Events

On Wednesday 14 October, Inclusion Europe organised the fifth online event as part of the project “My Talents. For Diversity”. The aim of this online event was to raise the debate about how EU institutions could make sure they are also fostering the inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities in the labour market.
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On Friday 9 October, Inclusion Europe organised the fourth online event as part of the project “My Talents. For Diversity”. As the European Commission is currently drafting the next Disability Strategy, we wanted to talk to members of the European Commission, the European Parliament, and Disabled People’s Organisations about how employment should be tackled in the 2020-2030 Disability Strategy.
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On Tuesday 22 September, Inclusion Europe organised the third online event as part of the project “My Talents. For Diversity”. This time, we invited Veronika Heribanová and Martin Lubojacký, job consultants at Rytmus (Czechia), to share their knowledge and experience with us.
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Together with experts and NGOs MEP Katrin Langensiepen submitted a draft report on equal treatment in employment that demands quick legislative action.
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On Tuesday 15 September, Inclusion Europe organised his second online event as part of the project “My Talents. For Diversity”. The aim of this online event was to talk about the existing legal and policy instruments that can be used to foster employment of people with intellectual disabilities.
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As part of "My Talents. For Diversity" project, we organised an online event with KLAPjob, whose aim is to get more people with learning disabilities into the labor market.
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As part of "My Talents. For Diversity" project, we have produced videos to promote diversity management amongst private and public employers.
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My Talents. For Diversity. is a European project about the inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities in the labour market and the benefits of diversity management.
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Inclusion Europe’s member Perspektiva, together with the Best Buddies Russia foundation, has organised an exhibition called Here I am! at the Russian Duma (Parliament). The exhibition featured photos, videos, and stories about the lives of people with intellectual disabilities, including how they study, work, make friends, and dream.
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How can co-production help improve political participation of people with disabilities? This was the question an event co-organised by Inclusion Europe addressed.
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