Soufiane El Amrani: Life with intellectual disability – Inclusion Europe Radio

Life with an intellectual disability - interview series by Inclusion Europe

Soufiane El Amrani: Life with intellectual disability - Inclusion Europe Radio

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Inclusion Europe is creating a new project. 

 

This new project is interviews with
people with intellectual disabilities and people 
who live or work with people with intellectual disabilities.  

The first interview for this series was done between 
Myrto Delkou and Soufiane El Amrani. 
 


Myrto Delkou is the communication trainee of Inclusion Europe. 
Soufiane El Amrani is the easy-to-read and advocacy officer 
at Inclusion Europe. 

Myrto and Soufiane spoke about daily life 
and employment for people with disabilities.

 

Myrto and Soufiane also talked about COVID-19 
and the way COVID-19 has changed the employment of 
people with intellectual disabilities. 
 
Soufiane spoke about how important it is 
for people with intellectual disabilities to have a job 
and make their own money. 
 


Soufiane talked about his own experience with  
applying for a job and working for Inclusion Europe. 

Soufiane also spoke about the struggles
he has faced in his daily life due to his disability. 

Myrto and Soufiane also discussed
about Soufiane’s personal goals and 
about how important it is that more employers
give jobs to people with disabilities. 

In the next episodes of the interview series
Inclusion Europe wants to talk with more
people with intellectual disabilities and learn more
about their daily lives.  

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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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