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Entre formel et non formel : partage d’expériences pour DV en Europe et outre-mer

The project “Entre formel et non formel : partage d’expériences pour DV en Europe et outre-mer » is a study visit. It will take place in Liège (Belgium) during 7 days, in May 2014. It will involve 6 partners from Belgium, Poland, Romania and France (Martinique, Guadeloupe and Guyana). There will be 15 participants plus 4 accompanying persons, and 6 staff and administrative persons.

Words As Salvation – first national literature contest for the blind

Words As Salvation – first national literature contest for the blind

And the Winner Was...

The International Low Vision song contest took place, with great success, on friday 21st of May. The first music competition created exclusively for people with visual impairment was organised by the German Federation of the Blind and Partially Sighted (DBSV) together with VIEWS International. Seventeen countries all around Europe were represented and we could not have been happier with the result. From Germany’s jazzy sound to Cyprus’ classical touch and to the UK’s spoken poetry, this competition was a celebration of diversity and unity.

Irid and Jocelyn: the adventure continues

Hello Everybody,

It’s Irid from Views and I am here again to talk about our Volunteering experience here in Liege.

This October started very well. We finally could go out and have our first leisure experiences.
First of all, I had the opportunity to meet the staff of La Baraka association and talk about some initiatives I would like to propose to teenagers in order to sensitize them on visual impairments. You will have more details as soon as the activities will be prepared, so stay tuned!

Selfie: Anca in the foreground with Jocelyn and Irid in front of the Buren Mountain

Presentation of Samantha


I am writing today as the new administrative assistant of VIEWS. My name is Samantha, I am from the very south of Belgium and my background is mostly about art and culture. Those last years I’ve also been involved in the tourism area where I got my first job!


We arrived in Liege the 31th of August and the 1st of September Jocelyn respectively. At my arrival on the 31st of August, Anca, who is my mentor and the general coordinator of the project, welcomed me at my new flat and gave me a tour of the house itself; while the day after, I welcomed my colleague Jocelyn so we immediately had the opportunity to meet each other.

Kuba's ESC experience

Hello everyone, my name is Kuba and since September 2019 I joined European Solidarity Corps (ESC) programme. This is nearly the finish of my project so I would like to share my impressions with you via this article.

Nora's internship experience

As an intern at Views International during a hard period- the pandemic that starts in March 2020, a period full of uncertainties and anxiety – I was happy to be able to fulfill the main tasks set out at the beginning of the discussions with Ms. Anca DAVID.


Disability Assessment Rights and Inclusion

Bureaucracy is a constant issue for many people, especially for disabled persons. The assessment of disability is still unclear and very often incorrect. In order to find a solution to these problems, European Disability Forum (EDF) organized a webinar on 8th May, bringing together various experts in this field.

Internship- Manon experience

Hello everyone, firstly I would like to briefly present myself: my name is Manon Vallot and I study pedagogy in Liège. Since January I've been doing an internship at VIEWS International in Liege.

My internship was to support the European Solidarity Corps volunteers hosted by VIEWS. Specifically, I was helping Roxana with her work at IRHOV school and Kuba with his activities at La Baraka. Except these, we had additional activities as well. Namely, we have been cooking together and visiting various places and events in Liege.

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