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'Reading the Way' Research
into 'Inclusive and Accessible' Children's Books from
Around the World

  

 

Outside In World aims to help change the future of inclusive and accessible books with the launch of its new research findings.

Disability is a disturbingly under-represented area in children’s literature and many more inclusive and accessible books are needed.  The results of our ground-breaking 'Reading the Way' project, undertaken in 2014/15 with funding from Arts Council England, Unwin Charitable Trust and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, shows that books from around the world have a wealth of new perspectives on disability and new ways to access stories to offer UK children. As well as highlighting many potential candidates for UK publication, the consultation has generated valuable learning points and good practice to help the UK shape children’s books of the future.  

You can read highlights of our research here or click the pdf to download the full report.  

 

  

 OIW Reading the Way Report Dec 2015

 

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