Laszlo Bercse

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Inclusion Europe is delighted to see The Zero Project Innovative Practices and Policies 2019 include 4 by our members.They are: Housing and person-centred support by SUMERO, Bosnia and Herzegovina. A graphic novel called Becoming Eli by Ceva de spus, Romania. Read also:...
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The University of Szeged started a new course about easy-to-read. Two self-advocates from ÉFOÉSZ are also teaching at this course.
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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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  Click here for the easy-to-read version Inclusion Europe’s Hungarian member ÉFOÉSZ took part in ENIL’s “European Day of Independent Living” campaign, for the second year running. ÉFOÉSZ members were encouraged to shoot a video showing how they live independently, and what independent living means to them on a daily basis. Self-advocates created more than 60 videos showing what...
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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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Participants from all over Europe met to discuss common challenges and the priorities of the European Platform of Self-Advocates for the next three years An easy-to-read event report will be published in our next “Europe for Us” newsletter. Subscribe to our mailing list to receive “Europe for Us”. Self-Advocates from Belgium, Croatia, Hungary, Romania, Spain...
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