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Equipping professionals with the necessary knowledge and tools to support autistic people in navigating their sexuality and gender identities, while fostering a safe and inclusive environment

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This is F.A.C.T.S.

Autistic people deserve equitable access to understanding and enjoying their sexuality and gender identity. Recognising this need, F.A.C.T.S. aims to equip professionals with the knowledge and tools necessary to support autistic individuals in navigating their sexual feelings, desires, and identities. All while fostering a safe and inclusive environment.

F.A.C.T.S. is an EU-funded, Erasmus+ project. Learn more about Erasmus+ projects here.

Where can you find us? Discover our events

The F.A.C.T.S project is involved in many events and represented at several congresses, meetings, and conferences. Throughout the duration of the project, Multiplier Events are taking place across Europe.

Read more here and discover the reports and testimonies of the previous MEs, directly from the organisers and participants.

Drivers of change: who is
behind F.A.C.T.S.?

Get to know the partners


"Ploes" E.Psy.Me. (Psycho-Social Research Organization) is a non-governmental organisation, founded in 1998, by mental health professionals from different scientific sectors and training fields.
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CADIAI is an Italian social cooperative, founded in 1974 in Bologna by 24 women coming from domestic and precarious work experiences.
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Centre de la Gabrielle

Centre de la Gabrielle is one of several structures founded in 1972 by Mutualité Fonction Publique Action Santé Social (MFPass).
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Autism Europe

Autism-Europe (AE) is an international non-profit association established in 1983. AE is comprised of almost 90 member associations in 40 countries (including 26 member states).
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The Cyprus Certification Company (Cycert) is the most dynamic accredited certification body in Cyprus established in 2002.
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The Research Center of Biopolitics is part of Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences (RECEBI) is an autonomous unit that operates within the framework of the oldest Department of Sociology in Greece.
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Institute for Community-based Social Services Foundation (ICSS) is a non-profit organization, which operates in Sofia and several smaller municipalities across Bulgaria.
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Tukena Foundation

Tukena Foundation and Tukena Ltd produce services all over Finland with the aim to find individual solutions and to create high-quality services to support people with intellectual disabilities or special support needs and their families.
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Prisms is a group of experienced youth workers that in 2008 came together with the aim of creating an NGO that caters for the requirements of young people and those working with young people.
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Publications, results, and resources

Reach out. The F.A.C.T.S. team is happy to get in touch

We are open to learn about your ideas, comments, and remarks.

Reach out via communication@autismeurope.org and let us know!

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