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Across Europe almost 9000 children have drawn what they want to change for disabled people in 2003 in a competition organised for the 2002 European Day of Disabled People. 15 winners have been selected - one for each EU Member State and their drawings are now the official EYPD e-cards!

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Friendship doesn't discriminate on looks or difference, because everybody is unique (Meri Niskanen, Finland for the EDDP drawing competition) Feeling free!? I have drawn a bike that is easy for me to cycle so that I can play outside with my friends.
Skate for freedom!  designed the world as I see it, in colour. My drawing shows a disabled boy playing basketball and scoring.
Physically disabled people without arms can also drive a car with their feet. They can be taxi drivers or they can deliver pizza. I would like to fly to discover the many faraway places I don't know. My picture depicts children playing together, having fun.
I've drawn a bus for people with disabilities. We should help children with disabilities Schoolyard of our dreams My work is a painting of different shapes and colours because we all are different, but we have the same rights.?
Mandy's drawing expresses the joy in life This is a girl who plays tennis and she has just one arm Victory! ? the pavements in my area have been changed.
There is horse and dolphin therapy for disabled people in some countries
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