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  • Kick-off meeting in Glasgow
    Scotland in Glasgow placing their facilities at the disposal of the 25 participants who had the chance to visit their centres and services In an amiable atmosphere the different project tasks were assigned to the attending organisations including the workgroups regarding the Deafblindness domains that need to be worked on The domains that have been established are the following disability rate demographics personal and family life choice and control access to goods and services education and lifelong learning work and employment and last but not least incomes and poverty During the seminar the concept of European Deafblind Indicators was also approved as the main defining concept of the project which will also be used to name both the website and the final book which will include the concluding data collected during the two years of investigation This book will be published in English and the final texts will be supervised by the British organisation Sense UK The presence of the most notable organisations within the field of deafblindness in their respective countries will guarantee the quality of the results nevertheless the members agreed on an enlargement policy to keep the organisations from the five European countries that did not receive

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  • European Deafblind Indicators
    Indicators on Disability Equality in Europe IDEE made by the Academic Network of European Disability experts ANED This Partnership seeks to bring together 14 of the most important organisations working for deafblindness in Europe among the 13 participating European States ES UK DK FR PT RO HU HR NL LT AT FI and SK are found almost all of the most advanced countries in the treatment for deafblindness worldwide Mapping Opportunities for Deafblind People across Europe FINAL REPORT July 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 Click on the image to download the full document European Conference on Deafblindness in Barcelona The European Deafblind Indicators Project will finish with an open day conference on June 20th April 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 This project aimed to create a common European framework for the assessment of institutional models of care for the Deafblind The conference in Barcelona will present the specific needs of this disability and the situation among Europe The ultimate purpose of the project is to influence the decision making at a European level on the basis of the data collected and relevant figures which allow the improvement on the attention to deafblindness and avoid discriminatory situations The European Deafblind Project has counted on the participation of the most important organisations working for deafblindness in Europe nine organisations as official partners from eight different countries and five organisations as non official partners representing their own countries Other fourteen European countries have collaborated on the project represented by their own organisations June 18th The registration process is already closed See the Programme English Spanish Catalan Read full article European Conference on Deafblindness in Barcelona Next to last meeting of the project The meeting has focused on the analysis of the data obtained by each country and also on the discussion about the strategy of political impact that the application of the conclusions inferred from the project must guarantee On the 24 and 25 February the fourth meeting of the project European Deafblind Indicators has taken place at the Royal Dutch Kentalis in the city of Den Bosch The Netherlands Twenty five people belonging to the ten participant organizations have attended this event At this point of the project which has been developing for two years tests about the situation of deafblind people from 26 European countries have been collected Regarding this big amount of data in this meeting we have prioritized working in groups with the aim of

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  • European Deafblind Indicators
    Disability Equality in Europe IDEE made by the Academic Network of European Disability experts ANED This Partnership seeks to bring together 14 of the most important organisations working for deafblindness in Europe among the 13 participating European States ES UK DK FR PT RO HU HR NL LT AT FI and SK are found almost all of the most advanced countries in the treatment for deafblindness worldwide Most of the EU countries have already agreed to participate in the project This new map shows the current situation of the EU countries already involved in the project In this sense the twelve countries highlighted in green correspond to the countries that have agreed to participate in the project having as main task the completion of the questionnaire on the situation of deafblindness in their respective countries They are Poland Czech Republic Slovenia Bulgaria Greece Estonia Germany and Sweden and even the non EU Member States Norway Iceland Turkey and Switzerland More details about the involved organizations can be found in section Partners of this website Apart from these countries the map also shows the official and non official partner countries of the project The eight countries from the official partners are highlighted in pink Spain United Kingdom France Denmark the Netherlands Austria Slovakia and Hungary while the five non official partners are highlighted in blue Romania Portugal Finland Lithuania and Croatia These non official partners are the ones that submitted the application form together with the previous ones but were not finally granted Even though they retained their participation in the project Second common meeting of the project in Aalborg Denmark Last 3 to 5 June representatives and experts on deafblindness from the nine member organisations and also the Romanian non official partner met again with the purpose of working in the European Grundtvig project This second meeting of the project took place at the Centre for Deafblindness and Hearing Loss CDH in the Danish town of Aalborg where participants had also the opportunity to visit its premises This meeting has been celebrated seven months later than the first one held in Glasgow On that occasion the tasks of the project were distributed among the participating organisations and were set up the working groups to develop the seven domains to be considered for the global assessment of deafblindness Therefore the 21 participants to this second meeting have made a follow up of the distributed tasks and the working groups have presented their conclusions and the most relevant indicators to be considered within each domain The next phase of the project consists on the development of a questionnaire with the questions concerning the relevant indicators within each domain to be distributed among the expert organisations in the field of deafblindness of the different European states The final goal of the project is the publication of a book with a comparative study of the status of deafblindness in whole Europe The meeting focused also in the next meeting to be held in Lille

