EDbN

EDbN accredited to have access rights to the European Parliament

This condition will provide the necessary steps to explain the requirements and needs of Deafblindness to all the members of the European institutions

Hold handsAugust 27, 2014

The European Deafblind Network (EDbN) has recently received the confirmation of the access rights to the European Parliament premises. The accredited status will allow our representatives of Deafblindness greater networking opportunities to contact all the members of the European Parliament (MEP).

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Mapping Opportunities for Deafblind People across Europe

Final Report

JFinal Report cover sheetuly 3, 2014

Final Report was presented on 20th June at the European Conference on Deafblindness held in Barcelona, Catalonia - Spain, by the European Deafblind Indicators team. 34 organisations from 26 countries have collaborated on the project. 

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European Conference on Deafblindness in Barcelona

The European Deafblind Indicators Project will finish with an open day conference on June 20th 


Logo European ConferenceApril 16, 2014

After two years working on the European Deafblind Project, for Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Commission, the project is getting to an end. The last meeting will be held in Barcelona and offering an open day conference next 20th June. It is expected the attendance of European and Spanish authorities, as well as professionals working on disabilities, from the social services and bound to deafblindness. 

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