Policy makers and decision makers should reflect upon the extent to which national legislation ensures that children – in particular those who are vulnerable to marginalisation and exclusion – are at the forefront of policy making.

The Organisation of Provision project (2011–2014) stressed the need for legislation to cover the dimensions of age and disability to make sure that children with disabilities are fully included in the life of school and community.

The active participation of children and their families is key and they should be fully involved in decisions that affect them.

The project findings can be found in the project summary report and recommendations for policy makers have been included in the project policy brief.

 

 

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