In 2018, EBU continued to contribute to the EU policy-making process, in particular since the recruitment of our new Head of Campaigning. Our campaigning work mainly focused on the European Accessbility Act, Audiovisual Media Services, the Marrakesh Treaty (access to books), the accessibility of lifts, and silent cars. Twitter was extensively used as a complementary tool to have blind and partially-sighted citizens’ concerns fully taken on board by European decision makers. Good practices on the employment of blind and partially-sighted persons were also compiled into a report. Finally, data was collected on UNCRPD article 33 “National implementation and monitoring” and a report on the implementation of article 26 “Habilitation and rehabilitation” was delivered.