During the conference, the enormous potential of inclusive education both for persons with disabilities and for all learners was emphasised. However it was recognised that there is still much to be improved to achieve truly inclusive education, both in Europe and in developing countries. In particular, the importance of putting in place the right support to make inclusion real was highlighted by all speakers. In other words, it is crucial to ensure quality of education for all, not just looking at the question who can make it physically to the class room. Another aspect in the debate was the visibility of persons with disabilities in society. This is the precondition for increasing the believe within societies at large that inclusion can work and that persons with disabilities are part of the human diversity of a community and a country.