European Forum of Disabled People (FORUM)
Forum européen des personnes handicapées
Feb 1993, by disabled people and parents of disabled people who are unable to represent themselves, within the framework of H-XF1713 - Handicapped People in Europe Living Independently in Open Society (HELIOS) - Helios II programme. Ceased to exist on completion of Helios II, 31 Dec 1996, when replaced by F-XF4532 - European Disability Forum (EDF).
Advance disabled people's human rights and promote equal opportunities in relevant European institutions, international organizations and agencies of the European Union in accordance with the principles of non-discrimination; represent disabled people in the European Union through European NGOs and national councils of disabled people.
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Comprises: one member from the European Commission; one member from the employers' organization; one member from the trade unions; 15 representatives of national disabled councils; 12 representatives of European NGOs, one per sector of disability or integration. President is a member of NGOs.
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