News

All news articles published on our web site, ordered from latest to last.

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!

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.

The board of EDA are happy to announce that the next (5th) All-European Dyslexia Conference will be held in Modena, Italy from 21st (evening) to 24th of September 2016 in cooperation with the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.

More information, call for papers, and so on will be presented later on at http://www.eda-info.eu

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.

The Editorial of the Bulletin 82 – December 2014 - published by the french association APEDA France, Associations de Parents d'Enfants et d'Adultes en Difficulté d'Apprentissage du langage écrit et oral (dyslexie, dysorthographie, dyscalculie) Association Loi 1901, (French Association of Parents of Children with learning disabilities in written and oral language) presents the proposals made by the researcher Franck Ramus. In the french version of his article “Dyslexia the debate “ , which is the text of his conference speech made at the international congress of the French National Speech Therapists – FNO – 2014, the Researcher Franck Ramus gives very clear and practical advices to the French Education System :