Autism-Europe International Congresses
Every three or four years, Autism-Europe organises an International Congress in cooperation with a member organisation. The International Congress aims at bringing together parents and professionals in order to share knowledge about state of the art findings in research and care for people with autism. The member organisation that organises the congress is elected by the Autism-Europe General Assembly.
XI Autism-Europe International Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2016 The next Congress will take place in Edinburgh, Scotland, on September 16 to 18, 2016. It will be hosted by the National Autistic Society.
X Autism-Europe International Congress, Budapest, Hungary, 2013
The 10th Autism-Europe International Congress was held in Budapest, Hungary, on September 26 to 28, 2013. Around 1,100 parents, professionals and people with autism from 73 countries around the world gathered to discuss topics following the congress theme of ‘new dimensions for autism’, in which people with autism and their families can fully enjoy their human rights and a better quality of life. Issues such as the use of the ICT and ageing of people with autism were tackled, amongst many other topics.PDF (16.73 Mb)
IX Autism-Europe International Congress, Catania, Italy, 2010
The IX International Congress of Autism-Europe “A Future for Autism”, held in Catania, Italy, 8-10 October 2010, provided a unique opportunity for updating and sharing knowledge on a wide range of issues concerning Autism, from genetic features and neuro-biological findings to social and cognitive development, from diagnosis and classification to intervention and policies. The report, while not exhaustive, summarises the more relevant issues which have been presented at the Congress. PDF (89 Ko)Read More
VIII Autism-Europe International Congress, Oslo, Norway, 2007The congress in Oslo followed the theme 'A world of possibilities' and attracted 1,200 participants from around the world. The congress discussed and adopted the 'Position paper on care for persons with autism spectrum disorders: A rights-based, evidence-based approach', which was drafted by Autism-Europe in conjuntion with associations of professionals and researchers in the field of autism.