Delegates from European associations in support of people with albinism discussing Erasmus+ project Together we can overcome barriers

The first meeting of the European project "Together We Can Overcome Barriers: Strategy For The Equity" co-financed by the European Union's Erasmus + program will take place on Friday 31st March. The meeting will take place at Escolapias College in Valencia. It will be attended by representatives of the following organizations: School Escolapias de Valencia, ALBA - Association of People with Albinism, Danish Association of People with Albinism DFFA, Norwegian Association of People with Albinism NFFA, and Italian Association of People with Albinism ALBINIT .

Albinism Europe will be represented at the 39th meeting of ESA

Albinism Europe will be represented at the 39th meeting of the European Strabismological Association in Porto September 13th-16th 2017

4th EDA group photo

The fourth European Days of Albinism (4th EDA) took place in (Oslo) Norway from March 7 to 10, 2018. This event gather together many international scientific experts on the different aspects related to albinism (Genetics, Ophthalmology, Dermatology, Biology, Neurology,...) in order to review the latest scientific advances and discuss future research orientations and collaborations. 

In parallel with this scientific conference, Albinism Europe held a work meeting that allowed the different European associations to share experience on their latest projects and define together the common European activities for the coming years.

A 3rd meeting of young Europeans with albinism (3YPA) took place at the same time and the same place. Over 30 young members of the different European associations of albinism participated in the meeting.

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The 42nd EPOS meeting ( took place on September 23 rd and 24th 2016 at the Irchel campus of the University of Zurich, Swizerland. Albinism Europe was holding an information stand shared with Aniridia Europe. The Albinism Europe representatives were: Antoine Gliksohn (Genespoir, France) , Burcu Cakir-Keskin (Albinizm Derneği, Turkey) and Barbara Späth (NOAH, Germany) whereas Aniridia Europe was represented by Ognian Petkov (Bulgaria). It was the first time Albinism Europe was participating in an EPOS meeting.