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The European Disability Forum

The European Disability Forum is an independent NGO that represents the interests of 80 million Europeans with disabilities. EDF is the only European platform run by persons with disabilities and their families. We are the front runner for disability rights. We are the voice of persons with disabilities in Europe.


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THE EU MONITORING FRAMEWORK RENEWS ITS COMMITMENT TO PROMOTE THE UN CONVENTION

Brussels, 4 March 2015 | At today's high-level meeting of the EU Monitoring Framework on the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, the European Commission, represented by Director-General Michel Servoz, Members of the European Parliament Ádám Kósa, Rosa Estaràs Ferragut and Helga Stevens, the European Ombudsman Emily O'Reilly, the Director of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights Morten Kjaerum and the Vice-President of the European Disability Forum Gunta Anca renewed their commitment to promote, protect and monitor the rights of persons with disabilities in the EU in line with the UN Convention.

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EUROPEAN ECONOMIC STRATEGY FAILS TO INCLUDE EUROPEAN CITIZENS WITH DISABILITIES

Brussels, 23 February 2015 | At EDF's Board meeting in Latvia this weekend, members took part in a general discussion on Europe 2020 and the European Semester process. New evidence came to light of the negative impact that this agenda has on persons with disabilities across the EU.

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80 MILLION PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES CALL FOR ACCESSIBLE INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

Latvia, 21 February 2015 | The disability movement in Europe gathered this weekend in Jurmala, Latvia for EDF’s Board meeting. Before the meeting, a European conference on information and communication technologies for persons with disabilities was organised bringing together more than 150 participants from all around Europe.

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