RESOURCE: Network for Inclusive Education in Eastern Africa

Posted on 9 January 2008. Filed under: Announcements, Children, Cross-Disability, Education, Inclusion, News, Opportunities, Resources, Sub-Saharan Africa Region | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

To support the growing interest in the area of Inclusive Education throughout Eastern Africa, an Eastern Africa Discussion Group has been set up to help facilitate discussions. networking and information sharing on this topic. This discussion group is associated with EENET – The Enabling Education Network, which is a UK based information sharing network which promote the inclusion of marginalised groups in education world wide.

If you would like to join the Eastern Africa Discussion Group, please send a blank email to eenet_eastern_africa-subscribe@yahoogroups.co.uk If you join and decide later you do not want to be a part of the group any longer, you can unsubscribe at any time.

Learn more about the group and how to join, leave, or communicate with the listowner at:

http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/eenet_eastern_africa/

If you know any one else who you think might be interested in joining this group, please pass this message to them so as they have the information necessary to join.

Kind Regards,

Dimity Taylor
Eastern Africa Email Coordinator
EENET Eastern Africa – The Enabling Education Network

To send an email to the email coordinator (Dimity Taylor) please send it to easternafrica@eenet.org.uk.

EENET UK (Main Office)
c/o Educational Support and Inclusion
School of Education
University of Manchester
Oxford Road
Manchester M13 9PL
UK
Office tel: +44 (0) 161 275 3711
Mobile: +44 (0)7929 326 564
Office fax: +44 (0) 161 275 3548
General enquiries email: info@eenet.org.uk
Website: www.eenet.org.uk
To obtain printed copies of the “Enabling Education” newsletter, contact EENET at the above address or visit their website.

EENET is an information-sharing network which promotes the inclusion of marginalised groups in education worldwide.



[Edited 27 January 2008 to correct the above email address to easternafrica@eenet.org.uk] [Edited 21 August 2008 to update instructions for subscribing.]

We Can Do learned about this mailing list when Dimity Taylor posted the above announcement on the mailing list for the Global Partnership on Disability and Development (GPDD). The GPDD email discussion list can be joined for free.



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