This project, based at the International Laboratory for Social and Cultural Integration at the Higher School of Economics, Moscow, explores experiences of, and attitudes towards, inclusive education in post-Soviet countries. Inclusive education policies have been pursued in a range of post-Soviet countries as they attempted to shift towards more child-centred approaches to disability. The project designed survey research that was carried out in Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine. The sample involved a range of geographical locations in each country, and respondents came from educational institutions, parent associations, and non-profit organisations. In each school included in the sample, a continuous survey was conducted of teachers and parents of children studying in inclusive classes.