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Preventing and combating violence against women is more relevant than ever in the time of COVID-19 – Autism Europe
8th May

2020

In response to COVID-19, many governments imposed strict restrictions on freedom of movement. This strategy has proven to be effective in reducing the spread of the pandemic and saving lives. However, many women and girls have suffered as a result of the ...

Positive Action Programme for Trainees with a Disability in the European council – Autism Europe
19th Apr

2020

The General Secretariat of the Council (GSC) guarantees 4-6 paid traineeships a year to EU nationals with a recognised disability in the framework “Positive Action Programme for Trainees with a Disability” for candidates with a recognizable ...

Take AE survey on the situation of autistic people during COVID-19 – Autism Europe
12th Apr

2020

Autism-Europe launches a survey on the situation of autistic people and their families during the COVID-19 spread. The measures introduced amid the COVID-19 spread in most European countries have had a major impact on the lives of autistic people and ...

Join AE campaign 2020-2021! – Autism Europe
6th Apr

2020

Today is World Autism Awareness Day, and Autism-Europe is launching a two-year awareness-raising campaign “I can learn, I can work”, to inform and raise awareness about how to promote access to education and employment for people on the autism ...

Call for good practices in the framework of our NAATE project on non-formal education for autistic youngsters – Autism Europe
31st Mar

2020

On 5 March, the Non-formal learning Activities for Autistic Teenagers in Europe (NAATE) project partners met in Brussels at the office of Autism-Europe to discuss innovative practices within the scope of non-formal learning and leisure activities for ...

The EU releases a new Gender Equality Strategy “about people in all their diversity” – Autism Europe
18th Mar

2020

On the occasion of International Women’s Day (March 8), the European Commission launched the EU Gender Equality Strategy, setting out key actions for the next five years and committing to ensuring that the Commission will also include an equality ...

“I can learn. I can work”. Campaign toolkit – Autism Europe
11th Mar

2020

In the framework of its Strategy 2018-2021, Autism-Europe is promoting access to quality inclusive education (including to university and vocational training) and access to employment. The toolkit of the campaign “I can learn. I can work” ...

EU nationals with recognised disabilities called to work for EU Institutions – Autism Europe
4th Mar

2020

The General Secretariat of the Council (GSC) guarantees 4-6 paid traineeships a year to EU nationals with a recognised disability in the framework “Positive Action Programme for Trainees with a Disability” for candidates with a recognizable ...

Tragic care home incident in Czech Republic highlights need for community-based care – Autism Europe
25th Feb

2020

The statement below has been released by the European Expert Group on the transition from institutional to community-based care (EEG – of which Autism-Europe is a full member-). The EEG coalition gathers stakeholders for promoting person-centred, ...

Getting ready for WAAD? Take part in our competition on employment! – Autism Europe
18th Feb

2020

As part of its awareness campaign 2020-2021, Autism-Europe has just launched the online competition “I can work” to celebrate and share positive initiatives for the employment of people on the autism spectrum. The initiative that will get the most ...