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Inclusion Europe's President Jyrki Pinomaa went to Manchester to meet with Learning Disability England and attend their conference. His thoughts and impressions about the organisation were very positive.
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Carmen Jiménez Recena, 23, is the first Spanish woman with Down Syndrome who went to stay abroad in the context of the Erasmus+ programme.
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Inclusion Europe president Jyrki Pinomaa   went to a conference organised  by Learning Disability England.  Here’s what Jyrki said about the conference.
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French member organisation is launching two great projects this month, focused on voting rights for people with intellectual disabilities.
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Carmen Jiménez Recena is 23 years old.  She is from Spain and she has Down Syndrome.  She is a pharmacy technician.  Pharmacy technicians    assist pharmacists in their work.  Carmen took part in the Erasmus programme  and went to Portugal. 
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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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Nous Aussi is a French organisation for people with intellectual disabilities and a member of Inclusion Europe. Nous Aussi is starting two projects on the right to vote.
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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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570 pupils, almost half of them with special educational needs, learn together at the "Protestant school complex ‘Martinschule’" in Greifswald (Germany). We spoke to Benjamin Skladny, headmaster of the Martinschule since its beginnings.
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Do you live and breathe Communications? Inclusion Europe is looking for a motivated and committed individual to join its team in Brussels for 6 months, starting on 30 March 2020.
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