Deinstitutionalisation

The world is not designed for people with intellectual disabilities. We will tell you about situations that have been happening during quarantine that prove it.
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The world is not designed for people with intellectual disabilities. We already knew it, but we thought putting together several absurd situations that happened during quarantine would prove this even more.
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Inclusion Europe's Milan Šveřepa wrote a reflection about the Coronavirus emergency.
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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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Last January, Inclusion Europe's Milan Šveřepa was interviewed by David Klimeš for the Czech news-server Aktuálně.cz. They talked about deinstitutionalisation, rights of people with intellectual disabilities and the use of EU funding to improve the social system in the country.
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Inclusion Europe's Milan Šveřepa wrote a blog post about the interview he gave to the Czech business newspaper Hospodářské noviny. Milan was interviewed about the tragic death of 8 men with intellectual disabilities in a “care home” in Czechia and discussed the issue of institutions in the country.
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Last January, Inclusion Europe's director Milan Šveřepa was interviewed by a Czech journalist. Here are some of the things that he said in the interview.
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Last January a fire killed 8 men with intellectual disabilities in an institution in Czechia. Inclusion Europe’s director Milan Šveřepa was interviewed by a Czech newspaper. Here’s what he said.
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On 19 January, 8 men with intellectual disabilities were killed by a fire in a “care home” in Vejprty, Czechia. Another 30 people were injured. Messages of solidarity and concern about the situation of institutions in Europe came from all over the world.
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Last January a fire killed 8 men with intellectual disabilities. They were in an institution in Vejprty. Vejprty is a town in Czechia. 30 other people were injured because of the fire.
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