A message from the project coordinator- December 2020
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Now that 2020 is coming to its end and that we are thinking about new years’ resolutions, inclusion can be a very good resolution to keep in mind for 2021.
Inclusion has been at the heart of ChildIN since the beginning of the project in 2018, with a focus on autistic children and their families. Two years later, the pandemic has made our daily lives more complicated, and especially those of the autistic community. Confinement, masks, hygiene protocols, social distancing… all these have created new barriers.
This is why inclusion can be a good resolution because it is about embracing everybody, without distinction. It is about having a place for everybody and being supportive and respectful of each others differences. We all need more than ever to be part of an inclusive community and to make sure that nobody is left out within the “new normal”.