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Micheline Mason

by Micheline Mason

Written and illustrated by Micheline Mason
© Micheline Mason 2000
ISBN 0-9546351-1-6

$20.00



This book traces the growth of the inclusion movement and explains the philosophy of liberation which lies beneath it. It is written from the perspective of the excluded and their allies who are the driving force behind the call for change.

It is an important book and we hope it will be widely read.
-- Tony Benn, MP

The book is an excellent read and an inspiration to all of us involved in the struggle to create a more inclusive education system and, indeed, a more inclusive society.
-- Mel Ainscow, Professor of Education

I feel it explains so well the ideas and feelings which underpin an "inclusive" approach to life - I particularly like the stuff around attention - giving and receiving it; so important and such an undervalued resource.
-- Yioda Panayiotou, Secretary, The Platinum Trust


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