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11/06/20

As we all know the educational community is getting more and more diverse. It has all started in 1954 with the Brown vs. Board of Education case when segregated schools...

18/05/20

The International Disability Alliance has launched a Hub-page to share the most recent updates on the COVID19. The aim of IDA is to support a disability-inclusive...

30/04/20

Families of individuals with special needs face particularly big challenges. How can they cope with the coronavirus pandemic and its reprecussions? An international...

21/04/20

The COVID-19 crisis has disrupted lives across the globe. While everyone is feeling the stress of disrupted routines, these sudden and dramatic changes can be especially...

23/03/20

The coronavirus is currently the dominant topic worldwide. The virus can be particularly dangerous for chronically ill people. Here you will therefore find an overview...

09/03/20

People with obesity are constantly shamed and blamed for their disease. This is because many people - including doctors, policymakers, and others - do not understand...

02/03/20

Rare Disease Day was on Saturday 29th of February. What is a rare disease? A disease defined as rare in Europe when it affects fewer than 1 in 2,000 people.

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24/02/20

Since 2006, Germany has been operating in accordance with the accessibility regulations that were put forward by the United Nations. This includes monitoring how persons...

17/02/20

In this International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, World Health Day 2020 will shine a light on the vital role played by nurses and midwives in providing health...

11/02/20

Some of the most common but hidden symptoms of MS are the changes people may experience related to cognition and their emotions. These changes can affect the way people...