When your organisation is a member of EPSA
you are able to:
- Speak about your self-advocacy organisation in Europe
- Find support for your local work
- Make contacts with other self-advocacy organisations
- Share information and experience with self-advocacy organisations in other countries;
- Tell people what is important to your self-advocates organisations
You also get:
- Addresses of other self-advocacy organisations
- Information about the work of other self-advocacy organisations
- Information about work done for persons with intellectual disability
- The newsletter for self-advocacy organisations
- All Inclusion Europe documents
If you want your self-advocacy organisation
to become member of EPSA, you should:
Read the constitution of EPSA.
This is a text that explains how EPSA works.
Read and understand the Conditions and Fees.
Download the Application form and fill it in.
Send it to:
Rue d’Arlon 55
Or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
When self-advocacy organisations join the European Platform of Self-Advocates, they become also member of Inclusion Europe.