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The case for a new ‘Valuing People’ (but not called that)

The case for a new ‘Valuing People’ (but not called that) Some reflections from Rob Greig, retiring after 35 years of grappling with the ‘system’ – part two.  This second blog specifically focuses on the world of learning disabilities. …

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Time to get back to moral politics

Time to get back to moral politics Some reflections on retiring after 35 years of grappling with the ‘system’ – part one

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Insights from the Inclusion International 17th World Congress 2018

Insights from the Inclusion International 17th World Congress 2018 My lifelong passion for inclusive education is well known. Last year, David Towell from the Centre for Inclusive Futures asked me to ask if I’d join an international…

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NDTi announce appointment of new Chief Executive

NDTi announce appointment of new Chief Executive We are delighted to announce the appointment of Paul Marshall as the new Chief Executive of the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi).

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A Different Mindset for ‘The Lives We Want To Lead’

A Different Mindset for ‘The Lives We Want To Lead’ NDTi’s Chief Executive, Rob Greig, discusses the recent LGA’s Social Care Green Paper Given the perpetual delay and shifting focus of the Government’s adult…

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Making the SEND reforms work through better partnerships

NDTi News Limited places available to take part in our action learning networks...

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Visual Case Study: Sterre Ploeger

Visual Case Study: Sterre Ploeger As part of our work on the Erasmus project to learn about Pathways into Employment for young people with Disabilities, one of the participants, Sterre Ploeger, has contributed…

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Inclusion – what’s really stopping us?

Inclusion – what’s really stopping us? Recently I spent the day at the Westminster Insight Conference and was struck by the number of times people referred to inclusion, in particular, the challenges that inclusion brings. But…

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‘Mike would have died if it hadn’t been for you!’

‘Mike would have died if it hadn’t been for you!’ It always feels slightly dramatic and over the top when people say this yet with no sense of self-aggrandisement – it is probably true. At 47 my son’s multiple…

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Getting Things Changed – Final Event

Getting Things Changed – Final Event On the 25th May we were part of an event to share the findings of the Getting Things Changed project . This was a big research project that took place from 201…

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