Intellectual Disability: What has the European Parliament achieved since the 2014 European elections?

Intellectual Disability: What has the European Parliament achieved since the 2014 European elections?

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Accessibility, Legal Capacity, Right to vote … What has the European Parliament done on intellectual disability since the last 2014 European elections? What do we expect for 2019? What are the most pressing issues?

To find out, you can now read our contribution to the On Our Watch initiative. The initiative assesses the work of the EU Parliament at mid-term in various policy areas. On Our Watch is an initiative from several Civil Society Organisations to monitor the work of the European Parliament and look forward to the 2019 European elections.

 

 

 

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If you click here you can read what Inclusion Europe wrote for On Our Watch.  

On Our Watch looks at what the European Parliament does for lots of different groups of people.  

 

Inclusion Europe wrote about what the European Parliament has done 

for people with intellectual disabilities since 2014. 

2014 was an important year because it was the last European Parliament elections.  

 

In the text we talk about what Inclusion Europe wants to change 

for people with intellectual disabilities.  

We talk about accessibility and legal capacity. 

We also talk about about how to make sure  

that people with intellectual disabilities can vote.  

We wrote this text so people can be prepared for the next European Parliament election. 

This election will be in 2019 because the elections are every five years.  

 

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