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Regarding the Earthquake in Italy

We have all been shocked by the terrible news about the Earthquake in central parts of Italy. Our thoughts goes out to those affected by this tragedy.

If you wonder about the upcoming conference in Modena we can assure you that nothing has changed. The city of Modena (and the entire region) is far away (4-5 hours by car) from the earthquake area and has not been affected. The Italian organisers has also assured us that the University itself is earthquake proof certified with modern buildings.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the organisers. Contact information can be found here: http://www.eda2016.unimore.it/contact

We hope to see you all in Modena.

Registration opens today!

Today, on April 15, we opened up the registration for the 5th All European Dyslexia Conference. 

Welcome to join us in Modena, Italy September 21-24. Early bird discount is available until June 1st, but hurry up: the first 150 registrants are welcome to join us for a welcome reception at the Ferrari Museum! An event you don't want to miss out on (even if you're driving a Toyota like me)

Register now!

Extended Call for Papers

Submit your abstract by March 30th for the 5th EDA conference

After receiving a number of requests for extended time we are now allowing for one more month of submissions. The new deadline is March 30th and we will be ready with our reviews by April 15th (same day as the registration opens).

Read more about the Call for Paper and how to participate/submit on our conference web site http://www.eda2016.unimore.it

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Report from BDA Conference

The European Dyslexia Association board was gracefully invited to attend the British Dyslexia Associations international Conference in Oxford between March 10–12, 2016. Our Chairman, Michael Kalmár took part in the opening ceremony with a speech addressing the collaboration between our two organisations. He also spoke about the fact that only 14 countries so far has ratified the Marrakesh Treaty, which enables blind, visually impaired and dyslexic persons and their organisations to produce, to use and to transfer accessible formats like daisy-readers, e-books and large print without any copyright restrictions.You can read Michaels speech as a whole further down.

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Dyslexia Association of Ireland conference in April

On April 25th, 2015 the Dyslexia Association of Ireland (DAI) hosts a conference in Dublin, Ireland.

DAI’s 2015 European Conference brings together experts from Ireland, the UK and Europe to share current research on dyslexia, with a focus on Innovation in Assessment and Teaching. The event will also include an exhibition area/marketplace featuring relevant companies and products.

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