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Bernard Heldt, vice president of ECCE, writes in this article about the development and the work of the European Co-operation in Anthroposophical Curative Education and Social Therapy.

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ECCE and the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

Bernard Heldt, vice president of ECCE, writes in this article about the development and the work of the European Co-operation in Anthroposophical Curative Education and Social Therapy. The article was published in "Punkt und Kreis, Zeitschrift für anthroposophische Heilpädagogik":

Bernard Heldt: ECCE and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (Punkt+Kreis Nr. 43, Eastern 2016)

The ECCE was set up in 1992 with the aim of representing persons with special needs and looking after their interests on a European level and doing this out of anthroposophy. Since then parents and professional organizations from almost all countries in Europe have become members. ECCE works with other established organizations on projects which aim to integrate people with special needs into society. ECCE member-organizations provide a wide range of facilities, including education, work, residential care, support of families, home help, and out-patient services.

More information:

www.ecce.eu

Contact:

ECCE – European Co-operation in Anthroposophical Curative Education and Social Therapy
Utrechtseweg 62
NL - 3704 HE Zeist
The Netherlands

Bernard Heldt
Tel: +31 6 5020 4989
b.heldt(at)ecce.eu
info(at)ecce.eu

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