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  • European Deafblind Indicators
    Indicators on Disability Equality in Europe IDEE made by the Academic Network of European Disability experts ANED This Partnership seeks to bring together 14 of the most important organisations working for deafblindness in Europe among the 13 participating European States ES UK DK FR PT RO HU HR NL LT AT FI and SK are found almost all of the most advanced countries in the treatment for deafblindness worldwide Mapping Opportunities for Deafblind People across Europe FINAL REPORT July 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 Click on the image to download the full document European Conference on Deafblindness in Barcelona The European Deafblind Indicators Project will finish with an open day conference on June 20th April 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 This project aimed to create a common European framework for the assessment of institutional models of care for the Deafblind The conference in Barcelona will present the specific needs of this disability and the situation among Europe The ultimate purpose of the project is to influence the decision making at a European level on the basis of the data collected and relevant figures which allow the improvement on the attention to deafblindness and avoid discriminatory situations The European Deafblind Project has counted on the participation of the most important organisations working for deafblindness in Europe nine organisations as official partners from eight different countries and five organisations as non official partners representing their own countries Other fourteen European countries have collaborated on the project represented by their own organisations June 18th The registration process is already closed See the Programme English Spanish Catalan Read full article European Conference on Deafblindness in Barcelona Next to last meeting of the project The meeting has focused on the analysis of the data obtained by each country and also on the discussion about the strategy of political impact that the application of the conclusions inferred from the project must guarantee On the 24 and 25 February the fourth meeting of the project European Deafblind Indicators has taken place at the Royal Dutch Kentalis in the city of Den Bosch The Netherlands Twenty five people belonging to the ten participant organizations have attended this event At this point of the project which has been developing for two years tests about the situation of deafblind people from 26 European countries have been collected Regarding this big amount of data in this meeting we have prioritized working in groups with the aim of

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  • Agreement with the non-official partners of the project
    This cooperation mainly guarantees the coverage of the national reports concerning their five European States These organizations are Sense International Romania Casa Pia de Lisboa from Portugal LASUC from Lithuania DODIR from Croatia Kuurosokeat from Finland This means a provisional coverage of 13 European States including the ones represented by the official partners of the project as is shown in the map European Deafblind Indicators This email address is being

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  • Agreement with the non-official partners of the project
    This cooperation mainly guarantees the coverage of the national reports concerning their five European States These organizations are Sense International Romania Casa Pia de Lisboa from Portugal LASUC from Lithuania DODIR from Croatia Kuurosokeat from Finland This means a provisional coverage of 13 European States including the ones represented by the official partners of the project as is shown in the map European Deafblind Indicators This email address is being

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  • News
    domains to be considered for the global assessment of deafblindness Therefore the 21 participants to this second meeting have made a follow up of the distributed tasks and the working groups have presented their conclusions and the most relevant indicators to be considered within each domain The next phase of the project consists on the development of a questionnaire with the questions concerning the relevant indicators within each domain to be distributed among the expert organisations in the field of deafblindness of the different European states The final goal of the project is the publication of a book with a comparative study of the status of deafblindness in whole Europe The meeting focused also in the next meeting to be held in Lille next August on occasion of the 8th European Conference on Deafblindness organised by Deafblind International Dbl Besides holding the third working meeting in an act organised within the conference the project will be explained to the attendants and there will be the presentation of the final questionnaire APSOCECAT and CDH applied for the Comenius Regio Programme On the 21 st of February the Catalan Association for Deafblind People APSOCECAT and the Danish Centre for Deafblindness and Hearing Loss CDH applied to the Comenius Regio Programme of the European Commission to finance a series of activities related to the investigations that are currently being conducted regarding the situation of deafblindness in Europe The proposal consists of the creation of a consortium between two European regions or municipalities in this case Barcelona and the Nordjylland Region in Denmark to finance the expenses related to the organisation of a Congress at the European level to be held in Barcelona in June or July of 2014 where the results from the current Grundtvig European project regarding the European Indicators on Deafblindness

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  • News
    domains to be considered for the global assessment of deafblindness Therefore the 21 participants to this second meeting have made a follow up of the distributed tasks and the working groups have presented their conclusions and the most relevant indicators to be considered within each domain The next phase of the project consists on the development of a questionnaire with the questions concerning the relevant indicators within each domain to be distributed among the expert organisations in the field of deafblindness of the different European states The final goal of the project is the publication of a book with a comparative study of the status of deafblindness in whole Europe The meeting focused also in the next meeting to be held in Lille next August on occasion of the 8th European Conference on Deafblindness organised by Deafblind International Dbl Besides holding the third working meeting in an act organised within the conference the project will be explained to the attendants and there will be the presentation of the final questionnaire APSOCECAT and CDH applied for the Comenius Regio Programme On the 21 st of February the Catalan Association for Deafblind People APSOCECAT and the Danish Centre for Deafblindness and Hearing Loss CDH applied to the Comenius Regio Programme of the European Commission to finance a series of activities related to the investigations that are currently being conducted regarding the situation of deafblindness in Europe The proposal consists of the creation of a consortium between two European regions or municipalities in this case Barcelona and the Nordjylland Region in Denmark to finance the expenses related to the organisation of a Congress at the European level to be held in Barcelona in June or July of 2014 where the results from the current Grundtvig European project regarding the European Indicators on Deafblindness

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