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PONTES Banner: Everything is possible in the world, if we stay united! Besides this text there is a circle of joined hands.

Welcome to the Pontes Website!

Who We Are
Pontes is an association which was founded in November 2006 by a group of enthusiastic, visually impaired young people who wanted to make a difference in society, in the lives of both visually impaired and sighted people. We called it ‘Pontes’ because our objective is to build ‘bridges’ between people with visual impairment, who are often isolated and little involved in their communities, and the sighted people who don’t have too many chances to get acquainted with them and regard them, not as a separate, minority group, who constantly needs help, but as equal citizens.
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  • 01.11.2013: In September 21 - 29, 2013, an international youth exchange took place in Vratsa, Bulgaria. A group of young visually impaired persons took part in labour market trends workshops, ice-breaking games and excursions to historic and cultural monuments of the region.More... All...
  • 01.08.2012: ICC in Romania” is a youth exchange project to plan, set up, organise and implement an “International Camp on Computers and communication” at the “High School for the Visually Impaired” in Cluj-Napoca to give an accessible, safe, secure and most challenging “stage” for 60 young blind and partially sighted people from 11 European countries.More... All...
  • 21.01.2010: The “Let's speak up! for improving our democratic vision” project will last for 18 months from January 2010 till June 2011. It is conducted by organisations based in Forli’ (Italy) and Cluj (Romania) and will involve young participants between 18 and 30 years old.More... All...

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