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Click here for the easy-to-read version Mathilde is a self-advocate from Belgium. She is part of the self-advocacy group of Inclusion ASBL. She has been elected to represent all the self-advocates at the administrative council of the association. She also works on Thursdays at the office of Inclusion ASBL she helps with the donations that...
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  Here is the Hungarian version of this interview.   László Bercse is a self-advocate with Inclusion Europe’s Hungarian member ÉFOÉSZ.   Do you live with your parents/someone else or on your own? I live with my parents in Budapest in a family house with a garden. I have an older brother.   Are there...
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Senada Halilčević is a self-advocate* from Croatia. She spent most of her life in institutions, but today she lives independently. Senada is not only the Vice-president of Inclusion Europe, but also the leader of EPSA, the European Platform of Self-Advocates. She works at ASA, a Croatian association for self-advocacy. László Bercse, a Hungarian self-advocate and...
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At the end of November 2016, I was invited to travel to Brussels to attend the European Day for Persons with Disabilities event This European Day for Persons with Disabilities event celebrated the 10th anniversary of the UN Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities and was attended by people with all different disabilities, people who...
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