EUROPEAN NETWORK ON INDEPENDENT LIVING BRUSSELS (ENIL)
WARNING: As this organisation lists one or more EP accredited lobbyists, it is highly improbable that its lobbying costs are lower than €10,000.
WARNING: The lobbying costs declared by this organisation are extraordinarily high and may therefore have been over-declared.
600,000€ - 699,999€
Lobbyists declared: 6 FTE (7)
WARNING: The number of full time equivalent lobbyists declared by this organisation are extraordinarily high and may therefore have been over-declared.
Lobbyists with EP accreditation: 4
Meetings with European Commission: 2
Lobbying costs over the years:
EUROPEAN NETWORK ON INDEPENDENT LIVING BRUSSELS (ENIL)
Registration on EU Transparency Register
Goals / Remit
The European Network on Independent Living (ENIL) is a Europe-wide network of people with disabilities, with members throughout Europe. ENIL is a forum for all disabled people, Independent Living organisations and their non-disabled allies on the issues of Independent Living. ENIL represents the disability movement for human rights and social inclusion based on solidarity, peer support, deinstitutionalisation, democracy, self-representation, cross disability and self-determination.
ENIL promotes equal opportunities for disabled people and fights against discrimination in Europe. ENIL addresses the under-representation of persons with extensive disabilities in European disability and social politics, as well as in mainstream society. ENIL’s mission is to:
Promote the Independent Living philosophy among disabled people, general public, national policy makers, government administrations, as well as among regional bodies such as the European Union, the Council of Europe and the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE);
Develop the concept, principles and definition of Independent Living. Promote the development of Centres of Independent Living throughout Europe and enhance solidarity and networking among them;
Carry out training and awareness raising activities at the European level;
Represent Independent Living Organizations and the Independent Living movement at the European level and in different European bodies and organizations (the European Disability Forum, Disabled People’s International etc.);
Combat social exclusion and discrimination through policies which promote Independent Living of disabled people. Make the Independent Living framework instrumental to end discrimination against disabled people in Europe;
Embrace the social model of disability in acquiring independence and self-determination by overcoming the barriers of the medical and attitudinal models.
ENIL is an NGO made up of individuals and organizations promoting equal opportunities and fighting against multiple discrimination of disabled people. All its members are to follow and support Independent Living values, principles and practices. ENIL addresses the under-representation of persons with extensive disabilities in European disability politics and social organizations as well as in mainstream society.
ENIL’s mission is to advocate and lobby for Independent Living values, principles and practices, namely for barrier-free environment, provision of personal assistance support and adequate technical aids, together making full citizenship of disabled people possible. ENIL’s activities target European, national and local administrations, politicians, media, and the general society. ENIL works to strengthen the empowerment of disabled people mainly through providing resources for peer counselling and peer training. ENIL enhances the European disability network by providing the arena for the sharing of experience of services and in providing economical, logistics and technical expertise. This as well as by being a strong network of grassroots activists.
ENIL works directly with disabled individuals, organizations (mainly Centres of Independent Living), politicians, social agents, media, the business world and any individual or organization interested in learning about Independent Living history, values, principles and its practical application.
That which makes ENIL different from other disability-related European organizations is its make-up of strong grass roots guided by the social model approach; the dedication of us as members to promote, advocate and lobby for social change (empowerment of disabled people to take control over their lives); and the transferability of the Independent Living principles into applicable practices. ENIL represents a disability movement for human rights and social inclusion based on solidarity, peer support, de-institutionalization, democracy, self-representation,
European Disability Strategy 2010 - 2020 Europe 2020 Strategy (European Semester) European Structural and Investment Funds Enlargement (Progress Reports) European Accessibility Act Pillar of Social Rights
ENIL- OFFICE, rue de l'industrie 10 Mundo-j Mundo-j
Tel: 32 28932583
Lobbyists with EP accreditation
ENIL staff are based in Belgium, the UK and Bulgaria.
Person in charge of EU relations
Person with legal responsibility
ENIL has participatory status with:
Council of Europe
ENIL is a member of:
European Coalition for Community Living
European Disability Forum
European Expert Group on the Transition from Institutional to Community-based Care
Alliance Against Disability Cuts
ENIL is represented on:
EU Fundamental Rights Agency Advisory Panel
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Expert groups (European Commission)
Structured Dialogue with European Structural and Investment Funds' partners group of experts#E03226 #http://ec.europa.eu/transparency/regexpert/index.cfm?do=groupDetail.groupDetail&groupID=3226 #Member #C
Intergroups (European Parliament)
Disability Intergroup Intergroup on Active Ageing, Intergenerational Solidarity and Family issues
Industry forums (European Parliament)
Meetings with European Commission2 meetings found.
The list below only covers meetings held since November 2014 with commissioners, their cabinet members or directors-general at the European Commission; other lobby meetings with lower-level staff may have taken place, but the European Commission doesn't publish information about such meetings. All information below comes from European Commission web pages.
- 24 Apr 2018 - Baudouin Baudru - MFF (DG Employment)
- 24 Mar 2017 - Sara Nelen - Work-Life Balance (DG Better Regulation)