“For me it is very important to vote in the European elections” The European elections in May are our topic of the year 2019! We are talking about...
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...Regional 1.75 No 1979 12 Romania6 250 246 6 Local 4.55 No 1968 15-20 France1 120 120 3 National 3.57 Yes 1969 6 France2 45 63 3 Local 3.33 Yes...
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...This is more than five times higher than the average of 120 children per 100,000. With support of the EU, some countries have been successful in considerably decreasing the number...
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Make the most of the 2019 Elections to the European ParliamentThe elections to the European Parliament will happen in May 2019. These elections are very important for people...
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1. It has been estimated that people with disabilities represent 10 to 15% of the total population in Europe. In other words, 80 to 120 million European citizens have a...
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...ins� tu� onal care. 119 OHCHR op. cit., Chapter VI, pp.25–37. 120 According to Mental Health Europe, forensic hospitals – i.e. places where those accused or convicted of a crime...
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...were 120 self-advocates discussed about Living independently and being included in the community. Their message to the politicians and society was: Respect us and be our support! One of our...
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Find out more about our conferences and trainings Europe in Action Every year for 3 days, self-advocates, support persons, family members and professionals address different aspects of a...
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...living in residential care – more than five times higher than the global average of 120 children per 100,000. Building or maintaining institutions, anywhere in the world, is neither the...
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