Resources in Sweden
- Employability Institute in Vejbystrand
"The Employability Institute is an institute specially oriented towards occupational rehabilitation of physically disabled persons." Link is to the English page, rest of the site is in Swedish.
- European Network on Independent Living
Founded in 1989 at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, ENIL is the umbrella of individuals and organizations dedicated to promoting Independent Living among persons with disabilities and the general public in Europe.
- Hadar Foundation
(in Swedish) The Hadar Foundation of Sweden is focusing on accessibility through projects such as "Elderly care for deaf people" and "Accessibility consultants in Latvia". In the area of Education they are trying to develop "Special compulsory and upper secondary schools for students with disabilities" and "University preparation for students with disabilities."
- handicap + studie (In Swedish)
- Institute on Independent Living
"The Institute on Independent Living serves self-help organizations of disabled people who work for self-determination and equal opportunities. We provide information, training materials and technical assistance on personal assistance, advocacy, accessibility, legislation and peer support. We publish articles, reports, manuals or comments and other materials related to Independent Living."
- Svenska Handikappidrottsforbundet (SHIF)
In Swedish. The Swedish sports organisation for those with disabilities.
- Swedish Handicap Institute
The Swedish Handicap Institute (Hjälpmedelsinstitutet) is a national resource centre on assistive technology and accessibility for persons with disabilities. The activities of the Swedish Handicap Institute cover testing and procurement of assistive devices; research and development; analyses of needs, knowledge and method development; training and capacity building; international cooperation; and information dissemination. The Institute is run by the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs and the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions.
- Uloba - Independent Living Norway
The Institute's purpose is to promote the opportunities of persons with disabilities to gain more personal and political power, self-determination, full participation and equality through information, training materials, consultancy and technical assistance. The Institute works in cooperation with other organizations which support these aims at the local, national and international level, including self-help groups in developing countries.