EENET users include: teachers, teacher trainers, parents of disabled or other marginalised children and their organisations, disabled people’s organisations, academics, national and international non-governmental organisations.
We are committed to:
This is produced once a year in English – in hard copy- and is designed to have a long shelf life. Selected editions are also available in French, Spanish, Portuguese and Arabic on our web site, and in Braille/audio-cassette.
Web site — www.eenet.org.uk
Requests for information
We respond to a large number of individual e-mail, postal and telephone enquiries. We currently have on-going contact with individuals and organisations in over 100 countries.
EENET has begun a process of assisting the development of regional or local information networks which can reach more people and provide more locally appropriate information. Regional networks are developing in Latin America and Asia, and new partners are also emerging in English-speaking Africa.
Production and dissemination of useful training materials
EENET is committed to providing materials which are easy to read and use. This includes booklets, posters, videos, CD-ROMs and audiocassettes, as well as our annual newsletter. Some have been produced by EENET, such as the “Family Action for Inclusion in Education” book. Some, like the “Preparing Teachers for Inclusive Education” video package from Lesotho, have been produced by other organisations which do not have the capacity to disseminate directly to practitioners like EENET can.
We disseminate information and resources free of charge to South-based individuals and organisations and we try to recover a small fraction of these costs by charging North-based individuals and organisations for our publications and videos.
Ingrid Lewis — Co-ordinator
The Enabling Education Network (EENET)
c/o Educational Support and Inclusion
School of Education
The University of Manchester
Manchester M13 9PL
Tel: +44 (0)161 275 3711
Fax: +44 (0)161 275 3548