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Time to unleash the social economy for inclusion & jobs

EASPD commits to supporting the growth of the Social Economy and inclusive societies at Annual Conference in Varna

Today in Varna, Bulgaria, the European Association of Service providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD) opened its Annual Conference: ‘Social Economy as an Effective Model for Social Inclusion', with a call for all stakeholders to join it in its commitment to support Europe’s growing Social Economy and ensure the inclusion and the participation of all in society.

Taking-up the challenge: A digital society that can ensure inclusion for all!

EASPD to raise awareness of Assistive Technologies as a human rights enabler at the United Nations in New York

On the 13th June the European Association of Service Providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD) will co-host a side event at the 11th Conference of States Parties to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UN CRPD). The event will focus on the role of assistive technologies to enable people with disabilities to enjoy their rights.

Collaboration for Innovation: New platform unites researchers and practitioners to turn innovation in disability services into reality

13th March saw the first launch of the first EURECO Forum, which aims to support more innovative research on inclusive community development, through collaboration between service providers, researchers and persons with disabilities.

Ce n’est pas le handicap, mais la capacité d'une personne qui compte!

Pour son 20ème anniversaire, l'Association européenne des prestataires de services pour les personnes en situation de handicap (EASPD) a organisé le jeudi 20 Octobre la conférence «Développer ensemble les services d’accompagnement de demain". Plus de 250 délégués de toute l'Europe ont participé aux discussions sur la façon de développer ensemble les services d’accompagnement de demain, ce qui permet la pleine intégration dans la société des personnes handicapées.