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The University of Szeged started a new course about easy-to-read. Two self-advocates from ÉFOÉSZ are also teaching at this course.
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  Click on a word which is in bold to read what it means. Inclusion Europe has published a new video. The video is about participating in politics. Sometimes it is difficult for people with intellectual disabilities to participate in politics. There are some things that countries need to change so it becomes easier. There...
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  Click here for the easy-to-read version   Cátia Freitas is 33 years old and from Portugal. Since 2012, Cátia has been part of the self-advocacy group of CERCIPOM and participated in meetings for self-advocates throughout the country. She is a client at CERCIPOM’s Center for Occupational Activities. Cátia took part in Inclusion Europe’s leadership training for self-advocates...
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Click here for the easy-to-read version   “Residential institutions can never be the ‘preferred option’ for anyone”, Inclusion Europe has stressed in its analysis of the EU Council conclusions on Independent living. It is the first time that the Council of the European Union, which represents all EU member states, comes to conclusions on the...
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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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  Click here for the easy-to-read version   Inclusion Europe is excited that the 17th World Congress of Inclusion International is in Europe this year. It will take place in Birmingham, UK, from Wednesday 30 May until Friday 1 June 2018. Registrations are now open. The delegates will have opportunities to get involved in various sessions labeled Learn, Inspire and Lead....
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