inclusive education

The decision of the European Committee of Social Rights on the merits of the complaint International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and Inclusion Europe v. Belgium (No. 141/2017) became public on 3 February 2021.
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On Wednesday the 3rd of February 2021, the European Committee of Social Rights made public its decision concerning the collective complaint of the International Federation of Human Rights Leagues (FIDH) and Inclusion Europe v. Belgium
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On Wednesday the 3rd of February 2021, the European Committee of Social Rights made public its decision concerning the collective complaint of the International Federation of Human Rights Leagues (FIDH) and Inclusion Europe v. Belgium
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Inclusion Europe published a new edition of Europe for us for 2020! Europe for us is our newsletter for self-advocates. It is written in easy-to-read.
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In the context of our 2020 campaign about Inclusive Education, Inclusion Europe published a paper on Inclusive Education and Legal Capacity, highlighting the importance of Inclusive Education for the integration of people with disabilities and their legal capacity.
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Inclusion Europe did an interview with Anne-Marie Callus. She explains the importance for all children to receive a quality education.  
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Anne-Marie Callus is Senior Lecturer at the Department of Disability Studies at the University of Malta. She has been working with people with disabilities for over 25 years, particularly in inclusive research and as a support member of a self-advocacy group. Today, she shares with Inclusion Europe the importance for all children to receive a quality education.
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Inclusion Europe did an interview with Christine Dufour. She founded an NGO to help children with disabilities to be included in mainstream school. 
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After struggling to send her daughter Lisette to an ordinary school, Christine Dufour founded the NGO "On souffle dans ton dos" to help children with disabilities to be included in mainstream school. Inclusion Europe met Christine Dufour who dares to believe that an inclusive society is more than a sweet dream. 
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Maria Alexandrova has become Bulgaria's first person with cerebral palsy to take the English Cambridge Test. Here is how she fights for inclusive education.
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