In order to multiply its impact on the EU policies, Inclusion Europe is a member of several umbrella organisations and civil society alliances:
Inclusion International is a global federation of family-based organizations advocating for human rights of people with intellectual disabilities worldwide. It represents over 200 member federations in 115 countries throughout five regions: Middle East and North Africa, Europe, Africa and the Indian Ocean, the Americas, and Asia Pacific.
The European Disability Forum is an independent NGO that represents the interests of 80 million Europeans with disabilities. EDF was created in 1996 by its member organisations to defend issues of common concern to all disability groups, and to be an independent and strong voice for disabled citizens towards the EU institutions and other European authorities.
Social Platform aisbl is the largest civil society alliance fighting for social justice and participatory democracy in Europe. Consisting of 46 pan-European networks of NGO’s, Social Platform campaigns to ensure that EU policies are developed in partnership with the people they affect, respecting fundemental rights, promoting solidarity and improving lives.
The European Coalition for Community Living is a Europe-wide initiative working towards the social inclusion of people with disabilities by promoting the provision of comprehensive, quality community-based services as an alternative to institutionalisation.
Inclusion Europe became one of its founding members in August 2005 after the need for an initiative to promote de-institutionalisation and the development of community-based alternatives was demonstrated by the findings of project Included in Society.
Federation of European and International Associations established in Belgium (FAIB) is a non-profit, non-political association that promotes and defends the interests and activities of its members.
The European Year of Citizens Alliance (EYCA) is an open network of European and national civil society organisations willing to promote active citizenship as a core element of the European democracy in the frame of the European Year of Citizens 2013.’