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EASPD January Newsletter is out!

EASPD January Newsletter is out! Read it here.


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Virtual visit of EASPD exhibition “Revealed & Unveiled”

We are happy to announce that a virtual tour of the Photo Exhibition “Revealed & Unveiled” is now available online.

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All Children count but not all children are counted

EASDP signed the open letter to the UN and its member states "All Children count but not all children are counted" signed by over 250 children’s and disability rights organisations, and academics which argue that it is vital to ensure that the framework for monitoring the implementation of the SDGs captures children living outside of households and/or without parental care.  

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EU Draft Joint Employment report highlights difficulties for persons with disabilities and informal carers.

The European Commission launched their Autumn package in November, which outlines the European Commission’s economic and social priorities for the following year.

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Last publications

Newsletter: "20 Years on the Road. Join the trip"

EASPD has produced the newsletter "20 Years on the Road. Join the trip" on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. This publication summarises the milestones of the past 20 years whilst looking at the future challenges for the years to come to achieve high-quality support services for persons with disabilities in Europe.

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Press releases


The European Association of Service providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD) launches two studies to provide evidence that developing inclusive labour markets for persons with disabilities brings economic and social return for governments, society, businesses and persons with disabilities.


Launch of Improving Assistance in Educational Settings: a new project that explores the range of support offered in different education systems.


The European Commission launched on 17th November their Autumn Package, outlining their economic and social priorities for the year ahead. The package outlines the Commission’s view that additional investment is now needed to achieve an economic recovery which benefits all. EASPD welcomes this positive re-alignment from the European Commission to invest in people and social infrastructure.