Easy-to-read information is important for people with intellectual disabilities. Find out more.

Easy-to-read information is easier to understand.

Easy-to-read information is important
for people with intellectual disabilities.

It is important so they can:

  • Learn new things.
  • Take part in society.
  • Know their rights and stand up for them.
  • Make their own choices.

Easy-to-read rules

There are rules how to make easy-to-read.
The rules are available in many languages.


Easy-to-read logo

Easy to read logoThe picture is called “the easy-to-read logo”.

Inclusion Europe owns this picture.

You do not need to ask us for specific permission to use the logo, as long as:

  • your publication respects easy-to-read guidelines, and
  • include this text in your publication: “© European Easy-to-Read Logo: Inclusion Europe. More information at www.inclusion-europe.eu/easy-to-read”

More details about how to use the logo (.pdf).

Checklist on easy-to-read texts

Here is a simplified version (.pdf) of the guidelines, with the key-rules checklist.

Frequently asked questions about easy to read.

Read our easy-to-read magazine

Europa para todos - cover of Spanish version of Europe for us

Europa para todos

Inclusion Europe publishes a magazine in easy-to-read.

The newsletter is called “Europe for us“.
Europe of us is published in 7 languages.

Subscribe to Europe of us here.

Easy-to-read explanations

Inclusion Europe also writes explanation of words in easy-to-read.

We have explanations in

Read our articles in easy-to-read:

Our work brings the voice of people with intellectual disabilities and their families where decisions about their future are made.

This has always been incredibly important. It is even more so with the Covid pandemic drastic impact on their rights and lives.

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