Violence against women

Nearly 40 participants from 13 European countries came to talk about the multiple discriminations women with intellectual disabilities face, and how to tackle this issue.
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Inclusion Europe organised a training in Brussels between 4 and 6 December 2019. The training was about the rights of women with intellectual disabilities.
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The training will take place in Brussels, Belgium from 4 - 6 December 2019. Registrations are open until 6 November.
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The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) has urged member states to “immediately start to transition to the abolition of coercive practices in mental health settings”.
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Inclusion Europe, the European Disability Forum and the European Women’s Lobby express their concern about the lack of women with disabilities at the conference held on 24 May.
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Silence, stigma, not being believed: This is what makes it so difficult to talk about violence against women. For women with intellectual disabilities, these barriers are even higher – especially if they are living in institutions, segregated from the rest of society, with no one who would listen.
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