In 2017, ENIL is planning a series of webinars, led by our Advocacy Officer Frank Sioen, on different topics related to ENIL’s work on the EU level. Next event is on 29 March, 19.00h CET.
ENIL is glad to present you an interesting paper on the impact of promoting accessible tourism, created by Gavin Toal and Michael Holden.
ENIL continues its work against Hate Crime during 2017 and plans to supply its members with regular updates. In this article you’ll find the first updates and future plans.
Take part in #ESNsurvey2017 of Erasmus Student Network – Your experience matters with and without international exchange experience!
Blog article by Marijeta Mojasevic (Montenegro) and a survey by the ENIL Youth Network.
ENIL launches a call for an Accessibility Auditor within the project “Facing all the Facts”.
On 27 January, ENIL’s Policy Officer Ines Bulic took part in a seminar on deinstitutionalisation in Nicosia, Cyprus, as part of ENIL’s involvement in the European Expert Group on the Transition from Institutional to Community-based Care (EEG). Read about the event here.
Last year, ENIL assisted our member CIL Serbia in organizing a study visit to London. The visit – which took place between 3 and 7 July – was part of the project “Strengthening political participation of persons with disabilities in the Republic of Serbia”. It was facilitated by Disability Rights UK (DRUK) and ENIL.
On 2nd February, the Council of Europe hosted an hour long session on its Facebook platform to discuss a diverse range of topics pertaining to disablement, activism and policy development.
You can find the most recent updates on the ENIL 2017 Freedom Drive in this article.
Demonstration to call for a strong European Accessibility Act – 6th March 2017, 12.00h, European Parliament, Brussels.
ENIL staff got enriched with one more member in October 2016. This is Natasa Kokic – a human rights activist with vast experience and knowledge. Below you can read more about her interests, past work and present duties within ENIL.
In February, these articles were published on the ENIL website.
ENIL presents you an interview from the recently launched blog of ÉFOÉSZ (The Hungarian Association of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities). László Bercse, Hungarian self-advocate and co-president of ÉFOÉSZ spoke with Senada Halilcevic – a self-advocate from Croatia.
A blog article by Bojan Tarabić from Serbia – on independent living, attitudes, prejudices and bluffs.
ENIL is recruiting a new Executive Director, who is to open new horizons and take the organisation onto the next stage of its development.
ENIL greets old and new members with a Happy 2017 – which is well under way!
Find the Registration Form and more information about the ENIL 2017 Freedom Drive in this article!
ENIL, in cooperation with the European Disability Forum (EDF), is working on a good practice collection on Independent Living. For the purpose, we have put together a survey, which we invite you to complete.
On 19 December, ENIL’s Policy Officer Ines Bulic took part in a roundtable on deinstitutionalisation in Bratislava, Slovakia. The aim of the roundtable was to discuss strategies on how to accelerate the reforms in the country, which had stalled in the past years.