Inclusion Europe strongly opposes a project for a "village" for people with intellectual disabilities in Estonia, which is merely another institution in disguise.
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How well has the European Union done since 2010 in supporting people with intellectual disabilities? You now have a chance to give your opinion!
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How inclusive are women's organisations and how accessible are victim support services to women with intellectual disabilities?
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150 self-advocates from 18 countries met in Graz, Austria, to discuss the burning issues for people with intellectual disabilities
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Europe for Us is now online! Europe for Us is our easy-to-read newsletter for self-advocates. This issue is dedicated to the Hear our voices conference.
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We have published Europe for Us! Europe for Us is our easy-to-read newsletter for self-advocates. This issue talks about our Europe in Action conference and much more!
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Leen Sevens is a postdoctoral researcher in computational linguistics at KU Leuven. She develops technologies that contribute to the social inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities.
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The term is beginning all over Europe, and yet many children and teenagers with intellectual disabilities don't have the right to go to school as other pupils.
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Tell your city administration about the prize if they have improved accessibility for people with intellectual disabilities
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Inclusion Europe, alongside other organisations, has endorsed a statement and key recommendations on the Right to Family, recognised under international law.
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