The South Pacific Educators in Vision Impairment (SPEVI) hosts a four or five-day conference every two years in one of Australia’s states or territories, or in New Zealand. These biennial conferences offer Australian, New Zealand, Pacific Island and international leaders, professionals and parents/carers the opportunity to share information and ideas about current and emerging services, programs, technologies and resources for children and adults who are blind, have low vision, deaf-blindness, or additional disabilities. The next SPEVI Conference will be held in Adelaide, SA, from 12-15 January 2020.
Please click here to go to the official SPEVI 2020 Conference website, with all information about the SPEVI 2020 Conference, including the Call for Abstracts..
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SPEVI is working on repository of all papers presented at past SPEVI Conferences.
This will enable you to search for specific topics. We will keep you posted on the progress of this project.
The 2017 Biennial SPEVI Conference "Shining the Light on Vision Education" took place in Brisbane (Queensland, Australia) from 8th to 12th January 2017. This successful event brought together the best minds in vision education from around Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific with participation from the UK and Denmark.
The 2015 SPEVI Biennial Conference was held in Melbourne, Victoria, from 12-15 January 2015. Access here this Conference's Peer reviewed papers.
The 2013 SPEVI Biennial Conference was held in Auckland, New Zealand, from 13-18 January 2013. The Conference Theme was "Weaving the mat: Strength through Connection" - "Rarangahia te whariki: Kia tuuhono kaha ai".