to ask you To participate in was the outgoing mayor, the center Frédéric Leturque , who wanted her on his list of the "Arras pour Vous". the program Cleanliness, order, civility, and inclusion. These are the central points of the agenda of Laloux that aims to overcome barriers and prejudices that involve who lives with trisomy 21: "inclusion is important to me. I would like that young people like me could live normally. First of all, we're human beings." Some concrete points: reduce the height of the sidewalks, to insert messages in braille to the traffic lights. "I would like more cleaning, more space for the bikes, but also areas for dogs. In short, more life and more respect," he recounted in various interviews to the qutodiani French. the and The book: reference n et alors! After you have properly concluded his course of study, Eleonore, has found a job as a administrator in a hospital. For years an activist for the rights of disabled people, in 2014 published a book titled reference n et alors!. Works for the association Down Up and the one founded by his parents, les Amis d Eleonore, to fight against the social stigma. Oa has agreed to get involved in politics. A family that is always present Maryse and Emmanuel Laloux , have always fought for the integration of the daughter: "We always wanted to Éléonore, he could live like all the others". The 21 march 2016, on the occasion of the world Day of Down syndrome Éléonore he met Ségolène Neuville, secretary of State for people with disabilities and the fight against exclusion. And was received at the Elysee palace during the five-year term of François Hollande.
The mayor: "his commitment enriches us all" she is the outgoing mayor, vying for a third term, said: "Is propositions which are practical, realistic and interesting. His commitment to us each enriches the other. If elected will be a steward extraordinary" stresses Leturque, in office since 2011 in the city of 41 thousand inhabitants, in the department of Pas de Calais.
The French data on disability According to government data, France is approximately 2.7 million people are living with disabilities that involve physical limitations.
Sophie Cluzel , vice minister in charge of disability, has asked political parties to "make a place for people with disabilities," in their lists for the local elections in the 15-22 march. During the recent national conference on disability, the president Emmanuel Macron has announced the hiring of 15 thousand assistants in the next two years to help children with disabilities to go to school.
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