Press release

Our Voting Champion in April is Carmen Piquer of "Som Fundació". Carmen regained her right to vote in 2015, following lengthy legal procedures. Now she tells others about the electoral process and encourages them to go to vote.
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Every adult should be allowed to vote without discrimination. People with disabilities can only use this right if voting procedures becomes accessible. And recent developments in different EU countries are encouraging: Progress is happening.
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Inclusion Europe had an event at the European Parliament. During this event, we spoke about the European elections and accessibility for people with intellectual disabilities.
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The German Federal Constitutional Court has ruled that stripping people under full guardianship (as well as criminal offenders) from their voting rights is unconstitutional. The resolution of January 29, 2019 was published today.
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Inclusion Europe is demonstrating jointly with other disability and social rights organisations in front of the European Parliament. We are calling on Parliamentarians to promote a strong and effective European Accessibility Act.
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We are inviting you to join our demonstration and spread the word about the importance of an inclusive and accessible Europe for all citizens.
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What has been done in the last 5 years to improve the lives of persons with disabilities in the European Union? The answer from persons with intellectual disabilities and their families is “not much”.
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Persons with intellectual disabilities are part of the digital society, and like other areas of life, they are much more vulnerable online and more prone to abuse of their personal data.
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After its review by the United Nations Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities last summer, the European Union has been urged to adopt the European Accessibility Act (EAA) within 12 months.
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