EDbU 2019

6th EDbU Annual General Assembly, 3rd Deafblind Women’s Forum and 2nd Deafblind Youth Forum
Danubius Hotel Flamenco, Budapest, Hungary
June 4th – 6th, 2019

The European Deafblind Union (EDbU) and the Hungarian Deafblind Association (HDbA) are pleased to invite you to the 6th EDbU Annual General Assembly (AGA) as well as the 3rd Deafblind Women’s Forum and the 2nd Deafblind Youth Forum on June 4th – 6th, 2019 at Danubius Hotel Flamenco, Budapest, Hungary.

European Deafblind Day 2018

Happy European Deafblind Day!

This year, we are using the motto “Accessible DeSIGNed Europe for Deafblind” to highlight the importance of recognition of deafblindness as a distinct dual sensory impairment and our right of access to high quality interpreting services with which allow us to participate, contribute and prosper equally in Europe!


Between the 19th and 27th of June, the 5th WFDB General Assembly and the 11th Helen Keller World Conference took place in Benidorm, Spain. During those days, more than 300 Deafblind people, along with their interpreters gathered together, sharing experiences and joining forces in order to help improve the quality of life of Deafblind people around the world.

3rd Conference of the EDbU in the European Parliament

On the 5th of June, the EDbU had the opportunity to hold its 3rd Conference in the European Parliament.

Under the motto “alone we can do so little, together we can do so much”, this conference took place with the main objective of proclaiming the Emergency Resolution on Equal Opportunities of Persons with Deafblindness in Europe.

EDF Women Committee

The EDbU is proud to have its representative, Sanja Tarczay, on the EDF Committee on Women with Disabilities among 10 members coming from all over Europe and representing different groups of persons with disabilities.


The EDbU along with the EDF fully supports and endorses the candidacy of Ana Pelaez to the United Nations Committee of Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW).

Ana is fighting relentlessly to include women with disabilities in CEDAW, giving meaning to her campaign motto, #DisabilityforCEDAW.