In November 2017, EPR gathered members, inspiring speakers and stakeholders at its annual Public Affairs event focused on Rights and Ethics in practice in social services, the topic of the 2017 EPR annual study. For the occasion, the main features of the study were presented by its author Marie Dubost, former EQUASS Manager. This study comprises a selection of inspiring practices collected with the purpose of illustrating how rights and ethics play a key role in quality service delivery. The selection panel, made up of representatives of ENIL, AGE Platform Europe, EQUASS and Inclusion Europe, were present at the event and took the floor in a panel debate with the audience.
Two of the inspiring practices were presented and The Council of Europe, represented by Katrijn Dekoninck, gave insights into the “Awareness raising on the rights of persons with disabilities” brochure published by this year as part of the Council’s strategy on the rights of persons with disabilities.
Find the report of the event below and see the pictures of the event here.