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[:en] #30yearsofInclusion – Inclusion Europe turns 30 in 2018! We celebrated with you at our anniversary event, by portraying our Inclusion Heroes, and we also want to share our TOP 3 with you: What are 30 highlights from the past years? What are the 10 most important issues we worked on this year? And what are...
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Silence, stigma, not being believed: This is what makes it so difficult to talk about violence against women. For women with intellectual disabilities, these barriers are even higher – especially if they are living in institutions, segregated from the rest of society, with no one who would listen.
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Click here for the easy-to-read version An example of successful de-institutionalisation Our “Life after violence” report (here the easy-to-read version) shows the different forms in which women with intellectual disabilities are subjected to violence in institutions. The best way to address this is giving them the opportunity to live a life in the community. How does...
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Click here for the easy-to-read version Elisabeta Moldovan is a self-advocate and member of EPSA, the European Platform of Self-Advocates. She lived long years in institutions until she finally managed to leave and build a life in the community. Elisabeta has written a book about her experiences and now fights for deinstitutionalisation in her native...
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What is the Work-Life Balance Directive? How would people with intellectual disabilities and their families benefit from it? How does Inclusion Europe support the directive? We just published an overview of the proposed directive with in-depth information about these and other topics. Read more now
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The final event of the “Life after Violence” project will take place in Brussels on 21 November. The “Life after Violence” study examined how experiencing violence and abuse affects women with intellectual disabilities. We found the coping strategies they develop and the worldviews they adopt as a result of their experiences have an impact on their ability to live independently...
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