Jyrki Pinomaa

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Inclusion Europe president Jyrki Pinomaa writes about his experience in Finland in times of COVID-19 emergency.
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Inclusion Europe president Jyrki Pinomaa wrote a letter about the Coronavirus emergency, expressing his concern about the situation but, at the same time, discussing how to keep in touch and stay focused on our priorities.
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Inclusion Europe’s president Jyrki Pinomaa wrote a letter about the Coronavirus emergency.
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Inclusion Europe's President Jyrki Pinomaa went to Manchester to meet with Learning Disability England and attend their conference. His thoughts and impressions about the organisation were very positive.
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It is well known that "care" institutions of this kind are not suitable for living and represent a danger to the safety of their residents. The causes of the fire now must be investigated properly, and the survivors must get a chance to live in the community.
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The independent self-advocacy organisation announced they will be closing its doors due to a lack of state funding. Inclusion Europe strongly opposes this development.
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The “National Platform of Self Advocates” is a self-advocacy organisation from Ireland. This organisation is closing because they didn’t receive any money from the government.
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The German Federal Constitutional Court has ruled that stripping people under full guardianship (as well as criminal offenders) from their voting rights is unconstitutional. The resolution of January 29, 2019 was published today.
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People with intellectual disabilities are eager and ready to vote. Why do the European elections matter to them and what makes electoral participation possible for them? Join us for a discussion at the European Parliament.
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