• “Dyslexia in the workplace: the state of awareness in Europe”, the first dissemination event of our Dyslexia@work.EU project
    Our conference “Dyslexia in the workplace: the state of awareness in Europe”, the first dissemination event of Dyslexia@work.EU project will take place on October 1, 2021. The conference will be translated simultaneously through a system that will allow you to choose the language.  We invite you to register for the event by filling out the […]
  • Project Partners Meeting
    Today we held a meeting of the Dyslexia@Work.eu project partners. Our main focus was to review and analyse the emerging results from our Phase Two research interviews with companies and agencies across the 5 countries. Partners will continue to work analysing the results and finalising the Phase Two report over the next two months ahead […]
  • Phase One Report Published
    We are delighted to announce that the Phase One report of our Dyslexia@Work Erasmus+ project has now been published. The report is a Comparative Analysis of the laws and regulations concerning dyslexia and employment in the 5 European countries which are participating in this project (Italy, France, United Kingdom, Ireland, Malta). The Comparative Analysis report […]
  • Thank you to our Research Participants
    Thank you to the 100+ employers, HR managers, diversity and inclusion managers, and recruitment agencies who took part in the interview phase of our Dyslexia@Work project. The interview phase seeks to identify examples of good practice in relation to dyslexia inclusion in the workplace. Interviews were done in Italy, France, Ireland, Malta, and England. The […]
  • Our Project Partners
    Work continues on our Erasmus+ project. Partners met on Saturday (January 16) to review the current research phase. Interviews are currently being done with companies and recruitment agencies to identify best practices on dyslexia and the workplace. Interviews are being done by partners in Italy, France, Ireland, Malta and England. The interviews will conclude in […]