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Volunteering and Inclusion

Members of Papillon Blanc Lille outline a range of different strategies to support the inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities using different forms of voluntary action. 

This webinar was hosted by Papillon Blanc Lille and is part of the Day Centres Without Walls Project co-funded by Erasmus+ and IKY.

The webinar was recorded on 14th October 2021. 

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