The UNRWA Inclusive Education Policy reaffirms the Agency’s commitment to the realization of the universal right to Education For All. Similarly it is a response to the UN General Assembly’s resolutions encouraging UNRWA to continue making progress in addressing the needs and rights of children, women and persons with disabilities in its operations. Inclusion is a central tenet of the UNRWA Education Reform, recognizing the need to address specific challenges of equity and relevance, in order to ensure that the potential of all children is realized. The Education Reform highlights the importance of an UNRWA Inclusive Education Policy in order to ensure there is a shared understanding and commitment to inclusive education. The Policy and its supporting documents thus serve to provide a framework for UNRWAs approach to teaching and learning of all Palestine refugee children, reflecting its commitment as an UN Agency and in line with international conventions.