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“Europe for Us” has been published! “Europe for Us” is our newsletter for self-advocates. It is written in easy-to-read language.    We have given “Europe for Us” a complete new design. For example, we have put more pictures. We have also put more colours.   What do you think about the new “Europe for Us”?...
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    Click on a word which is in bold to read what it means. There will be a Global Self-Advocacy Summit at the World Congress 2018. A summit is a big meeting. EPSA will also participate at the Summit. EPSA will talk for European self-advocates. Below you can read all about the Global Self-Advocacy Summit....
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    Click on a word which is in bold to read what it means. Self-advocates from EPSA have met in Peniche. Peniche is a town in Portugal. At the meeting, they talked about different things. Here are some of the things they talked about: They talked about the Life after violence project. The project...
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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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  Click on a word which is in bold to read what it means. Inclusion Europe has published a new video. The video is about participating in politics. Sometimes it is difficult for people with intellectual disabilities to participate in politics. There are some things that countries need to change so it becomes easier. There...
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  Click here for the easy-to-read version   Cátia Freitas is 33 years old and from Portugal. Since 2012, Cátia has been part of the self-advocacy group of CERCIPOM and participated in meetings for self-advocates throughout the country. She is a client at CERCIPOM’s Center for Occupational Activities. Cátia took part in Inclusion Europe’s leadership training for self-advocates...
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[:de] “We don’t need help, we need support!” – this was one of the main statements made at Inclusion Europe’s “Hear our Voices” conference, which took place in Brussels. More than 70 self-advocates and their supporters from nearly 20 countries came to the event to discuss topics such as being a board member in an...
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Around 800 delegates including several high-profile EU leaders and the record number of 200 persons with intellectual disabilities: This was the audience our board member Harry Roche adressed at the 4th European Parliament of Persons with Disabilities, which took place on Wednesday. He spoke about a topic he has been passionately campaigning for – voting rights. “Imagine everyone would need...
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