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How can we make inclusion happen everywhere, for everyone? We talked about it at this year's Europe in Action conference in Vilnius (Lithuania).
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Inclusion Europe's Secretary-General José Smits gave a summary of "Europe in Action" at the end of the conference. Here you can read the full text of her speech.
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As the votes in European Elections 2019 were being counted and first results announced on Sunday night, we could see a video of self-advocates talking about voting being played in front of the European Parliament in Brussels. And it became clear to me: These were elections like never before.
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Inclusion Europe went to Barcelona for a meeting of the Human Rights working group at the offices of our member Som Fundació.  This meeting was a great opportunity to update members about our work, but also to learn their news.  
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Our director Milan Šveřepa was glad to attend ENABLE Scotlands' 65th anniversary celebration in the Scottish Parliament.
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Inclusion Europe's director Milan Šveřepa talks about a seminar on deinstitutionalisation he recently attended in Romania.
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Our policy officer Guillaume Jacquinot went to Dunkirk at the end of April to attend an event organised by our member “Papillons Blancs de Dunkerque”. The event focused on the European Union, how we benefit from it and why it is important.
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José Smits is part of the team of Inclusion Europe. She is also the founder of Inclusion Europe’s Dutch member Inclusie Nederland. Some time ago José was invited to a conference in Leipzig, in Germany.
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Recently José Smits, Inclusion Europe's Secretary General and founder of Inclusie Nederland, was asked to participate in a conference about early intervention in Leipzig, Germany, by the European organisation Earlyaid. She went to talk about the importance of early intervention and to warn that austerity measures has led to a decline in services being offered to families.
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Our director Milan Šveřepa: "I spent 2 days in Croatia last week learning about the situation of children and of adults with intellectual disabilities being segregated in institutions."
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