Inclusion - Transforming Global Rights into Action

Documentation of the presentations 17 June 2010

vollversammlung: Familien und Selbstvertreter. Foto: Hans d. Beyer

Families and self-advocates as partners with governments and service providers in the implementation of the Convention 
Moderator: Laila Onu (Romania)

The Convention: Implications for self-advocates
Mia Farah (Inclusion International, Lebanon); Fadia Farah (Inclusion International, Lebanon)

The Convention: Implications for famiies
Elena Dal Bo (Asociacion Azul, Argentinia)
Speech of Elena Dal Bo (pdf - 626.3 KB) in Spanish language

The Convention: Implications for local and regional governments
Malu Dreyer (Minister for Social Affairs Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany) 
Speech of Malu Dreyer in German and English language

The Convention:  Implications for service providers
Dr. Laurenz Aselmeier (Bundesverband evangelische Behindertenhilfe, Germany) 
Speech of Dr. Laurenz Aselmeier (pdf - 214.8 KB) in German language

Focus session 3.1:
Empowering th self-advocacy movement
Moderator: Andrew Doyle (Scotland)

Inclusion International Self-Advocacy Task Force
Quincy Mwiya (Zambia); Mia Farah (Lebanon), Haydee Beckles (Panama);
David Corner (New Zealand)
Speech of David Corner (pdf - 2.8 MB) in English language

Fokus session 3.2:
The new role of services in the implementation of  UN  Convention
Moderator: Prof. Dr. Theo Klauß (Germany)

Meeting the needs of people with disabilities through mainstream and user-directed services
Karyn Kirkpatrick (Key Ring Support Networks, United Kingdom)
Speech of Karyn Kirkpatrick (pdf - 1.4 MB) in English language

Personal budget or a different income – Opportunitites and risks
Ramona Günther (Rat behinderter Menschen der Lebenshilfe, Germany)

Service providers and inclusion: Tensions, chances and perspectives
Franz Wolfmayr (EASPD, Austria)
Speech of Franz Wolfmayr (pdf - 272.2 KB) in German language

Fokus session 3.3:
Empowering families and all their members
Moderator: Anna MacQuarrie (Canada)

Creating support networks for parents and family members
Dr. Moussa Charafeddine (Lebanon)

The challenge of reconciling familiy and professional life 
Thérèse Kempeneers-Foulon (ANAHM, Belgium)

Fokus session 3.4:
Empowering people with complex needs and/or behaviour problems
Moderator: Maria Carmen Malbran (Argentina) 

The specific risks of systemic discrimination of people with complex needs: Results of a European study
Dr. Johannes Schädler (University of  Siegen, Germany)
Speech of Dr. Johannes Schädler (pdf - 3.1 MB) in English language

Empowerment and inclusion of people with complex needs
Beverley Dawkins (Mencap, United Kingdom)

Fokus session 3.5:
Empowering ageing people with intellectual disabilities and their parents
Moderator: Prof. Germain Weber (Austria)

Meeting the challenges of ageing people with intellectual disabilities and their parents
Philippe Delescaille; Etienne Oleffe (Belgium)
Speech of Philippe Delescalle (pdf - 257 KB) in German language
Speech of Philipp Delescalle (pdf - 255.8 KB) in English language

Independent living of ageing people with intellectual disabilities
Prof. Helmut Mair (University of Münster, Germany)
Speech of Prof. Helmut Mair (pdf - 480.7 KB) in German language

Living with dementia 
Judith Hoffmann (Leben mit Behinderung, Hamburg, Germany)
Speech of Judith Hoffmann (pdf - 1 MB) in German language

Fokus session 3.6: 
Their own theatre – the theatre workshop Bethel as an inclusive place of artistic development (introduction)
Chair: Matthias Gräßlin (Germany) and assistance of the Theaterwerkstatt Bethel
Musical performance
Christian Beckers (Germany)

Workshop 3.P1:
Empowering the self-advocacy movement
(continuation of fokus session 3.1)
Moderator: Andrew Doyle (Scotland)

Inclusion International Selfadvocacy Task Force
Quincy Mwiya (Zambia); Mia Farah (Lebanon); Haydee Beckles (Panama); David Corner (New Zealand)

Accessible information for people with intellectual disabilities
Anne-Valérie Dommanget (UNAPEI, France) 
Speech of Anne-Valérie Dommanget (pdf - 96.9 KB) in French language

Workshop 3.P2: 
Self-advocacy -- a key to independent living
Moderator: Reinhard Köbler (Austria)

Promotion of self-advocacy at school and in the community 
Wiltrud Thies (Lebenshilfe Gießen, Germany)
Speech of Wiltrud Thies (pdf - 1.2 MB) in German language

Building strong self-advocacy
Kevin Stone; Heather Forsyth; Christine Scott (VALID und NCID, Australia)
Speech of Kevin Stone (pdf - 776.7 KB) in English language

My right to an independent life
Paul Alford (Inclusion Ireland, Ireland)

