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13 Dec, 2023

COFACE welcomes new Belgian member: Parents for Inclusion – Ouders voor Inclusie 

It is our pleasure to welcome and introduce COFACE’s newest member who is joining us from Belgium (Flanders) to contribute to positive outcomes for families in a changing society.

Parents for Inclusion is a volunteer organisation of, for and by parents of children with specific needs. The organisation aims to support the right to an inclusive life by empowering and assisting parents in situations where they experience difficulties. The experiences, questions, and concerns of parents provide direction to the organisation.

Find out more about the work of Parents for Inclusion here.

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