EBU aims to protect and promote the interests of all blind and partially-sighted people in Europe. Its objects and powers are set out in Article II of its Constitution. EBU currently has 42 member countries, each represented by a national delegation. Its work is directed by an Executive Board of 13 elected members who are accountable to a General Assembly held every four years.
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Full membership for national organizations or federations of blind and partially sighted people. EBU currently has 42 member countries, each represented by a national delegation.
In addition to organizations, EBU honors individuals who made special contributions to the visually impaired community
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