Voting Rights

In some European countries, the right to vote is still denied to people under guardianship. We strongly believe this needs to change! Find here some reasons why
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The Parliament Magazine published an article on the new Spanish law that allows people with intellectual disabilities to vote.
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Our Voting Champion in April is Carmen Piquer of “Som Fundació”. Carmen Piquer got her right to vote back in 2015.
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French people under guardianship now have the right to vote.
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Our Voting Champions in March are Lucette and Dani Blanquart of “Nous aussi” Dunkerque.
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The change in law followed an announcement made by French president Emmanuel Macron in 2018.
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Andreas Zehetner is a member of the steering group of the European Platform of Self-Advocates. He is a self-advocate with our Austrian member Lebenshilfe. Andreas has been advocating for accessibility in different areas of life for a long time.
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Our Voting Champion in February is Andreas Zehetner. Andreas Zehetner is a member of the steering group of the European Platform of Self-Advocates.
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Every adult should be allowed to vote without discrimination. People with disabilities can only use this right if voting procedures becomes accessible. And recent developments in different EU countries are encouraging: Progress is happening.
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Voting is a fundamental citizens' right.We asked to some self-advocates why voting is important to them.Why do YOU think voting is important?
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