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  Click here for the easy-to-read version Years of advocacy work by our Danish member LEV and other organisations have been successful: The Danish government wants to change the law so that more people under guardianship are given the right to vote. Most people under guardianship in Denmark already enjoy voting rights, but people under a...
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Click here for the easy-to-read version It was a long fight, and it was worth it: The Constitutional Commission of the Spanish Congress of Deputies has given the green light to the reform of the country’s electoral system. When it comes into effect, it will give back their right to vote to 100,000 people under...
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Click here for the easy-to-read version “Lebenshilfe stands for openness, diversity and partnership, for a culture of cooperation and respect.” This is what the German president Frank-Walter Steinmeier said at the anniversary event of Inclusion Europe’s member Lebenshilfe: The organisation is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. Founded in 1958 by Dutch teacher Tom Mutters...
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  Inclusive kindergardens, support with the job search, for parenting and for living in the community, day centres and many other services: Inclusion Europe’s member APEMH has achieved a lot for the inclusion movement in Luxembourg. Founded as a parents’ initiative, the association has become a well-respected organisation in the country – and in 2018, it...
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[:en] Click here for the easy-to-read version 60 years of advocating for the rights of people with intellectual disabilities and their families in Italy: Our member Anffas celebrates its anniversary this year. Anffas was founded in 1958 thanks to the commitment of a mother of a child with disabilities and ten other parents who wanted...
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[:de] Click on a word which is in bold to read what it means. Szeged is a city in Hungary. The University of Szeged educates special education teachers. Special education teachers are supporting people with disabilities. The University of Szeged started a new course about easy-to-read. Two self-advocates from ÉFOÉSZ are also teaching at this...
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Click here for the easy-to-read version What are the best ways to support adults with intellectual disabilities on their way to an independent life? This is the question RESPID tried to answer, an Erasmus+ project run by our members PSONI (Poland), Rytmus (Czech Republic) and ZPMPvSR (Slovakia), as well as the Italian organisation Il Cerchio. The project partners shared their experiences...
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[:en] Click here for the easy-to-read version Anna Kwiatkowska, who has been working for Inclusion Europe’s Polish member PSONI for many years, has received the “9 millionth Erasmus+ participant award” representing Poland. The award was handed out at an event in Strasbourg (France) to celebrate the 9 millionth person participating in Erasmus+, and the initiative’s 30th anniversary....
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Victory for people with intellectual disabilities in Spain: The campaign of our member Plena Inclusión was successfulClick here for the easy-to-read version How can you make politicians listen to you if you are not allowed to vote? The right to vote is a basic right of every citizen. Unfortunately, many European countries including Spain have so...
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[:en] Click here for the easy-to-read version Pedagogy doctor Mikaela Björklund has been elected new chairwoman of Inclusion Europe’s member FDUV. She will take office on 1 January 2018 for three years. “I see it as a great vote of confidence and an even greater responsibility to lead a federation like FDUV. I hope my...
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