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In some countries people under guardianship are not allowed to vote. Here are 5 reasons why this is wrong.
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It was with sadness and shock, but not surprise, that we learned about the abuses (including physical violence and mental torture) that persons with learning disabilities,  intellectual disabilities and persons with autism were subjected to at the Whorton Hall specialist hospital in the United Kingdom.
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Inclusion Europe, the European Disability Forum and the European Women’s Lobby express their concern about the lack of women with disabilities at the conference held on 24 May.
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Our Voting Champion in April is Carmen Piquer of "Som Fundació". Carmen regained her right to vote in 2015, following lengthy legal procedures. Now she tells others about the electoral process and encourages them to go to vote.
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Do you live and breathe Communications? Inclusion Europe is looking for a motivated and committed individual to join its team in Brussels for 6 months, starting on 10 July 2019.
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We just have published Europe for Us! Europe for Us is our easy-to-read newsletter for self-advocates. This time, we talk a lot about the European elections.
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In some European countries, the right to vote is still denied to people under guardianship. We strongly believe this needs to change! Find here some reasons why
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On May 15th we celebrate the International Day of Families. That's why we talk about people with intellectual disabilities who have kids and raise them with love and care. Find out more in these two interviews!
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The Parliament Magazine published an article on the new Spanish law that allows people with intellectual disabilities to vote.
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In 2018, we talked to self-advocates and other people who have brought inclusion forward in Europe. With the European elections around the corner, we asked them why voting is important to them.
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