The German Federation of the Blind and Partially Sighted (DBSV) is the national organisation of visually impaired persons and patients who suffer from a disease leading to sight loss. As self-help organisation, DBSV strives for an inclusive, forward-looking society free of discrimination.
Address: Rungestraße 19, 10179 Berlin
NPO “Me Alla Matia” was founded in 2018 by the blind lawyer Vaggelis Avgoulas and a group of disabled people claiming inclusion. It was implemented as an afterthought of the fully accessible news portal meallamatia.gr. “Me Alla Matia” means “with a different point of view” in Greek; that is how we aspire to make the world see diversity. Our vision is to eliminate the underrepresentation of disability and diversity in the public sphere. We operate with the advisory support of focus groups of disabled people and specialized scientists so that all services are provided with the approval of end users.
Address: Eleon 25, Ilion 13121, Greece
The Foundation, established in 2006, has been developing, implementing and managing European projects and providing consultations on cultural peer learning, inclusion and anti-discrimination, sports for people with disabilities, as well as non- formal education, support for creative school education development, local development, European citizenship and global education for young people and other topics. The Foundation works with a network of schools, youth organizations and theatre companies throughout the country, developed and maintained under a number of successful projects, beneficial for our target groups and stakeholders. CuBuFoundation team also provides school administrations, SMEs, NGOs and local authorities with EU project development/implementation and regional development trainings. CuBuFoundation has already 10 years of experience in providing training and support for educators and parents of children and young people with impaired vision via the so-called visual awareness training course. The Foundation is also implementing several specifically focused on provision of support to the v.i. community projects in the fields of education, youth work, social entrepreneurship, confidence building and independence.
Address: Mladost 4, building 425, entr. 3, ap. 53, Sofia 1715, Bulgaria
Phone: +359889306134, +35924342244
EGED carries out rights-based activities to develop solutions to discriminatory attitudes, inequalities of opportunity and accessibility problems experienced by visually impaired students and teachers at all levels of education and employment.
Address: Kocatepe Mahallesi, Mithatpaşa Caddesi, No 72/8, Kızılay Çankaya/ANKARA (06420)