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“Inclusive Schools” (called “InScool”, in short) is a project that wants to support inclusive education in Europe. Inclusion Europe had an interview with one of the organisers to learn more about the project.
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Giving the Coronavirus emergence in Europe, we decided to share some information in easy-to-read about the virus. The information comes from different organisations and is in multiple languages.
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Thibeau Bastien is 22 years old. He is a sportsman from Belgium. He is very good at sailing. In 2013 he joined Unified Sailing Belgium. This is an organisation that puts together people without disabilities and people with intellectual disabilities who want to sail.
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To end our focus on elections and the right to vote, we published a document about the situation of legal capacity in Europe.
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Rafael Calderón is a Spanish musician with an intellectual disability. He has Down Syndrome. When he was at his secondary school, he was told that he couldn’t learn more. Now he has received a degree in Music.
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Last January, Inclusion Europe's director Milan Šveřepa was interviewed by a Czech journalist. Here are some of the things that he said in the interview.
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Last January a fire killed 8 men with intellectual disabilities in an institution in Czechia. Inclusion Europe’s director Milan Šveřepa was interviewed by a Czech newspaper. Here’s what he said.
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On February 11, Inclusion Europe’s member Unapei took part in the National Disability Conference in Paris.
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Inclusion Europe president Jyrki Pinomaa   went to a conference organised  by Learning Disability England.  Here’s what Jyrki said about the conference.
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Carmen Jiménez Recena is 23 years old.  She is from Spain and she has Down Syndrome.  She is a pharmacy technician.  Pharmacy technicians    assist pharmacists in their work.  Carmen took part in the Erasmus programme  and went to Portugal. 
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