Get Involved

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  • Spread the word

Explain what’s happening and discuss the Right to Act with your family, friends, classmates, and colleagues.

Take a photograph of yourself displaying the Right to Act poster (I CAN ACT) and add it to your Facebook page, blog, and tweet your picture (with the hashtag #RightToAct), this website and the Right to Act campaign, add a link to your personal or professional webpage to help spread the word.

Take a picture with the Right to Act poster (I CAN ACT) and send it to us: Please include your name, location, and a short message explaining why the Right to Act is important to you.

  • Raise awareness about the Right to Act

Organise an event to discuss the Right to Act in your country or local community. You can hold events with people with disabilities, family members, activists, researchers and professionals. If you have an event, send us a photo and a brief description of the event, and we’ll post it to this blog.

Like our facebook page!

Tweet about this! #RightToActCampaign

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  • Share your story!

Send us a story about you with a picture, and we will post it on this blog:

Were you ever denied the Right to Act?

Tell us about a time you exercised the Right to Act!



This document has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Union. The contents of this document are the sole responsibility of PERSON (Partnership to Ensure Reforms of Supports in Other Nations) and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the European Union.