EUCAP presents 1-2 hour webinars on each Sunday of Autistic Acceptance Month 2023
- 2nd April
- 9th April
- 16th April
- 23rd April
- 30th April
You can register for just some of the webinars or all of them. Notice that you get the entry link in the confirmation email, and the same link works for all webinars
We work on autism acceptance all year round. In these webinars, we showcase some of the recent work by EUCAP projects and volunteers, and invite guests to comment and to present on topics related to each of our themes. We start with autistic people’s experiences of violence. The second webinar introduces our new project on Artificial Intelligence and autistic people’s rights. In the third one, we talk about reaching out to our colleagues outside Europe. Next, we come back to our 2021 survey, from which we have some new results. Finally, we cover the recent survey on autistic people’s views on ABA.
Who is it for?
For autistic people, for autism professionals, researchers, students, family members and allies of autistic people.
Participants from any part of the world are welcome.
The information will be updated throughout the month.
Speakers and topics
Heta Pukki: The need to reach out and improve understanding between autistic communities globally
Dr Anila Khan: Global Alliance for Person with Different, Additional and Special Needs (GAPDAS)
Ayaya Satsuki: The Otoemojite self-help-group and the practice of Tojisha-Kenkyu
Yadira Garcia and Giovanna Villarreal: Autistas de México and current issues faced by autistic communities in Mexico
Valeriia Shapovalova: Autistic communities and organisations and their current state of development in Ukraine
Annikka Suoninen: Autistic Priorities – results from the 2021 EUCAP survey
Speakers and presentations
Fiona received her autism diagnosis 14 years ago a year after her daughter at 3 years old. She is active in the wider autism communities, including working with networks of advocates to provide education and support and campaigning for ethical interventions and supports. As well as being an Executive Director of EUCAP, Fiona is a Committee member of the Autistic Mutual Aid Society Edinburgh, a Trustee of Scottish Autism and member of Inclusion Scotland's People Led Policy Panel (a pan disability Disabled People's Organisation). She is also on the Scottish Parliament Autism Cross Party Group and was the parent representative on the Scottish Government Autism Strategy Review Group (2018-2021).
About the presentation
Participation is free of charge, but please consider making a small donation to support us to pay our speakers and continue developing autistic people’s advocacy and international cooperation in Europe.