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We have just published the 2nd edition of Europe for us for 2020! Europe for us is our newsletter for self-advocates. It is written in easy-to-read.
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What if you learn more about inclusive education through the alphabet? As part of our campaign of 2020 focused on education, Inclusion Europe created the ABCs of inclusive education to help you understand what inclusive education is and what its benefits and challenges are.
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Today, the European Parliament approved a motion for resolution on the rights of persons with intellectual disabilities in the COVID-19 crisis. The resolution was drafted by the Parliament’s Petitions Committee, following a petition from Inclusion Europe.
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Inclusion Europe is looking for a motivated person to join our team in Brussels for 6 months, starting September 2020.
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As the current EU Disability Strategy comes to an end, the European Parliament is calling the European Commission for an ambitious post-2020 strategy, in which we can find some Inclusion Europe’s priorities.
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An exceptional Inclusion Europe general assembly took place online on the 29th of June 2020 under exceptional circumstances.
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Our report talks about what happened in 2019. In 2019, we focused a lot on the European elections and the right to vote. Read it now!
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Since the beginning of the COVID-19 emergency, there have been several cases of national laws being incompatible with the rights of people with intellectual disabilities. Therefore, Inclusion Europe submitted a petition to defend their rights as well as those of their families.
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The COVID-19 is changing every aspect of our societies, revealing pre-existing inequalities and highlighting that work on disability inclusion is imperative. Therefore, Inclusion Europe highlights news and statements around the topic of rights of people with disabilities and their families.
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The consequences of the Covid-19 shutdown of schools and other social distancing measures constitute a major problem for students with intellectual disabilities, their families and teachers
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