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László Bercse is the new chair of the EPSA steering group. We asked László about how he got to know EPSA and about his plans.
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Manuel Lankmair has complex support needs. He gave a workshop at the Europe in Action conference. We asked Manuel about his job and about accessibility for people with complex support needs.
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The “Europe in Action” conference happened from 5-7 June. For the conference, we went to Vilnius. Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania. We talked about independent living for people with intellectual disabilities. And about inclusion.
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Our annual report talks about our 30th anniversary and our 2018 theme: Empowerment. Read it now!
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This time, "Hear our Voices" will take place in Graz in Austria from 18-20 September 2019. The topic is "My voice counts!".
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Last Sunday was the last day of the European elections 2019. On Sunday night each European country was counting its votes. While this was happening, in front of the European Parliament in Brussels people could see a video of people with intellectual disabilities talking about voting.
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The European Commission has made a campaign against discrimination at work. This is important for many people and also for people with intellectual disabilities. We wrote an easy-to-read text about the campaign.
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Our Belarussian member BelAPDliMI has its 25th birthday this year. Congratulations! Elena Titova is the director of BelAPDliMi. We asked her a few questions.
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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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May 15th is the International Day of Families. For this day we have made 2 interviews with parents with intellectual disabilities. In the interviews, they talk about their lives and relationships.
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