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Nov 17, 2008, News

Good Practice / Bad Practice – Nov

The State Museum of Rhineland-Palatinate in Mainz, Germany, received an award for being fully accessible. The museum is listed in the National Register for Historic Buildings and is therefore placed under a preservation order, but it was still possible to provide accessibility for people with diverse disabilities. There are ramps and elevators as well as…

Nov 06, 2008, Role Models

Interview with Bulgarian PA user Vanya Pandieva

We interview Personal Assistance users from different countries on a regular basis. In August 08, ENIL PR Officer Tanja Richter talked to Vanya Pandieva. Vanya lives in the Bulgarian capital Sofia and is a member of the local Centre for Independent Living.  We talked to her when she visited the CIL Bad Kreuznach in Germany….

Aug 28, 2008, Role Models

Meet John Evans, from Petersfield (UK)

Interview August 2008 John is 58 and lives in Petersfield, UK. He is a freelance disability equality trainer. He is not only an ENIL Advisory board member but also at the European Disability Forum; a former chair of the British Council of Disabled People and joint founder of  Hampshire Centre for Independent Living.   How long…

Aug 28, 2008, Role Models

Meet Corinna Zolle, (Germany)

Interview with Corina Zolle, August 2008 What is your position in ENIL? I am a member of the Board and of the Management Committee. How long have you been involved with the Independent Living movement and with ENIL in particular? I have been involved with the IL movement since the middle of the 80s and…

Aug 28, 2008, News

Good Practise / Bad Practise

We publish examples of good and bad practise from around the world on a regualar basis. Read August’s examples.