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Our main areas of work

We have different groups called special interest groups and standing committees.
These groups look at issues that are important to disabled people, so they can help make things better.

 

 
Our members are part of these groups.
Our members are organisations who provide services to disabled people in Europe.

 

 
The groups do work on:

 

  • The right to work and have a job

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  • Inclusive education.

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  • Independent living.

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  • Quality of services - making services better.

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  • Funding for services - how services get their money.

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  • User involvement - involving disabled people in services.

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  • Person-centered technology - equipment that makes life easier.

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The groups take part in projects.
Projects help us
• find out new things
• share information
• and find new ways of working

 

to make things better for people with disabilities.

 

 
The groups do research.
Research is where people spend time collecting information to find out new things.

 

 
They help to improve policies.
Policies are the rules about how we do things.

 

 
They do this by writing reports and giving advice to governments.

 

 
The work of the groups is based on the experiences and knowledge of our members.

 

 
They do this work to make sure services are working in the best way for disabled people.