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Pre-registration for the webinar presenting the EBU handbook on high-quality audiodescription.

On 17th May, EBU will host an online webinar to present its handbook for high quality audiodescription (AD).

The energy crisis – an additional burden for visually impaired people

An article on the impact of the energy crisis by EBU Executive Director Lars Bosselmann.

News from EBU members

Norway - Only a phone call away

The Norwegian Association of the Blind and Partially Sighted have launched two phone services offering knowledge and advice about sight related topics.

EBU activities

The 2nd episode of the EBU in Action podcast

Our new podcast about different ways to make consumer products accessible.


Waiting for WCAG 2.2: when will they be released, and what to expect?

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), published by World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), are the internationally recognized guidelines to make web content more accessible. The current version, WCAG 2.1, was released in June 2018, but a new update (WCAG 2.2) is right around the corner, with the addition of new requirements that will improve accessibility and usability of web content for all users.


ICEVI/WBU Youth survey

In collaboration with ICEVI, WBU and other stakeholders, Royal Dutch Visio is spearheading an effort to reach out to young people with visual impairments (blind and low vision) to determine their wishes and concerns related to the future.


International study on the Impact of LEGO Braille Bricks on Learners with Significant Visual Impairment

ICEVI Europe, a partner of EBU, invites you to participate in a survey for education practitioners from the United Kingdom (UK), the United States of America (USA), the European Union (EU), and other parts of the world. The survey will explore education and other practitioners’ perceptions and knowledge of LEGO Braille Bricks.


Preparing for integration of abacus maths in educational innovation

The British Abacus Association (BAA) will develop a multi-phase project of the integration to explore educational innovation. At the current planning phase, the aims are the completion of new teaching methods of basic arithmetic operations; the initiation of knowledge integration and structuring an education ecosystem.