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HELEN KELLER WORLD CONFERENCE  World Federation of the DeafBlind (WFDB) will host the 11th HKWC and 5th WFDB General Assembly at Gran Hotel Bali in Benidorm, Spain.

TRAINING IN HAPTIC SIGNS

FASOCIDE has received a training in the Haptic signs system by the Danish Association of the Deafblind thanks to the Erasmus Plus grant that we obtained. A FASOCIDE’s representative group composed by 6 Deafblind persons and 6 technicians from different Autonomous Communities has gone to Fredericia (Denmark) in order to receive a training course in Haptic Signs, from the 13th...
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CELEBRATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

On the International Women’s Day, last 8th of March, there were organized some activities commemorating this day all over Spain. The Deafblind Women from the associations of ASOCIDE in the different Autonomous Community make themselves visible and they joined the social claim of the collective of women with or without disability. We Deafblind women are conscious that no matter our...
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THE WFDB WEBSITE AVAILABLE IN SPANISH

The World Federation of the Deafblind website is now available in Spanish. On the website you can find all the information regarding Deafblind people globally, their activities, their associations all over the world, and relevant information such as the upcoming Helen Keller World Conferences and the 5th WFDB General Assembly, which will take place in June 2018 in Benidorm. The...
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MARCH 8th, INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

Tomorrow is International Women’s Day and we at FASOCIDE would like to show our support to all women, and to Deafblind women in particular. FASOCIDE’s Women’s Committee works with a clear goal: to break down the barriers that Deafblind women have to face in their everyday lives due to their disability. These barriers are further compounded due to the simple...
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RARE DISEASE DAY

Today, the 28th of February, it is the Rare Disease Day. On a day like this, from FASOCIDE we would like to show our support to scientific investigation due to its importance in order to improve the quality of life of people who suffer a rare disease. According to a research elaborated by FEDER , in Spain, 47% of people...
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