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Baseball for the blind in Italy

Italy’s Take on Baseball for the Blind Fosters "Sense of Freedom"

Marco Gualazzini for The International Herald Tribune

In the game, a team consists of two sighted members, who serve as base coaches to five blind or visually impaired ones. To orient players, clap paddles and a beeping first base are used.

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Mailinglist of VIEWS International

Mailinglist of VIEWS International

After many requests of VI’ members, having the approval of the Bord of Directors and understanding the need for more immediate communication between the members of VI, VIEWS International has now its own mailing list, which is provided free to the members and partners of VIEWS in order to improve our partnership through the easy way of the imidiate cyber communication by e-mail.
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TalkYoo, a free teleconferencing service

Views International now has partners in 21 countries, an international Board of Directors and various working groups that work together to improve certain aspects of our tasks.
These facts imply that members often need to talk with people in countries abroad. Of course, Skype is an easy and cheap way to do so. However, when a good Internet connection is not at hand, a Skype conference can turn into a painful and frustrating experience.

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