Chrysallis - Close to Disability will participate in the kick-off meeting of the “European Dimension in Parent Education” European project that will take place on 11-14 December 2007 in Riga, Latvia. The “European Dimension in Parent Education” project is funded by the Life Long... - December 09, 2007
Chrysallis – Close to Disability will participate in the kick-off meeting of “How to talk to be understood” project that will take place on 03-04 November 2007 in Krakow, Poland. The “How to talk to be understood” project is funded by the Life Long Learning (Learning Partnership)... - November 02, 2007
Chrysallis- Close to Disability will attend the 2nd International Conference "People with disabilities and Mass Media" that will take place on 18-19 June 2007, at the press centre of the SGC-SGI building in Athens. The conference is organised by the Secretariat General of Communication - Secretariat... - June 12, 2007
Chrysallis - Close to Disability will attend the eContentPlus Information Day for the third call for proposals of the eContentplus programme on 24th of May 2007 in Luxembourg.
A central Information Day presenting the objectives of the target areas for 2007 and providing details on how to submit a proposal... - May 18, 2007
Chrysallis - Close to Disability will attend the Autonomia EXPO 2007 exhibition, which will take place on 18th - 20th of May 2007 in Athens, Greece, and it will be organized by Disability Now NGO.
On 18th of May 2007, Chrysallis will be presented at the "Athletics and Sport cause we feel like it!"... - May 18, 2007
Chrysallis-Close to Disability recently released an accessible e-learning course, Microsoft Windows XP - The accessible way, aiming to provide learners with and without disabilities equal opportunities for life long learning, new ways of communication and even for creative leisure activities. - May 06, 2007
Chrysallis-Close to Disability announces the release of the new book "Microsoft Windows XP - The accessible way" aiming to cover all the essential content to advance beginner computer users with and without disabilities into an intermediate level. - May 06, 2007