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Fabio Dovigo


Department: Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing

Fabio Dovigo

My research interests are in the area of inclusive education and early childhood education and care. I am currently working on projects investigating early childhood systems quality and  teacher education for inclusion. I am a member (as Networks’ Representative) of the Executive Board European Education Research Association. Recent publications include Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Practices (Sense Publisher, 2016), The border within:  Decolonising refugee students education (Elgar, 2023), and “Early Childhood Care and Education teaching staff and educators: Challenges and Opportunities”,WCECCE Global Thematic Report, (UNESCO, forthcoming).

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