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FROM 6TH TO 9TH OCTOBER, FASOCIDE AND ITS MEMBER ASSOCIATIONS HELD THE 16TH NATIONAL DEAFBLIND GATHERING

Last weekend, the 16th National Deafblind Gathering took place in Galicia. This time, participation rose significantly: 85 Deafblind people, 62 interpreters (some of them volunteers) and 16 carers. All of them came from Andalucía, Aragón, Cantabria, Castilla-La Mancha, Castilla and León, Madrid Regional Authority, Chartered Community of Navarra, Valencian Community, Galicia, Basque Country and Region of Murcia. Thanks to Renfe’s...
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FASOCIDE HELD THE 14th NATIONAL DEAFBLIND YOUTH GATHERING

This year, the event took place in Basque Country, from the 1st to the 6th of September 2016, and, for the first time, the Youth Commission was in charge of the organization which is a great achievement. The rise of female participants regarding past editions of the event is also a remarkable fact. It keeps the gender balance in the...
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THE FEDERATION OF ASSOCIATIONS OF DEAFBLIND PEOPLE IN SPAIN, FASOCIDE, ENTERS THE CERMI

Today, 21st July 2016, is a day of celebration for Spanish Deafblind people because the Federation of Associations of the Deafblind People of Spain, FASOCIDE, has been admitted to join CERMI (Spanish Committee of the Representatives of People with Disabilities), as a related entity. From now on, we will have our own voice within the CERMI and we will join...
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FASOCIDE IN THE PRESENTATION OF THE PROJECT “ACCESSIBILITY FOR DEAF PEOPLE IN CULTURAL AND LEISURE PUBLIC SPACES”

Last Thursday, July 14th, took place in the city of Sevilla, Andalucía, the presentation of the project “Accessibility for deaf people in cultural and leisure public spaces – Maestranza Theatre”, a Confederation of Families of Deaf People, FIAPAS, project. The event was attended by Maria Teresa Brioso, the president of the Association of Deafblind People of Andalucía, ASOCIDE Andalucía, who...
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