European Disability Forum
The European Disability Forum (EDF) is an independent non-governmental organisation that represents the interests of 80 million Europeans with disabilities. The European Disability Forum is the only European platform run by people with disabilities and their families. The European Disability Forum is the voice of people with disabilities in Europe.
Autism-Europe was a founding member of the European Disability Forum and currently has a member of the board on this organisation.
Platform of European Social NGOs
The Platform of European Social NGOs (Social Platform) is the alliance of representative European federations and networks of non-governmental organisations active in the social sector.
Autism-Europe was a founding member of the Social Platform.
The European Coalition for Community Living
The European Coalition for Community Living is a Europe-wide initiative working towards the social inclusion of people with disabilities by promoting the provision of comprehensive, quality community-based housing and living services as an alternative to institutionalisation.
Autism-Europe was a founder member of The European Coalition for Community Living.
The European Expert Group on the Transition from Institutional to Community-based Care
The European Expert Group on the Transition from Institutional to Community-based Care (EEG) is a broad coalition gathering stakeholders representing people with care or support needs and their families, including children, people with disabilities, homeless people, people experiencing mental health problems; as well as service providers, public authorities and intergovernmental organisations.
Association for Ethical Fundraising
Autism-Europe is member of the “Association for Ethical Fundraising”. Thus, Autism-Europe endorses its ethical code of conduct and respects donors’ right to information.
EPSO’s network of diversity and inclusion
Autism-Europe makes part of the EPSO’s network of diversity and inclusion organisations to promote EU careers amongst your members. Therefore, Autism-Europe regularly provides you with information on job opportunities in the EU institutions and published selection procedures.