Our director Milan Šveřepa wrote an article on Apolitical, an international platform that provides information to governments. The article is focused on children with disabilities living in institutions, promoting deinstitutionalisation as the only way forward.
Cybercrime and hate speech are becoming more and more prevalent nowadays, an issue that the be.safe project addresses. Its final event in Brussels saw interventions by MEP Magdalena Adamowicz, self-advocates, Victim Support Europe and Belgian equality body Unia.
On 1 October is the UN Day of Older Persons. On this occasion, we interviewed Jacqueline Pareys, 65, who worked long years for Inclusion Europe as an office helper. Jacqueline told us about her life, what has changed and about the advice she has for younger people.
Digitalisation, EU funds, anti-discrimination laws, employment strategies ... people with intellectual disabilities are affected by nearly all EU laws and policies. Inclusion Europe has joined a call by the European Disability Forum, eight Members of the European Parliament and other organisations.