Hello ENIL followers! Another year done and gone, at least almost! With this letter I want to say Merry Christmas and express my great thanks for all cooperation during this year. As usual is has … Read more
In the November issue of the ENIL Newsletter, we wrote about our work on the ELOSH project. This Europe-wide project, with national partners in seven countries, is focused on developing training materials on integrated support … Read more
The San Marino association for disabled people called Attiva-Mente lead by Mirko Tomassoni invited ENIL to participate in the San Marino Conference for December 3rd as it was International Disability Day. On December 4th the … Read more
ENIL was a partner in the Learnabil project, which ran throughout 2014. Learnabil promoted freedom of choice, self-determination, participation and inclusion of disabled people in the field of employment. The methodology used in the project … Read more
The regional conference Independent Living of persons with disabilities in the Balkan region and Bosnia and Hercegovina – Opportunities and Challenges was organized by IC Lotos from Tuzla, Bosnia and STIL – Swedish Founders of … Read more
Amela Velic from Sarajevo had an accident in the summer of 2000 at a swimming pool. She was diving and hit her head on the ground which left her paralyzed from the neck down. Amela … Read more
On 14 November, BBC published an article on the conditions in the institution in Lechaina, Greece, where more than 60 disabled children are being held in purpose-built cages. At the same time, a supported living … Read more
Last year, ENIL held all of the Freedom Drive events under the banner of “Ten Years with the Freedom Drive” in Strasbourg and now in 2015 the Freedom Drive including the march to European Institutions … Read more
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