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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 […]

January Update

As we begin 2021, the Dyslexia@Work Erasmus+ project partners are busy completing research interviews with employers and recruitment agencies. The interviews seek to identify best practices in accommodating people with dyslexia in workplaces across Europe. While we had hoped to do the interviews in person, they are primarily being done online now due to Covid […]

December Meeting

The latest meeting of our Dyslexia@Work project took place on December 5. The Phase 1 report is nearing completion and being translated into the three project languages. Phase 2 interviews to identify best practices for dyslexia in the workplace are also underway. Great work being done by all partners.

First Project Meetings

The kick-off meeting for the Dyslexia@Work project was held in Bologna, Italy in December 2019, followed soon after by the second partner’s meeting in Malta in January 2020. Due to the Covid pandemic, the next meetings had to be moved online. Partners met online in May and again in September 2020. The initial phase of […]

Dyslexia @ work is now online

The European Dyslexia Association is happy to release the new web site about Dyslexia projects in general, and the Dyslexia@work project in particular.