Operação de Emprego para Pessoas com Deficiência (OED) works directly with persons with disabilities to provide meaningful opportunities for employment. It works with persons with disabilities to find employment that fits their skills and needs, whilst also providing follow-up support and training to ensure successful workplace integration. It also interacts directly with employers to ensure that workplaces and recruitment processes are accessible.
Webinar: #NoSchoolForMe. Giving a voice and visibility to children with disabilities excluded from formal education
#J’aipasécole (#NoSchoolForMe) is an awareness-raising campaign on the situation of the thousands of children with disabilities across France who are being denied their right to education. This initiative calls on the families of these children to send testimonies to highlight the experiences of children who are either provided with limited education which does not suit their needs or are unable to go to school at all.
The Incluso resource centre in Luxembourg offers advice and support on inclusion to non-formal education professionals and parents, as well as to anyone interested in the subject, in order to promote and develop inclusive early childhood education and child care services.
A think piece on being a sister to an amazingly wonderful little brother with nonverbal autism. We just need to learn to listen differently!
Persons with Disabilities face barriers and discrimination in their participation in society every day.
The International Convention on the Rights of the Child, unequivocally affirms it: every child, on the basis of equal opportunity, has the right to education.
Communication with deaf people who are ill or in poor health is also one of our priorities during this health emergency.
Making institutions a thing of the past and community-based services reality. This process is called deinstitutionalisation