Financing

In this publication, the UNICEF Regional Office for CEE/CIS presents it's position with regards to issues related to the education of children with disabilities. The publication provides rights-based tools for Inclusive Education for children with disabilities meant to serve as a reference for advocacy and policy making to UNICEF's government counterparts and other partners in CEE/CIS. It provides clear strategy options for Inclusive Education for children with disabilities, while keeping in mind the need for system-wide approaches designed to address the needs of ALL children.

Category: 

Legislation, Policy and Financing

Authors:

UNICEFMs. Lansdown Gerison

Year: 

2012

This article argues that the exclusion of disabled people from international development organizations and research reflects and reinforces the disproportionately high representation of disabled people among the poorest of the poor. The paper commences with a brief exploration of the links between impairment, disability, poverty, and chronic poverty, followed by a discussion of ways in which disability is excluded from development policy. Evidence of the incidence and distribution of disability is then presented. In the final section, the ways in which different institutions challenge poverty and exclusion among disabled people is reviewed. Survey evidence of the limited inclusion of disabled people within development institutions and policies is presented.

Category: 

Legislation, Policy and Financing

Authors:

Yeo, Rebecca & Moore, Karen

Year: 

2003

Demand−side financing is a pragmatic choice for introducing needed reforms according to local needs and available resources.

Category: 

Legislation, Policy and Financing

Authors:

Patrinos, H.A

Year: 

1997

This study aims to contribute to the empirical research on social and economic conditions of people with disabilities in developing countries. Using comparable data and methods across countries, this study presents a snapshot of economic and poverty situation of working-age persons with disabilities and their households in 15 developing countries. The study uses data from the World Health Survey (WHS) conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2002-2004 in 30 developed and 40 developing countries across the world.

Category: 

Definition and Classification of Disability

Authors:

Mitra, Posarac & VickProf. Mitra SophieMs. Posarac Aleksandra

Year: 

2011

Regional overview; linkages between disability, welfare, employment and schooling; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Russia; Romania

Category: 

Legislation, Policy and Financing

Authors:

Mete (Ed.)

Year: 

2007

This report focuses on the financing of special needs education and its relationship to inclusion policies and practices in 17 European countries.

The report was prepared during the autumn of 1999 and the descriptions and findings refer to the situation in countries until the end of 1998. During the project - which began in 1997 - a questionnaire was sent to all the Working Partners of the Agency member countries. These working partners submitted country reports concerning the two key topics: financing and inclusion. This synthesis report was written on the basis of these country reports.

Category: 

Legislation, Policy and Financing

Authors:

Meijer, Cor

Year: 

1999

The purpose of this paper is to analyse whether the development of a needs-based funding formula for resource allocation incorporates the needs of funders or the needs of the service providers.

Category: 

Legislation, Policy and Financing

Authors:

Agyemang, G.

Year: 

2010

Organization: 

Havila Consulting Ltd.

Category: 

Teachers, Teaching and Pedagogy

Area of study: 

DevelopmentFinancingPedagogyEmergency

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EADSEN

Category: 

Legislation, Policy and Financing

Area of study: 

EUFinancingLegislationPolicy

Organization: 

FIDIDA

Category: 

Legislation, Policy and Financing

Area of study: 

DevelopmentFinancing

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