Yesterday, 9th March 2016, the Zero Project presented its 2016 Report at the UN Human Rights Council in the UN Office in Geneva, Austria.
On 26th January 2016, ENIL submitted a position paper to the European Commission with the aim to outline the strengths of the proposed European Accessibility Act (EAA) and to propose changes that will ensure EAA is suited to the needs of all disabled EU citizens.
Less than a week after ENIL published its submission for the Day of General Discussion on Article 19 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) it is already available in Turkish!
This month Kamil Goungor – an ENIL intern and supporter – shares the story of his EVS experience…
On 19th April 2016, the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities will hold a Day of General Discussion (DGD) on Article 19 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) – the right of persons with disabilities to live independently and be included in the community.
The report from the conference celebrating the Day of Persons with Disabilities on 7-8 December 2015 – “Growing together in a barrier-free Europe” has just been released.
ENIL, through Jamie Bolling, visited APF – l’Association des Paralysés de France in Paris in January 2016. APF is an organisation for disabled people with many activities including the running of institutions.
The Zero Project 2016 conference happened. In Vienna, February 10th – 12th, the Zero Project 2016 Conference with over 500 persons had a flowing energy with networking at a high.
ENIL informs you that the European Commission will soon publish 28 country reports assessing the economic, social and employment situation in its Member states.
The Independent Living organization of Greece “i-living” was founded in December 2014 and is the only Greek organization that promotes Independent Living. “i-living” is a disabled people’s organization which follows the trend of modern human rights advocacy.
Autism Speaks is working on a project to empower adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder to move out of their family home and live as independently as possible, while remaining connected to the larger community.
Since 2014 ENIL, along with its members and supporters, celebrate Independent Living and its philosophy on May 5th – the European Day for Independent Living. Join us this year again!
The final events of the Independent Living Network (ILNET) project took place in December 2015 – January 2016.
Thursday, 21st January 2016, will be remembered as the day when the Netherlands finally has adopted the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UN CRPD). With this action the Netherlands becomes one of the last countries in Europe which officially recognises disabled persons’ human rights.
ENIL invites you to the travelling photo exhibition “Proud. Strong. Visible”, 20th January – 26th February 2016 in the “Gang Gallery” of “Mosaik GmbH” in Wiener Straße 148, Graz, Austria.
EASPD and Zero Project are collecting models of innovative good practices on Early Childhood! A call for nominations was launched in December 2015. It has now been extended until 31st January. So, if you are interested in submitting a nomination form, don’t miss this opportunity! This is how you can do this: Nominate a practice, following the instructions and completing the…
Lancaster University’s Centre for Disability Research announces its 8th Disability Studies conference. It will take place between 6th and 8th September 2016.
A little more than a year ago ENIL published a Myth Buster on Independent Living dealing with some of the most common misconceptions about disabled people, independent living and personal assistance…
The International Foundation for Applied Disability Research (FIRAH) today opens its 2016 Call for Projects for applied research on disabilities and an Autism and New Technologies Call for Projects.
In Valencia on December 15, 2015 ENIL with partners hosted a successful event on Personal Assistance as a tool for full participation in society and for leaving institutions behind.