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  “Europe for Us” has been published! “Europe for Us” is our newsletter for self-advocates. It is written in easy-to-read language.     In this issue, we talk about many things. For example, we talk about:       –  the right to vote in Europe       – our Inclusion Heroes Sami Helle...
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Click here for the easy-to-read version Alongside 19 other organisations, Inclusion Europe today published an Open Letter on the European Accessibility Act. We want member states to greatly improve the Act before 2 October, when the next round of negotiations will start. We need a strong Accessibility Act, and we want to see an agreement...
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    Click on a word which is in bold to read what it means.   My name is Soufiane, I live in Belgium. I am a self-advocate.     I work at Inclusion Europeaas the easy-to-read editor. I started working here in 2008. I am also part of the Empower Us Action Team.    ...
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A discussion at the task force meeting Click here for the easy-to-read version The “Task force on people with complex support needs” met for the first time in Brussels last week. The group discussed good practices on how to empower people with complex support needs to make their own choices. Participants had the opportunity to gain...
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Click here for the easy-to-read version Inclusion Europe, alongside five other disability organisations, has welcomed Bulgaria’s leadership in objecting against the draft additional protocol to the Oviedo Convention, which, if adopted, would authorise forced treatment and forced placement, notably in institutions of persons with disabilities, in particular persons with psychosocial disabilities. These practices are unacceptable...
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Cliquez sur un mot en gras pour lire ce que cela signifie. Il est parfois difficile pour les personnes avec un handicap intellectuel de participer à la vie politique. Quelles sont les choses qui doivent changer ? Et que pouvez-vous faire si vous voulez participer à la vie politique ? Regardez cette vidéo pour en...
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Click here for the easy-to-read version #30yearsofInclusion – Inclusion Europe turns 30 in 2018! To mark this year, we will be highlighting and celebrating inclusion in Europe in its various forms and practices – and the people behind it. Every month we will present one person who has brought the Inclusion movement forward in Europe....
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  Click here for the easy-to-read version Every child has the right to education, and this includes children with disabilities. This is clearly stated in Article 24 of the United Nations Convention on the rights of Persons with Disabilities. However, this right is often denied to children with intellectual disabilities, especially to children with complex...
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  Click here for the easy-to-read version Inclusion International‘s president Sue Swenson has spoken today at the 20th session of the United Nations Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. She highlighted the role of families within the movement for the rights of people with intellectual disabilities. Sue Swenson also pointed out how the...
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 Click on a word which is in bold to read what it means. Senada Halilčević is the chair of the European Platform of Self-advocates and Vice-President of Inclusion Europe. We made a video with Senada. In the video, Senada talks about our new strategy. Senada says: We will fight prejudice and discrimination against people...
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