Tag Archives: Research

Innoserv project: We are still collecting but will soon be sharing

As most of you know, ENIL was fortunate enough to be included among Europe’s leading universities and some of the key NGO networks that connect social service providers and service users, in exploring theoretical frameworks and good practice … Read more

European Disability Forum (EDF) answers the Accessibility Act Consultation

Over the past three months, the European Commission has run a public consultation on a European Accessibility Act. The Disabled People’s Rights unit within the Directorate-General for Justine, who are leading the consultation, explained that … Read more

Collaboration request for INNOSERV project – report good examples of social innovation

February 1, 2012 marks the beginning of the Social platform on innovative social services or the INNOSERV Project  funded under the European Commission’s Seventh framework programme.  The Project is a unique opportunity for the identification … Read more

ENIL at the ‘International Conference on Good Policies for Persons with Disabilities’

On January 22 and 23, 2012 the International Conference on Good Policies for Persons with Disabilities took place for the first time in Vienna, Austria with ENIL participating through Jamie Bolling, the ENIL Executive Director … Read more

Research: LGTB Young disabled persons.

This research aims to find out how disabled young people (aged 16 – 25) see themselves, their identities, and their social networks. These networks may contain a variety of people, organisations and services that are … Read more

Submissions for 2011 annual report on hate crimes

The Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) is now preparing the 2011 annual report on hate crimes. The report provides an overview of data collected on hate crimes as well as of responses … Read more

Recent reports

  ENIL would like to raise awareness on the work and publications of ESSL. The Essl Family have been involved in social affairs for many years. The Essl Foundation was established in 2007 in order … Read more

Jim Mansell Recognised for Outstanding Contribution to Social Care

Jim Mansell, Emeritus Professor of Learning Disability at the Tizard Centre at the University of Kent, and a member of the Advisory Council of the European Coalition for Community Living (ECCL), was awarded the SCIE … Read more

NNDR launched a new webpage and a blog

NNDR is a multidisciplinary network of disability researchers. The purpose of NNDR is to advance research and development in the field of disability. The main meeting place for the network is the biennial NNDR conference. … Read more

ENIL is active in the FRA

ENIL is active in the FRA (The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights) and supports the research the FRA is conducting. The FRA launched a report on ‘The legal protection of persons with mental health … Read more

Common European Guidelines on De-institutionalisation

Through its project the European Coalition for Community Living, ENIL is a member of the Expert Group on the Transition from Institutional to Community-based Care (EEG). The Group, established in 2009 at the initiative of … Read more

INNOSERV research project for innovative social services

ENIL is proud to be a member of the INNOSERV consortium starting its work in February 2012. A short description of the project follows: Other members of the consortium are: • Diakonhjemmet University College, Oslo, … Read more

DREAM – Disability Rights Expanding Accessible Markets

ENIL is an Associated Partner in the EU funded project DREAM – Disability Rights Expanding Accessibly Markets, led by the Centre for Disability Law and Policy at the National University of Ireland, Galway. During the … Read more

Fundamental Rights of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities and Persons with Mental Health Problems

John Evans, a member of the Advisory Board of ENIL, is representing ENIL and its project ECCL (the European Coalition for Community Living) in the project ‘Fundamental Rights of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities and Persons … Read more

Active Citizenship & Disability – Toward a 21st Century – Model of Supports for Persons With Disabilities

That was the title of the conference presenting the coming book on modern disability services to which ENIL has contributed this year. The book has been written by Dr Andrew Power a former member of … Read more

Children’s Rights for All!

There are around one million children with intellectual disabilities throughout the European Union. These children often find themselves subject to discrimination and exclusion from society, and are frequently denied the right to good quality education, … Read more

New research about children with disabilities

‘What are the most popular things to do with your family?’ The JAG Association in Sweden is collaborating with Jönköping University and two other organizations in a project about children participation in family activities. The … Read more

World Report on Disability by WHO

On the 9th of June at the UN Building in New York, USA the World Report on Disability was launched by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Bank. The report, created with information … Read more

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