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The ParticipaTIC project is holding an International Symposium in France

The partners of the European project ParticipaTIC are holding an International Symposium: "Training, advocacy, disability. ParticipaTIC: strengthening the skills of social inclusion actors" on 4 and 5 June 2019 in Saint-Denis (France).

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What does justice mean for people with disabilities in the European Union?

International seminar focuses on barriers preventing people with disabilities from part-taking in the European Union justice system.

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The right to vote! Handéo releases guide to support persons with disabilities enjoy their right to vote

In light of the recent change of law in France, which enables people who are under guardianship to vote, Nexem’s partner, Handéo have released their updated guide "how to promote access to voting for people with disabilities"

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From theory to practice: IE+ partners take next steps towards supporting decision-makers to make evidence-based policy for inclusive education

Between 1st-5th April partners of the IE+ project hosted a training workshop in Sofia where they set the foundation for their training course that will support the creation of evidence-based policies for inclusive education.

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Last publications

Technical Briefing Note - EU Public Procurement and Social Services

Following European Commission's reply to a request for clarifications about the use of the EU Public Procurement Directive in tendering for social services, EASPD produced a technical briefing focused on the increased flexibility and expanded possibilities to take into account social considerations.

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Report release: EASPD Review of the European Disability Strategy 2010-2020

EASPD has released a report on the European Disability Strategy (EDS) 2010-2020.

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Press releases


EASPD has launched its own ‘2019 European Elections Webpage' where you can find EASPD’s latest reports on the European Elections as well as an overview of how each of the European political groups has committed to support the provision of high-quality services and the right of persons with disabilities. 


On 21-22 March 2019 EASPD brought together partners and key stakeholders to set the agenda on the future provision of comprehensive, human rights-based support services, which can meet the needs of Europe’s ageing population and older people with disabilities.


The a4i project aims to build up the capacity of social services, investors and authorities to know why, when and how to use private investment for projects in the field of social care and support.