2022/1 | “The most important thing is not to be afraid of us”: The life story of Sándor Harmati

Sándor Harmati (1957–2020) is one of Hungary’s best-known self-advocates, a participant and speaker at numerous Hungarian and international conferences. He was committed to abolishing guardianship and building a Supported Decision Making system in order to enhance the self-determination of disabled people. In June 2019, we had the honor of being the guests of Sándor, listening... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2022.1.10

2020/2 | Narratives of Struggle: Lifelong Guidance and Future Planning Alternatives for People with Disabilities in Hungary.

Our participatory research entitled ‘Carry on! The development of lifelong guidance services supporting lifelong learning through the training of professionals in the field of special needs education and employment’ maps the experiences of disabled students in the Hungarian school system and focused on their networks. We have integrated the results of our research organically into... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2020.2.6

2020/1 | Pillanatgondolatok a COVID-19 járványról

Részlet a tanulmányból: “1. Szupranacionális kapcsolódás. Az ENSZ májusi szakpolitikai összefoglalója (2020) szerint a COVID-19 globális válsága elmélyíti a meglévő egyenlőtlenségeket, felfedi a kirekesztés mértékét, és kiemeli, hogy a fogyatékossággal élő emberek önrendelkező életének elősegítése, befogadásuk támogatása elengedhetetlen a járvány idején is. A világ különböző országaiban élő egymilliárd fogyatékos ember a társadalom egyik leginkább kirekesztett … Read more

DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2020.1.1

2018/1 | Experiences of an Innovative and Inclusive Curriculum Development in Higher Education

In this paper, experiences of a three-year training development project, realised in the Path of Deinstitutionalization – Urgent Moves programme, are presented. The course titled ‘Theory and Practice of Supported Living’ is the outcome of the development, which includes many innovative elements. From these, we highlight the diverse cooperation with national and international higher education... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2018.1.7

2018/1 | Parenting in the Lives of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities

The questions of childbearing and parenting in the life of persons with intellectual disabilities are very marginal both in research and professional practice. Although international guidelines emphasize the total social participation and self-determination of persons with disabilities, protectiveness is more common at a local level in connection with sexuality and childbearing. Parenting capacity involves the... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2018.1.5