On Thursday 12th September 2019, EASPD Members from 8 different EU countries gathered in Brussels to deliver their messages on the pressing issues regarding service provision in their country and the role of the European Semester in contributing to a solution.
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The European Association of Service providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD) launches its latest report: “How to fund quality care and support services: 7 key elements”.
On the 11th of June 2019 EASPD gathered experts on disability policies at a roundtable discussion taking place in New York at the United Nations
On Wednesday 5th June 2019, the European Commission published its Country Specific Recommendations to each EU Member States, concluding the European Semester process for 2019.
As millions of Europeans begin to cast their vote in the European Parliament elections, EASPD speaks up on the key social issues that will affect their futures.
On the eve of the European elections, the European Association of Service providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD) and its partners, Dizabnet Federation, FONSS and FDSC, together with over 250 social sector leaders, have called for the sustainable funding of support services for persons with disabilities, to ensure the full implementation of the UN CRPD.
With the European elections fast approaching European Association of Service providers for Persons with Disabilities joins key stakeholders in Bucharest to discuss what the EU can do to #FundInclusion
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.
Worlds apart? A4i project launched to support collaboration between investors and social care providers
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.