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September 29. 0 News

ENIL’s Monthly Website Update

In September 2016, ENIL published the following articles… Read more

September 29. 0 News
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ENIL’s Monthly Website Update

In September 2016, ENIL published the following articles… Read more

September 29. 0 De-institutionalisation
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Petitions Committee Investigates Slovakia

The European Network on Independent Living (ENIL) wrote a report for the Petitions Committee (PETI Committee) at the European Parliament on the use of European Structural and Investment Funds in Slovakia. Read more

September 29. 0 Campaigns
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ENIL 2017 Freedom Drive: One Year to Go!

There is only one year left until ENIL celebrates the next Freedom Drive, which will again take place in Brussels. The European Union capital has to become more accessible and there is hope that with the Freedom Drive being staged in Brussels, this will finally become a reality. Read more

September 29. 0 Good Practice
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How to Make a Training Accessible

Gatis Caunitis (ENIL Youth Network Board member) presents a guide on accessibility of events. Read more

Meet the New Councillor in Timisoara, Romania – Raluca Popescu

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Meet the New Councillor in Timisoara, Romania – Raluca Popescu

Raluca Popescu is 26 years old and lives in Timisoara, Romania. She has studied Applied Modern Languages at West University Timisoara. She is a human rights activist and works as a public relations assistant at Ceva de Spus… Read more

ENIL Griefs with Sagamihara’s Community

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ENIL Griefs with Sagamihara’s Community

Today, 26th August, Peter Lambreghts (ENIL Senior Officer to whom we said last goodbye yesterday) was going to pay his respect to the victims in Japan, one month after the attack of a man who killed 19 disabled people living in a care centre in Sagamihara – a small town near Tokyo. Read more

ENIL 2017 Freedom Drive: One Year to Go!

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ENIL 2017 Freedom Drive: One Year to Go!

There is only one year left until ENIL celebrates the next Freedom Drive, which will again take place in Brussels. The European Union capital has to become more accessible and there is hope that with the Freedom Drive being staged in Brussels, this will finally become a reality. Read more

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