The Salamanca Statement (1994) defines inclusion in education.
From pages viii-ix:
"We believe and proclaim that:
UNESCO 1994, The Salamanca statement and framework for action on special needs education adopted by the world conference on special needs education: Access and quality Salamanca, Spain, 7- 10 June 1994, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
Ministry of Education and Science Spain, Paris.
As well as books in our campus libraries you can access more than 230,000 ebooks 24 hours a day from anywhere with internet access. For help in using ebooks check the ebook Guide.
Here are a few of our resources:
The Library Catalogue is a good starting point for finding resources. Results will include books and film but it also allows you to search simultaneously across many of the Library's database to locate journal articles.
Example Keyword Searches (refined to Subject and specific dates (from 2011)
|(Inclusive OR inclusion) education|
|Aboriginal education Australia|
The Library Catalogue also allows you to do a more complex search using Subject Headings. Subject headings have been added to records by cataloguers who assign formal terms to describe what the material is about.
Tip: To search by Subject Heading change the drop down box from All fields to Subject
Example Searches with assigned Subject Headings
Remember, all these results can be narrowed further, particularly if you choose to look for journal articles, or for books.
There are many organisations that serve the interests of people with particular educational needs. When searching, always remember to evaluate any websites you may visit.