The MACIF, a private French insurance company, ordered a survey to IPSOS to conduct research on carers. The result of its work conducted from December 3. to January 26. 2020 was published in September and consists of 2306 interviewed carers in France on their role, the type of care they performed, and the mental load it represented.
On May 15th we celebrate the International Day of Families.
That's why we talk about people with intellectual disabilities who have kids and raise them with love and care. Find out more in these two interviews!
Yann Deschamps, a self-advocate from France, made his demand clear at the leadership training Click here for the easy-to-read version “A fellow self-advocate once told me: ‘I don’t feel equal to the others because I’m not allowed to vote!'” Inclusion Europe’s board member László Bercse got to the heart of the topic during his presentation...
On 15-16 May 2014 Inclusion Europe’s member associations Dincat and FEAPS together with University Ramon Llull organise the 2nd International Congress on Families and Disability in Barcelona. The event entitled “The families in the centre” will focus on improving the quality of life of families with children with intellectual disabilities.
The Break the Barrier – Strengthening the Townships Project is the project led by Down Syndrome South Africa (DSSA) which aims to reduce stigmatization and isolation of people with intellectual disabilities and their families living in townships by mobilising the parents and strengthening their ability to improve their general living conditions in the townships in South Africa.