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              • PRA173321 ROM Pentru Voi Foundation2

                Offering professional services of well-trained persons with intellectual disabilities to companies

                With its Social Enterprises programme the Pentru Voi Foundation promotes the social inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities in the work place through various activities, including personnel leasing, job coaching and skills enhancement training and collaborations with companies. 90% of the customers of these services are private companies.
                Pentru Voi Foundation, Social Enterprises, Romania

              • A goup of about 10 people, some of them blind, stand around a table while touching and feeling a wooden carved map of sorts. The camera zooms in on their hands. Next to the wooden map there lies a white cane.

                Inclusive club engaging with urban planners to create more accessibility for the blind

                The Urban Mobility Club, initiated in Bucharest, is a pan-European community that promotes the inclusion of people with disabilities in the urban life through workshops and other activities. In addition to people with disabilities, representatives of the real estate sector and the administration are encouraged to participate.
                The Alternative Methods of Social Integration Association, The Urban Mobility Club, Romania

              • Photo of Elisabeta Moldovan.

                A Biographical Graphic Novel Promoting Deinstitutionalization

                The story of Eli is inspiring greater independence for people with intellectual disabilities

                Published in 2017, Becoming Eli is the work of Dan Ungureanu and the first graphic novel to address institutional abuse suffered by children and adults, the majority with disabilities. Based on a true story of a young girl left in state care the book wants to show that with the right support deinstitutionalization is possible.
                Ceva de Spus Association, Gravis Novel Becoming Eli, Romania

              • A shortcut to the open labour market

                The Pro ACT programme targeted the employment of 40 people with disabilities in the open labour market by eliminating the typical steps taken by many organizations in this field, such as training, sheltered employment, or employment with a job coach. As of June 2016, all 40 clients of were employed.
                Pro ACT Suport Association, Romania

              • Two persons gardening in their community home.

                Preparing people with psychosocial and mental disabilities to live in their own homes

                Residents in one of the "Preparation for Independent Living Centres" are provided with personalised professional support, counselling, and training to prepare them for living independently. From 2012 to 2018, 50 people had received support services and 16 had successfully moved on to their own independent lives and accommodations.
                Pro ACT Suport Association, Romania