Using ESIF for deinstitutionalisation: Comparing the Slovak and Czech Experience – EP Disability Intergroup 27 September 2016

The Use of the European Structural and Investment Funds for Deinstitutionalisation – Comparing the Slovak and Czech Experience.

An event hosted by the Vice-Chairs of the European Parliament Disability Intergroup –
Jana Zitnanska (ECR) and Olga Sehnalova (S&D).

Date: 27 September 2016.

Time: 09:00 – 11:30am.

Location: European Parliament Brussels, room A1H1.

Programme: Available here (pdf).

Presentations from speakers:

Czech Republic

  • Milan Šveřepa, Inclusion Europe – ‘Making significant progress, missing important opportunities. Status quo in Czechia and opportunities of the ESIF 2014-2020′ – available to download (pdf)
  • Radek Rosenberger, ‘CSS Stod – a specific example of the use of ESF’ – available to download (pdf)

Slovak Republic

  • Miroslav Cangár, Maria Machajdíková and Denisa Nincová, ‘Deinstitutionalisation more than just politics. The use of European Structural and Investment Funds for Deinstitutionalisation’ – available to download (pdf)

  • Video screening of persons who used to live in an institution start to live independently in the community – available to watch here

 

The event was live streamed via the following Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/OlgaSehnalova/?fref=ts

The European Parliament Disability Intergroup

The Disability Intergroup is an informal grouping of Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) from all nationalities and most political groups who are interested in promoting disability policy in their work at the European Parliament as well as in the national contexts. The Disability Intergroup is one of the oldest Intergroups of the European Parliament; it was established in 1980.  

Find out more about the Disability Intergroup including a list of its members on the website of the European Disability Forum.

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