The conference took place online using the Everywhere+ system. No travel was necessary. only a modern web browser and an internet connection.
Free tickets were for both days of the event . Attendance on any day was optional
For those who booked a ticket, there were a limited number of free clinics with an ophthalmologist, paediatritian or low vision aid specialist. Priority was given to people from under-represented countries in Europe.
The conference was conducted in English.
We have transcripts of the talks and discussusions. If anyone wouuld like to arrange for translation of these into other languages we can help add the result to the videos as subtitles.
A Zoom meeting ran alongside the presentations. When not needed for specific conference sessions, delegates used it to disucss aniridia related issues and ask speakers questions.
As an organisation run by and for people with a visual impairment we were very keen to make all adjustments we reasonably could, and ensure others do too, for people with disabilities.
We pledgde to:
- provide our conference materials as accessible formats as we can
- advise speakers on how to make their slides and talks accessible
If you have any access needs please discuss them with us as soon as possible. We will do our best to meet them, with the resources we have available.
The Privacy and data protection policy of Aniridia Network applied to this conference. Except that, we may provide the details of delegates, including names and contact information to our main funder and Aniridia Europe.
Delegates were asked to consent to our use of audio visual recordings made of you during the conference.
Code of conduct
The Event code of conduct of Aniridia Network applied to this conference.
Diversity and Inclusion
The Equal opportunities policy of Aniridia Network applied to this conference.