Projects

Ongoing projects

ENI (European Neighbourhood Instrument) Empowering Belarus CSOs to Advocate for Social Inclusion and Promote Participatory Decision Making for People with Intellectual or Psychosocial Disabilities in 6 Regions of Belarus

In February 2016 ENIL started a 48-month project in Belarus in cooperation with Mental Health Perspectives (PSP), Office for the Rights of People with Disabilities (ORPD) as well as local and governmental authorities, civil society organisations and activists. People with intellectual or psychosocial disabilities (PIPD) are usually deemed to be legally incapable in Belarus and…

Researching Independent Living Across the World

The European Network on Independent Living (ENIL) begins working on a research paper on the implementation of Article 19 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), which sets out the right of disabled people to live independently and be included in the community. The research will seek to support the…

Facing all the Facts

CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe, in partnership with ENIL, has been awarded significant funding from the European Commission DG Justice, to support the new project: “Facing all the Facts”. Built on the success of the European project “Facing Facts! – make hate crime visible” (where ENIL is a partner), this new…

Completed projects

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 3-year project, ENIL will host two early stage researchers (ESRs) – Ciara Brennan and Orla Kelly – based at the…

INNOSERV – Social Platform on Innovative Social Services

ENIL is proud to be a member of the INNOSERV consortium, which started its work in February 2012. INNOSERV is a research project for innovative social services and was a response to the FP7-Cooperation call FP7-SSH-2011-3. The call proposed a social platform to be established to suggest innovative research agendas for social services which will…

‘Supporting the involvement of young disabled people in human rights advocacy at the national and European level – Training for Trainers’ Council of Europe Youth Study Session

ENIL is organising a weeklong study session at the Council of Europe Youth Centre, with the purpose of encouraging and supporting young disabled people in advocating for human rights in their countries and at European level. Participants will have an opportunity to gain a better understanding of disability issues and acquire skills to promote the…

Learnabil-IT

ENIL is a partner in the project called Learnabil-IT: Mutual Learning on skills for the ICT labour market for people with disabilities. This project will take place from Jan 1 – Dec 31, 2014. Learnabil-IT aims to promote the cooperation and mutual learning between the worlds of work and vocational education and training in the ICT…

ELOSH: Developing training for integrated housing and support in Europe

Maria Nyman, the director of Mental Health Europe and one of ENIL’s colleagues in the ELOSH project, was one of the key speakers at the ELOSH final conference “Housing and Support: successful ways to help people with complex housing needs”. The conference took place in Brussels on 15th September. In her speech Maria expressed her…