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It is being organised by NFFA, the Norwegian organisation supporting people with albinism, on behalf of Albinism Europe.
At least one AF Trustee is planning to attend the YPA event and other AF representatives will be attending the parallel European Day of Albinism event at the same venue, so will provide assistance if at all possible, but this cannot be guaranteed.
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Albinism Fellowship is looking for 3 representatives to attend the next pan-European 'Young People with Albinism' (YPA) event, which will take place from Wednesday 7th to Sunday 11h March 2018 in Oslo, Norway.
This fee is non-refundable unless the event is cancelled.
We only have three places available, so if demand exceeds supply, we will assess the applications and if necessary, hold a ballot.
Travel to/from the airport in the UK/Ireland will be at your own expense.
All attendees will have been sent an evaluation survey, please fill this out and help us to improve future events.
Kathleen Simms from Derry, Northern Ireland, whose children have albinism, was featured in the Derry Journal and Derry News and was interviewed for BBC Radio Foyle (Starts at ) and the Shaun Doherty Show, Highland Radio, County Donegal.
In Wales, Neil Jones, who has ocular albinism, was interviewed for Good Evening Wales on BBC Radio Wales (Starts at 26min in), BBC Wales Online and the County Times newspaper.
BBC News Online also ran a story on albinism, featuring Neil as well as photos from the recent AF Cardiff events and quotes from AF Chair, Roselle Potts.
AF Chair Roselle Potts also be attending with information about the Fellowship to promote our organisation The symposium is open to all to attend although there is a charge; for more information please go to org.