Workshop 3.P3:
Vision 2030: How will people with intellectual disabilities live and work in the future?
Moderator: Anna MacQuarrie (Canada) 

Perspectives for the future of service providers
Raymond Ceccotto (APEMH, Luxemburg)
Speech of Raymond Ceccotto (pdf - 1 MB) in French language

How will my son or my daughter live and work in 20 years?
Keiko Sodeyama (Inclusion Japan, Japan)

Workshop 3.P4:
The right to live in the community: Advocates for change
Moderator: Connie Laurin-Bowie (Canada)

From institutions to community living: A case study of a campaign in Bulgaria
Kapka Panayatova (Centre for Independent Living, Sofia, Bulgaria)
Speech of Kapka Panayatova (pdf - 479.8 KB) in English language

The right way: A guide to closing institutions and reclaiming  a life in the community
Don Gallant (Canada)
Speech of Don Gallant (pdf - 388 KB) in English language

Launch of  Inclusion International's Global Study on de-institutionalisation 
Laurie A. Ertz (The Arc of the United States, USA) 
Speech of Laurie A. Ertz (pdf - 449.2 KB) in English language

Workshop 3.P5:
Self-determination and protection: a contradiction?
Moderator: Sonja Uhlmann (Spain) 

The  „neue“ role of parents 
Rolf Flathmann (National Parents Forum of  Lebenshilfe, Germany)
Speech of Rolf Flathmann (pdf - 249 KB)  in German language

How to balance self-determination and protection of people with intellectual disabilities
Dorota Tloczkowska (PSOUU, Poland) 
Speech of Dorota Tloczkowska (pdf - 575.1 KB) in English language

Workshop 3.P6:
Self-advocacy in developing countries: Examples of good practice
Moderator: David Corner (New Zealand)

Experiences from Afrika
Quincy Mwiya; James Mungomba (Zambia)
Speech of Quincy Mwiya (pdf - 285.4 KB) in English language

Experiences from Malaysia
Teoh Hooi Ting (United Voice, Malaysia)

Workshop 3.P7:
How families can use the UN Convention to promote change
Moderator: Vanessa Dos Santos (South Africa) 

New rights: Implications for families
Rima Al-Salah (Bahrein) 
Speech of Rima Al-Salah (pdf - 873 KB) in English language

How to give families a voice of implementing the UN convention: A case study from Columbia
Ines Escallon (Canada)
Speech of Ines Escallon (pdf - 470.3 KB) in English language

Workshop 3.P8: 
Focus on people with complex needs
Moderator: Dr. Johannes Schädler (Germany) 

Participation in school and working life 
Prof. Dr. Theo Klauß (Pedagogic University of Heidelberg,
Speech of Prof. Dr. Theo Klauß (pdf - 1.2 MB) in German language
Speech 2 of Prof. Dr. Theo Klauß (pdf - 583.8 KB) in German language

Living in an inclusive environment and self-advocacy
Prof. Dr. Monika Seifert (Catholic University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany)
Speech of Prof. Dr. Monika Seifert (pdf - 709.3 KB) in German language

Workshop 3.P9:
New legislation and its impact on families and self-advocates
Moderator: Thérèse Kempeneers-Foulon (Belgium)

The new French law - progress or obstacle for change?
Françoise Kbayaa (UNAPEI, France)

The Non-ratification of the Convention in Poland: Reasons and consequences 
Małgorzata Szeroczyńska (Anwältin, Poland) 

Workshop 3.P10: 
Planning one's future and developing one's identity
Moderator: Ulrich Hellmann (Germany)

Developing our own identity
Prof. Dr. Saskia Schuppener (University of Leipzig, Germany)
Speech of Prof. Dr. Saskia Schuppener (pdf - 686.8 KB) in German language

Self-determined future planning
Prof. Dr. Harald Goll (Universität of Erfurt, Germany);
Prof. Dr. Karl-Ernst Ackermann (Universität of Humboldt  Berlin, Germany)
Dr. Stefan Doose (Lübeck, Germany)
Speech of Prof. Dr. Goll, Prof. Dr. Ackermann und Dr. Doose (xps - 466.4 KB)in German language

A new role for person centred planning: The New Paths Project
Tobias Buchner (Lebenshilfe Österreich, University of  Wien, Austria);
Prof. Dr. Andreas Hinz (University of Halle, Germany) 
Speech of Tobias Buchner and Prof. Dr. Andreas Hinz (pdf - 326.9 KB) in German language

Workshop 3.P11: 
Their own theatre  – an experimental workshop
(continuation of Focus session 3.6)
Chair: Matthias Gräßlin (Germany) and assistance of the Theaterwerkstatt Bethel 

Workshop 3.P12: 
Their own theatre  – an experimental workshop
(continuation of Focus session 3.6)
Chair: Katrin Nowak (Germany) and assistance of the Theaterwerkstatt Bethel 

Theaterworkshop. Foto: Hans D. Beyer

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