The SafeSurfing project benefits from the vast experience of its partners in supporting people with intellectual disabilities, and advocating for their rights at European level.

Inclusion Europe logo Inclusion Europe is an association of people with intellectual disabilities and their families across Europe. Started in 1988, the organisation fights for equal rights for people with intellectual disabilities and their families across all walks of life. Inclusion Europe has a large network of members throughout Europe from local to national level.
Print Mencap is the voice of learning disability in the United Kingdom. Mencap supports people with a learning disability, their families and carers. Mencap works to improve services, challenge prejudice and directly support thousands of people to live their lives as they choose.
 ANFFAS_-_Associazione_Nazionale_Famiglie_di_Disabili_Intellettivi_e_Relazionali_-_Cesena_maxw300 Anffas Onlus, National Association of Families of People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities consists of a huge group of parents, families and friends of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Anffas has an headquarter in Rome and 169 local associations, 16 regional bodies and 48 Autonomous Anffas promotes principles of equal opportunities, non-discrimination and social inclusion and the protection of human rights of people with disabilities and their families’ members.
Logo-Plena-RGB Plena Inclusion is the Spanish Confederation of Organisations for People with Intellectual Disabilities. Founded in 1964, Plena Inclusión currently represents more than 140.000 people with intellectual disabilities, working to improve their quality of life and make sure the are included in society.
 logo_psouu PSONI, the Polish Association for People with Intellectual Disability is a national organisation established in 1991. The mission of the association is:

  • to protect human dignity, a place in the family and society and the quality of life of people with intellectual disability
  • to lead them to active participation in social life
  • to support them to become accepted and independent in their daily lives.