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  • ENIL Webinar on Independent Living Summary

    ENIL Webinar on Independent Living Summary

    The European Network On Independent Living, a cross – disability rights civil society organization covering the continent – has hosted a seminar working towards ensuring that all disabled people can live independently. Among the speakers were activists and advocates of the social model of disability, the deinstitutionalisation movement, and the disability movement. Representing the UK was Simone Aspis who reflected on the 12 pillars of independent living and segregation in educational settings in the UK.

  • European Network on Independent Living (ENIL)

    There’s more to Europe than Brexit! The European Network on Independent Living (ENIL) is a Europe-wide network offering a forum for all disabled people, independent living organisations and their non-disabled allies on the issues of independent living.

  • Should Disabled People be Concerned After Brexit?

    It’s early days but what may be the possible consequences of Brexit for disabled people? Disability charities and disabled people are starting to express their views and concerns in the aftermath of the Referendum result.

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