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Inclusion Europe signed a letter from the European Disability Forum asking to make train travel more accessible all across the European Union.
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We have published Europe for Us! Europe for Us is our easy-to-read newsletter for self-advocates. This issue talks about our Europe in Action conference and much more!
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Many children and teenagers are going back to school. Unfortunately, this doesn't happen for many children with intellectual disabilities.  
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Many children and teenagers are going back to school. Unfortunately, this doesn't happen for many children with intellectual disabilities.  
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We interviewed Freddy Philippe. He works as an easy-to-read translator in France.
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Jason Kneen is the father of Rosie.  Rosie is a little girl with Down Syndrome.      He wrote a post on Twitter  about having a child with Down Syndrome. 
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"Access City Award" is the name of a competition for cities in Europe that do a lot to become more accessible.
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Milan Šveřepa is the director of Inclusion Europe. He gave an interview to a newspaper. In the interview, he talked about institutions in Czechia.
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Every child has the need to grow up in a family. Inclusion Europe and other NGOs have written a text about this right.
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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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