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Inclusive Language

for people with disabilities 

Educators learning non-formal methods for inclusive language is vital to combat discrimination against people with disabilities. It promotes inclusivity, challenges stereotypes, ensures educational equity, fosters social integration, prepares for a diverse society, meets legal obligations, enhances communication skills, and supports personal growth. Inclusive language education is essential for creating an equitable, empathetic, and discrimination-free society. 

Daily activities:

Day 1: Understanding Disability and Discrimination

Day 2: The Power of Inclusive Language

Day 3: Non-Formal Education Techniques

Day 4: Applying Inclusive Language in Practice

Day 5: Empowerment and Action Planning