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Launch of ProACT Transferability Study in Barcelona reveals interest among social care & support services in digital solutions for integrated care

On 4th October EASPD, AAATE, and AIAS Bologna organised a networking event to launch the Transferability Study of ProACT project.

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AMiD project meeting in Tampere and Community Advisory Board meeting in Brussels

The AMiD partners provide an update of their latest meetings of their project partners in Finland and their AMiD Community Advisory Board in Brussels

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Conference on European Web Accessibility Regulations

The Global Initiative for Inclusive ICTs (G3ict) and the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP) are organising a full day conference on European digital accessibility regulations and their upcoming impact on public and private sector organisations in all fields of activity across EU Member States.

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To Inclusive Education and BEYOND!

The BEYOND Project, which aims to facilitate the transition towards inclusive education systems, by empowering special schools and service providers supporting children with special needs, kicked-off with a meeting in Brussels last week.

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Dernières publications

Newsletter: "Rejoignez-nous dans le voyage ! 20 ans sur la route"

EASPD a produit la newsletter "Rejoignez-nous dans le voyage ! 20 ans sur la route" à l'occasion de son 20e anniversaire. Cette publication résume les étapes des 20 dernières années, tout en regardant les futurs défis pour les années à venir pour atteindre des services d'accompagnement de haute qualité pour les personnes handicapées en Europe.

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Communiqués de presse


On 18th October EASPD and its partners co-organised the European Conference on “Social Infrastructure Investment: from local innovative ideas to InvestEU funded projects”.


If the next EU budget is to deliver on the issues that matter most to Europeans it must focus on high-quality in support and social care services.


It’s time to unlock the potential of technology and digitalisation for support services for people with disabilities