9 Jun, 2022

Report of the Conference on the 2021 European Day of Persons with Disabilities

A picture containing a person with down syndrome sitting on sofa with another person

The report of the conference to celebrate the 2021 European Day of Persons with Disabilities has just been published. The online conference brought together more than 400 politicians, high-level experts, and disability advocates. This report summarises the discussions held on: 

  • challenges in access to healthcare, 
  • involvement of persons with disabilities in the digital transformation, 
  • the situation and needs of children with disabilities. 

The 2022 edition of the conference will be held on 24 and 25 November 2022 in Brussels.  

Download the report now from the European Commission’s website. 


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