Find the meaning of the words in bold in the dictionary at the end of the document.
Soufiane El Amrani is the
easy-to-read editor of Europe for us.
This is the 4th post on Soufiane’s blog.
The blog talks about events and topics
on people with intellectual disabilities.
For the 4th blog post,
Soufiane talks about a project
on easy-to-read by Unapei.
Unapei is an organisation that fights for the
rights of people with intellectual disabilities.
Unapei was selected by Paris city in France to
provide easy-to-read training for the city staff.
The topic is important because the city of Paris wants
to make easy-to-read information available across the city.
Paris is trying to raise awareness about easy-to-read.
Inclusion Europe does a lot of easy-to-read
documents on many different topics.
Inclusion Europe believes all important information
should have an easy-to-read translation available.
Accessible information helps everyone,
like tourists who speak a different language.
More and more places are understanding
the need for accessible information.
People with intellectual disabilities should
not be limited to the place they live.
Hopefully, other cities will follow the steps
that Paris has taken.
So that people with intellectual disabilities
can better participate in society without limitations.
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.
Being visible and vocal on issues directly affecting millions of people requires your support.
Become Inclusion Europe supporter and help us keep doing our work.