Youth Committee

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Integrated by Deafblind people from 18 to 35 years. The young Deafblind are a highly vulnerable group due to the crucial stage of life in which they are, because they have to deal with the barriers and restrictions that are presented to them by their condition as a Deafblind person, and to create their own identity as a young person with a specific disability, Deafblindness.

The main objective of this Committee is to sensitize young Deafblind people and promote their participation in activities that enable their integration in all life areas (culture, sport, art, search for employment, etc.).

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ACTIVITIES DEVELOPED BY THE YOUTH COMMITTEE

 

III MEETING OF THE YOUTH OF FASOCIDE

The day before the International Day of People with Disabilities it took place the third and last meeting of the year 2017 of the committee on Youth of FASOCIDE. Five of the six delegates on Youth attended to the meeting all of them from the associations affiliated to the federation: Raquel Alba, representative of Youth of FASOCIDE and ASOCIDE-Euskadi Youth,...
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COMMITTEE ON YOUTH OF FASOCIDE CELEBRATES ITS FIRST ASSEMBLY

The Committee on Youth of FASOCIDE celebrated its first General Assembly last 3rd July in Huesca, taking advantage of the attendance of a great number of participants to the XV Youth Camp that began the following day. During the course of the program, the 26 young Deafblind people who participated were able to discuss the most important issues for them....
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FIRST MEETING OF THE FASOCIDE YOUTH COMMISSION

Last February, 4th, during all the day took place the first meeting of 2017 of the young delegates of the associations, in the ONCE head office in Madrid. The meeting participants were: Raquel Alba, member of ASOCIDE Euskadi ; Elizabeth García, member of ASOCIDE Nacional; Casimiro Ondo, member of ASOCIDE CV and Imane Lachiri, member of ASOCIDE-CATALUNYA. They caught up...
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