Design with the blind in mind.

Zwei-Sinne-Prinzip (The two-senses principle; in German): A short description. (Deutsche Gesetzliche Unfallversicherung).


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