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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.

) He is going to be accompanied by his colleague Vikas Dagar and their employers are considering matching whatever they raise.

You can get an idea of the types of activities by looking at the past events in Valencia and Milan.

Apart from a £45 registration fee, flights, accommodation, meals and activities will be fully funded by the ERASMUS programme (though you'll want to bring some spending money for souvenirs and drinks).

The official language for all activities will be English, so knowledge of Norwegian is not required.

Our volunteer PR officer Andrew Bennett has been working with some of our supporters living with Albinism to produce some positive stories that we hope to get into the media around 13th June, and we'll post details and links on this site as soon as anything is confirmed.

Our vice chair Mark Sanderson and two of our supporters, Precious Toe Ngwu and Christian Tchidjo, are all speaking at an International Symposium in London on 12/13th June which is raising awareness of Albinism in Africa.

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