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The COVID-19 is changing every aspect of our societies, revealing pre-existing inequalities and highlighting that work on disability inclusion is imperative. Therefore, Inclusion Europe highlights news and statements around the topic of rights of people with disabilities and their families.
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The consequences of the Covid-19 shutdown of schools and other social distancing measures constitute a major problem for students with intellectual disabilities, their families and teachers
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5 steps to prevent harm to people with intellectual disabilities and their families in Coronavirus emergency. There are recommendations, examples and practices for each of these 5 steps.
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We have just published the 1st edition of Europe for us for 2020! Europe for us is our newsletter for self-advocates. It is written in easy-to-read.
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In order to keep the discussion going around the topics that matter for people with intellectual disabilities and their families, Inclusion Europe decided to host a series of online meetings.
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Giving the Coronavirus emergence in Europe, we decided to share some information in easy-to-read about the virus. The information comes from different organisations and is in multiple languages.
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In the context of our campaign for last year, we published a final document on the topic of legal capacity and citizenship, presenting an overview of what a lack of legal capacity means for people with intellectual disabilities across the European Union.
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At the end of his compulsory secondary education, Rafael Calderón was told that he wasn’t able to learn more. Now he has become the first Spanish person with Down Syndrome to obtain a professional degree in Music.
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On February 11, Unapei was at the National Disability Conference in France, an event at which the French President Emmanuel Macron was also present. During his intervention, Unapei's President Luc Gateau urged the government to find new support solutions for people with disabilities.
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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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