We are now open to receive applications from young people with MS living in the Czech Republic, Spain, France, Greece, Italy, UK and Portugal. Find the registration form and role descriptions on the dedicated page.
EMSP organised an all-day workshop on employment for people with disabilities, on 29 July, in Brussels, as part of its new Paving the Path to Participation (PPP) project, already acknowledged through a grant awarded by the European Commission’s DG Justice Progress programme.
The event gathered around 30 stakeholders from MS societies, the broader NGO sector, the industry and a representative of DG Justice, Ms Hana Velecka.
EMSP's newsletter for July 2014 covers the past two months looking back at a number of very important achievements in advocacy and awareness-raising for people living with MS in Europe.
The main points from this issue of the Web Alert:
- Preparation for ACTRIMS-ECTRIMS 2014;
- Workshop on employment under the Paving the Path to Participation project;
- Launch of the Under Pressure Spanish video;
- EMSP-EBC article on MS published in The Times.
EMSP is launching the 2013 edition of its MS Barometer to mark the 28th May 2014, when the global MS community celebrates World MS Day.
Find the Barometer here.
EMSP and its partners are also providing member societies and other interested parties with a collection of country factsheets including key benchmarks in MS management for 26 EU countries, plus Norway and Switzerland.
Find the factsheets here.
EMSP's Anniversary Spring Conference 2014 was a success and as proof of this we have received many requests from our members and partners to provide easy access to the insightful presentations delivered on 8-9 May, in Dublin.
We therefore enclose the documents in this post and trust our constituency and stakeholders will put them to good use.
Please click on the headline of this article to access the presentations.
EMSP is glad to officially announce that its recent efforts to raise awareness of employment for people with MS have already received an important recognition from behalf of European Union bodies in the form of a grant amounting to a maximum of EUR 86,631.