Finished campaigns and activities

REC17

The EBU 2017 work programme (shortened in “REC17”) dispatches activities into four main categories: campaigning, reports, capacity-building and communication.

Intergenerational Knowledge Exchange (INTERGEN)

The INTERGEN project was developed to look at how to bring different generations together so that knowledge and experience are shared, to empower junior and senior people with visual disabilities.

Vision in Enterprise (VIE)

For those encountering barriers to entry in the labour market, the solution is often to consider starting their own business or becoming self-employed.

The Access to Culture Project 2011 - 2012

The aim of the project was to improve cultural accessibility for blind and partially sighted people in Europe, with actions based on the outcome of the EBU ATC Survey.

eVADER

eVADER was a European project, funded through the 7th Framework Programme of the European Union, to address the road safety concerns that pedestrians will have to face with the future marketing of electric vehicles in Europe.

VISAL

Visually impaired (VI) seniors are one of the most marginalised communities in terms of lifelong learning. The VISAL training course is tailor-made to both the age- and disability-related specific learning needs of elderly VI persons.

BASIC

The BASIC project (Blind and partially-sighted Acting for Social Inclusion and Citizenship) aimed to voice and mainstream the needs and expectations of the 30 million blind and partially sighted European citizens to obtain their full social inclusion and citizenship.

REC15

The 2015 work programme (shortened in “REC15”), available upon request, dispatched activities into four main categories: campaigning, reports, capacity-building and communication.

REC16

The EBU 2016 work programme (in short, “REC16”) dispatched activities into four main categories: campaigning, reports, capacity-building and communication.

BaGMIVI

“Bridging the Gap between Museums and Individuals with Visual Impairments” (BaGMIVI) is a European project co-funded through the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union