‘Guidelines for developing heritage projects with adults with severe physical and/ or learning disabilities’
These guidelines have been developed from working on the ‘Your Past, My Present, Our Future’ project. This was a partnership project between Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery and the Hamlet Centre, a local community organisation that works with adults with severe physical and/ or learning disabilities, and also Gemma Orton, an ex Clare School student with severe physical disabilities.
A toolkit for developing Youth Forums funded by Museums, Libraries and Archives Council and Renaissance South East.
‘Exploring Citizenship through London’s archives, libraries and museums.’ A directory for Teachers of Key Stages 1 – 4. Funded by ALM London
‘Exploring Archives. A teachers’ resource pack to support creative citizenship education through the use of archives.’ Resource packs for four Archives in London, funded by ALM London. http://www.georgepadmoreinstitute.org/publications/exploring-archives-george-padmore-institute-history-and-citizenship-key-stages-3-4
‘Suitcase Sculptures’, Article for ‘Interpretation Journal’. Inclusive heritage: Attracting new audiences 2002
Group for Education in Museums News – Various articles since 1998
Researched and written by Emily Johnsson Edited by Claire Adler