The European Association of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities and their Families
“Inclusion Europe represents the voice of people with intellectual disabilities and their families throughout Europe”
Inclusion Europe is an association of people with intellectual disabilities and their families in Europe.
They started in 1988.
They fight for equal rights and full inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities and their families in all aspects of life.
As a European association they work in the many different areas which their members have identified as important to them:
They provide for the exchange of knowledge across Europe
“Through Inclusion Europe I learn what my colleagues do in other countries.”
They support their members.
“Inclusion Europe helps their organisation to become stronger.”
They influence European policies.
“Inclusion Europe shapes European social policy according to their needs.”Their
Constitution sets out who they are and how they work.
The Board and Staff
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The European Platform of Self-Advocates (EPSA)
is part of Inclusion Europe. It is made up of organisations of self-advocates from different countries in Europe.
They also have two working groups focused on Human Rights and Education.
Inclusion Europe has 71 members in 38 European countries. Their members include the organisations of people with intellectual disabilities and their families at national, regional and local level.
In order to multiply its impact on the EU policies, Inclusion Europe is a member of several umbrella organisations and civil society alliances.
Inclusion Europe receives support from many organisations but this is not enough to fight for the rights of people with intellectual disabilities and their families across Europe.
They also need your support.
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