Enable Scotland

Locking students away in a different room or restraining them otherwise - at school, this should only be used as a very last resort. The “In safe hands” campaign of our member Enable Scotland raises awareness about the overuse of these methods. Jordan McKenna, who works at Enable Scotland, told us more about the campaign.
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This year Inclusion Europe wants to talk about education. We think that inclusive education is better for students, teachers and parents. Our member Enable Scotland wants all children to feel safe when they go to school. In many schools, children with disabilities are kept away from the other children. Enable Scotland started a campaign to stop this. The campaign is called “In Safe Hands?”. Jordan McKenna works at Enable Scotland. We asked Jordan some questions.
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In 2018 we talked to self-advocates and other people who did good things for inclusion in Europe. Next week there will be European elections in all countries of the EU.
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Our director Milan Šveřepa was glad to attend ENABLE Scotlands' 65th anniversary celebration in the Scottish Parliament.
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Enable Scotland is a member of Inclusion Europe. It also helped set up Inclusion Europe. On 30 April, Inclusion Europe’s Director Milan Šveřepa went to a party organised by Enable Scotland.
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On April 11th Inclusion Europe’s director Milan Šveřepa went to Romania to talk at a conference on deinstitutionalisation. On 30 April, Inclusion Europe’s Director Milan Šveřepa went to a party organised by Enable Scotland.
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A project run by Inclusion Europe has been included as one of 42 Innovative Practices 2015 by the Zero Project, it was announced this week.
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