In recent years, there has been a growing recognition of the importance of providing quality education and support to individuals with special needs, leading to an increase in the importance of the field of special education. Inclusive education is an essential approach as it provides children with special needs access to education tailored to their individual needs, abilities, and interests. Moreover, it promotes a sense of belonging and community, eliminating the isolation experienced by children with disabilities and valuing every individual’s unique contributions. This approach also upholds diversity, equity, and social justice principles.

To further the efforts towards inclusive education, the ‘International Conference on Inclusive Education 2024’ (ICIE 2024) aims to provide a platform for professionals in the field of special education to exchange ideas, best practices, and research findings on the latest developments and innovations. The ICIE 2024 features a diverse range of activities, including keynote speeches, plenary sessions, workshops, presentations, exhibitions, and talent performances by people with disabilities.


  1. To provide a platform for stakeholders in the field of special education to exchange ideas and best practices for the purpose of inclusive education
  2. To promote the development and implementation of effective strategies for improving inclusive education worldwide.
  3. To showcase the latest research and innovations in the field of inclusive education.
  4. To promote the inclusion of people with disabilities in all aspects of society.
  5. To provide a unique opportunity for participants to learn about the culture and development of special education.


Sustaining Quality Education through Innovation


  • Policy and Social Justice
  • Educational Management, Leadership and Administration
  • Diagnosis and Intervention
  • Curriculum Development
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Assessment and Evaluation
  • Advancements in Technology
  • Infrastructure and Physical Spaces
  • Vocational Education
  • Career and Employment
  • Higher Education
  • Partnership and Community Engagement
  • Mental Health and Psychological Wellbeing

Who should attend

  • Policy Makers
  • Academia
  • Professionals
  • Educators
  • NGOs
  • Practitioners
  • Parents
  • Students
  • Individuals with Special Needs
  • Interested Individuals