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          • Fedvol - National Federation of Voluntary Bodies

            The National Federation of Voluntary Service Providers Supporting People with Intellectual Disability is the national umbrella organisation of voluntary/non-statutory agencies who provide direct services to people with intellectual disability and autism in Ireland on the basis of service arrangements with the HSE. (Source: Website)
            Ireland

          • Inspired Services Publishing

            Inspired services is the largest supplier of EasyRead in the UK and most probably the world. The last 22 years has seen well over 4,000 documents produced. It is an inclusive employer. Inspired was set up to empower people with learning disabilities worldwide and also give some people with learning disabilities real paid jobs. They supply EasyRead documents to everyone from the UN and WHO, the UK parliament and government, non-government bodies, local authorities, commercial organisations, banks, international advocacy groups and many others. They also do the EasyRead for other major translation companies. (Source: Website)
            United Kingdom

          • Association Artesens

            An association founded in Paris in 1995 by Françoise Reynette. The idea of Artesens is to make discover works of art belonging to our ancient and contemporary heritage by an interactive, artistic, educational and playful approach. The challenge is to bring into play the different sensory registers and more particularly the sense of touch, to develop an artistic awakening and to learn to "see" differently. (Source: Website)
            France

          • Ninlil

            Ninlil is an association against sexual violence against women with learning difficulties and multiple disabilities. (Source: Website)
            Austria

          • Ecumenical Humanitarian Organisation

            The Ecumenical Humanitarian Organization (EHO) was founded in 1993 in Novi Sad on the initiative of the World Council of Churches. It is a development organization that, through practical action, guided by Christian ethical values, contributes to building a just society in which differences are respected. (Source: Website)
            Serbia

          • CBM - Christoffel Blind Mission International

            The Christoffel Mission for the Blind (CBM) is an international development organization for people with disabilities. It is named after Ernst Jakob Christoffel, who traveled to the Orient in 1908 to help blind and otherwise disabled people. CBM's goal is to break the cycle of poverty and disability in developing countries and to create a better quality of life and equal opportunities for people with disabilities. (Source: Website)
            Germany

          • ASPAYM - Association of Paraplegics and Persons with Severe Physical Disability Madrid

            The Association of People with Spinal Cord Injury and other physical disabilities (ASPAYM Madrid) is the entity that represents the group of people with spinal cord injury, in defense of their rights and needs in all areas within society. ASPAYM was born in 1991 as an Association with its own legal personality and territorial scope of action in the Community of Madrid. (Source: Website)
            Spain

          • CLE - Leonardo Education Center

            Centro Leonardo is a consultant for important Italian publishers for the creation of inclusive textbooks dedicated to students with Special Educational Needs. Since 2014 it has been responsible for the accessibility of numerous school texts both in paper and digital format, bringing to school his innovative inclusive approach born from the clinical experience of several years. By improving text comprehension, concept maps, timelines, outlines, summaries and personalized verifications it helps transform a traditional history, geography, or science textbook into a text suitable for all students and all learning styles. (Source: Website)
            Italy

          • TCIPD - Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities

            Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities (TCPID) situated within the School of Education, Trinity College Dublin aims to promote the inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities in education and society. The Centre provides people who have intellectual disabilities with the opportunity to participate in a higher education programme designed to enhance their capacity to fully participate in society as independent adults. (Source: Website)
            Ireland

          • AISM - Italian Multiple Sclerosis Society

            AISM, Associazione Italiana Sclerosi Multipla, is the only organization in Italy that deals in a structured and organic way with all aspects related to multiple sclerosis (MS), through a comprehensive perspective that embraces the rights of people with MS, health and social services, promotion, direction and funding of scientific research. (Source: Website)
            Italy