World Braille Day 2022!

Happy new year, and happy World Braille Day! The 4th January is Louis Braille’s 212th birthday and therefore INBAF would like to join the global braille community to celebrate World Braille Day 2022! Please check your local sight loss organisations’

INBAF Braille Competition!

To celebrate World Braille Day 2021, INBAF would like to invite Braille readers to take part in our First INBAF Braille Essay contest. The Theme for 2021 is: How will 2021 be different to 2020? • Writers can submit their

LEGO Braille Bricks are coming to Ireland!

The LEGO® Braille Bricks concept is a play-based methodology that teaches Braille to children who are blind or vision impaired. Newly launched, the toolkit comprises of LEGO bricks that have been adjusted to correspond to the Braille alphabet. Each LEGO

ICEB 7th General Assembly

The International Council on English Braille (ICEB) will be holding its 7th General Assembly from Sunday 18th October 2020 through Thursday 22nd October 2020 (Monday 19th to Friday 23rd for Australia and New Zealand). This event was originally planned to

Stay Safe: Stay Connected from the Braillists

The Braillists is a grass-roots community group connecting Braille readers with Braille technology, developers and funders. While operating from the UK, they welcome participation from all over the world. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Braillists are running a

UEB Terminology

UEB Terminology Some of the ways you talk about Braille, and some terminology that you may have been familiar with in the past has changed with the adaption of Unified English Braille. We’ve put together a brief guide to show