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InclusionIntl
The international network of people with intellectual disabilities and their families
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MPiggot May 24
Another day another revelation of the unacceptable care people with intellectual or learning disability and autism are enduring. What are our elected representatives doing about it? ?
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Cllr. Sara Pickard May 24
Column I write for . about the global work that I do internationally.
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InclusionIntl May 23
Replying to @BBCPanorama
All around the world, our members are working to close institutions. We urge the world to take action on inclusion
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InclusionIntl May 23
Replying to @BBCPanorama
Today, MPs in UK Parliament discussed the horrors witnessed and called for institutions to be closed and for people with intellectual disabilities to live in the community with the support they need and deserve. /3
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InclusionIntl May 23
Replying to @BBCPanorama
Last night in the UK exposed that the torture, abuse and violence in institutions is still going on. 2/
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InclusionIntl May 23
8 years ago in the UK we saw the horrors of abuse and violence against people with intellectual disabilities at Winterbourne View 1/
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InclusionIntl May 23
Institutions deny people basic rights of citizenship, personal control, privacy, decision-making and inclusion in the community. Take , demand to
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Oliver Lewis May 22
Poor training and poor staff selection... umm yes, but the problems are structural. No-one should be in an institution. Everyone has the right to live in, and be included in, the community.
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Fatma Wangare Haji May 22
Inclusion works project in Bangladesh. It is always a pleasure to share skills and knowledge with self advocates and families.We hope the project will equip our members with tools and skills to advocate for inclusive employment
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Carla Qualtrough May 22
Pleased to share that our government intends to accept all Senate amendments to Bill C-81, the Act. This historic Bill reflects the work, commitment and contributions of the disability community and has been improved upon through each phase of the process.
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Mencap May 22
Tonight's highlights that the health and social care system is continuing to fail people with a learning disability. Hear more from .
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KHS International May 22
The June Summit is presented w/featured partner , pre-conference partner , & lead sponsor . Panelists include Daniel Castellanos, , Jaime Cruz Juscamaita, Debra Robinson, & Diana Zgherea, & emceed by Bill Krebs & .
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Inclusion Europe May 22
Tomorrow, the will start: Are you a self-advocate, family member or activist in the movement? Will you be 🗳️ voting? Take a 🤳selfie in front of the polling station & share it with us using ! ▶️ Become our 🦸‍♀️🦸‍♂️ Voting Champion!
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IDDC May 22
📢📸📢 DON'T MISS photocontest "Inclusion together - Leave No One Behind" 👥Open to amateur and professional photographers 📅Deadline 18/08/2019 📩eddw@iddcconsortium.net 🔎More info on 🏆10 best pic. unveiled during EDDW
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Riadis | OFICIAL May 21
Global Disability Summit Argentina 2019 The most important event for persons with disabilities in Latin America is coming Inclusion is possible, is urgent, is now! Buenos Aires, Argentina June 6,7 and 8 16 DAYS LEFT, visit your website:
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Riadis | OFICIAL May 21
El evento más importante para las personas con discapacidad en latinoamérica está cerca, faltan 16 días, "la inclusión es posible es urgente es ahora, es ya", en buenos aires Argentina del 6 al 8 de junio, visita su página web:
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Inclusion Ireland May 21
2370 people with disabilities living in institutions in Ireland, despite the 2011 ‘Time To Move On Report’ saying all institutions should close by 2018. Read our paper on deinstitutionalisation here: Campaign page
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InclusionIntl May 21
We are currently in Bangladesh for our workshop. 15 people attended our parents and staff consultation. Participants came from SWID Bangladesh, SEID Trust, and the Bangladesh Down Syndrome Society!
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InclusionIntl May 21
We are currently in Bangladesh for our workshop. 26 self-advocates attended the consultation on barriers to . 15 are currently in formal sector employment, 9 are unemployed and 2 are self-employed.
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Empower Us May 20
Our fellow from will be speaking at USA member with other global self-advocates. Jaime will also lead training at the summit with Tia from We're excited to take part!
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