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Inclusion Europe organised the Policy Seminar "Putting citizens at the centre of politics", final event of the European project New Paths to Inclusion Network, on 19 November 2015 at the European Parliament. The seminar was the occasion to learn from success stories of person-centred planning in a large number of countries and settings. Partners from the New Paths to InclUsion Network shared the good practices they collected during the project, proving that person-centred planning is an effective tool in the implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.




Find below the PowerPoint presentations of the speakers at the event:

What is person-centred planning - Oliver Koenig, Queraum

Using person-centered planning in implementing the UN CRPD on a regional level - Stefan Doose, Ostholstein Regional Authority

Participation as the key to creating inclusive societies - Magdi Birtha, Inclusion Europe

Promoting independent-living in Croatia - Slavenka Martinovic, COO Validus and Bozidar Kobasic

Supported decision-making through person-centered approaches - Milena Johnova, Quip 

Policy Recommendations  - Aleksandra Ivankovic, Inclusion Europe