Self-advocates in Croatia: an interview with Senada Halilčević

Self-advocates in Croatia: an interview with Senada Halilčević

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“I fight for every person with a disability to be respected and treated with dignity.”

Senada Halilčević is a self-advocate from Croatia. Self-advocates are persons with intellectual disabilities, who stand up for their rights and the rights of their peers. Senada is not only a board member of Inclusion Europe, but also the leader of EPSA, the European Platform of Self-Advocates. She works at ASA, a Croatian association for self-advocacy.

László Bercse, a Hungarian self-advocate and the Co-president of Inclusion Europe’s member ÉFOÉSZ interviewed Senada during a self-advocacy meeting at Inclusion Europe. He asked her about her job, about the situation of people with an intellectual disability in Croatia and the question of how the European self-advocacy movement could be made stronger.

Read the full interview here.

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