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Now Germany has to change the law.
We hope they will do it
in time for the European elections in May.
This is a great victory
for our German member Lebenshilfe.
Lebenshilfe pushed to change the law.
It is also a great victory
for the whole inclusion movement.
Inclusion Europe’s president Jyrki Pinomaa
said that Germany is a great example
for other countries in Europe.
Together with Spain and Denmark,
it is showing that things are finally getting better
for people under guardianship
This is a problem,
and it must be changed.
There are positive examples
in some countries.
· Afterwards, in Sweden they added the logos of the parties
to the voting paper.
This helps people understand
who they want to vote for.
· In Scotland, politicians also met
with people with intellectual disabilities.
Self-advocate László Bercse says:
I would like the European Parliament
to make decisions
which are good for me
and for other people with disabilities.”
“Everyone has the right to vote.
We should not be discriminated against
because we are disabled.”
Our work brings the voice of people with intellectual disabilities and their families where decisions about their future are made.
This has always been incredibly important. It is even more so with the Covid pandemic drastic impact on their rights and lives.
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