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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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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Locking students away in a different room or restraining them otherwise - at school, this should only be used as a very last resort. The “In safe hands” campaign of our member Enable Scotland raises awareness about the overuse of these methods. Jordan McKenna, who works at Enable Scotland, told us more about the campaign.
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Our former President Maureen Piggot answered three questions about accessibility in an interview by Funka, a company focusing on accessibility.
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On 1 October is the UN Day of Older Persons. On this occasion, we interviewed Jacqueline Pareys, 65, who worked long years for Inclusion Europe as an office helper. Jacqueline told us about her life, what has changed and about the advice she has for younger people.
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We interviewed Freddy Philippe. He works as an easy-to-read translator in France.
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László Bercse is the new chair of the EPSA steering group. We asked László about how he got to know EPSA and about his plans.
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Manuel Lankmair has complex support needs. He gave a workshop at the Europe in Action conference. We asked Manuel about his job and about accessibility for people with complex support needs.
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Our Belarussian member BelAPDIiMI (“Belarusian association of assistance to children and young people with disabilities”) celebrates its 25th anniversary this year – congratulations! On the occasion, we asked its director, Elena Titova, a few questions.
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Our Belarussian member BelAPDliMI has its 25th birthday this year. Congratulations! Elena Titova is the director of BelAPDliMi. We asked her a few questions.
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