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Inclusion Support Queensland
ISP supports eligible ECEC services to inc children with additional needs by providing tailored inclusion advice/support. May inc access to specialist equipment to facilitate participation and funding to support more challenging inclusion barriers. Specialised Equipment Library.
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CRU – Community Resource Unit believes that people with disabilities should belong to and participate in community

life. This means their interests are best served when they are supported to grow up in a family, go to school at their local neighbourhood school, participate in community activities with their peers, have a home of their own, maintain strong relationships with friends, parents and siblings, work and participate in community life and have their rights as citizens protected.

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All Means All – The Australian Alliance for Inclusive Education is a national multi stakeholder alliance working for an inclusive education system in Australia. Member of Inclusion International.

School Inclusion Parent Network. (SIPN)
SIPN is an initiative of All Means All Australian Alliance for Inclusive Education and is a national network of parents of students seeking to access an inclusive education and supporting each other. In line with the values and purpose of All Means All, SIPN seeks to connect families that believe that all children regardless of their background or ability have the right to a quality inclusive education in the general education environment, alongside their same age peers, all day and every day, accessing the core curriculum and participating fully as valued members of their school community.
SIPN School Inclusion Parent Network (All Means All) Join group at their Facebook page


Queensland Collective for Inclusive Education

A group of families who promote inclusive lives for our children with disability and work together to make inclusive schools a reality for all.

All QCIE members work in a voluntary capacity to advocate for children’s rights to inclusive education.
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Disability Standards for Education
A practical guide for individuals, families and communities, Learn about:
Our rights: Who do the rights apply to, and what are they?
Reasonable adjustments: Australian law requires schools to make reasonable adjustment for students with disability.
What’s fair?: Adjustments are designed to enable a student to learn on the same basis as others. However, ‘the same’ is not always ‘fair’. 
Working together: School staff should consult the student, or their family or other associate, before deciding on a reasonable adjustment.
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The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child is an important agreement by countries who have promised to protect children’s rights. 

The Convention explains who children are, all their rights, and the responsibilities of governments. All the rights are connected, they are all equally important and they cannot be taken away from children. 

Child rights and human rights explained

Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities,

Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities – Articles

Education – Every child has the right to learn.