List of accepted presentations in alphabetical order:


Plenary talk:

Anna Matamala (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona): Easy-to-understand language beyond the written word.


20 minutes plus 10 minutes for subsequent discussion are scheduled for each talk.


AncaGuntaGunta AncaEasy Language agency, RigaStigmatization of Easy language users in Latvia, Lithuania, Slovenia
BabkinaMariiaMariia Babkina,
Anja Lützen,
Jutta Witzel,
Johannes Hoppe
Translate & Travel Team, NGO White Cane, UrFU, PodolskNext step towards standardisation for audiovisual translation into Easy and Plain Language
BohmanUllaUlla BohmanBoarve konsult AB, ÄlvsjöHow Easy Language began - what we can learn from history
BorghardtLiv Liv BorghardtJohannes Gutenberg-Universität MainzSyntactic complexity in German Easy Language: Does the transformation of causal clauses simplify sentence processing?
CasalegnoElisaElisa Casalegno,
Pierrette Bouillon,
Silvia Rodríguez Vázquez
University of GenevaAre Easy Language Best Practices Applied in Educational Texts for Children in French?
CharoonpongsakdiPichayaPichaya Charoonpongsakdi &
Thanakon Kaewwipat
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok“Easy German”: A Case Study on Causative and Conditional Sentences
ConzeMartinMartin Conze Martin Conze - Büro für Einfache Sprache, DortmundSome takeaways from teaching language by other subjects in a secondary school - Easy language as a process
DalemansRuthRuth DalemansZuyd University of Applied Sciences, HeerlenStrategies to improve reading understanding and reading pleasure in people with aphasia.
DalemansRuthRuth Dalemans,
Steffy Stans,
Jessie Lemmens,
Stephanie Cornips,
Stephanie von Helden-Lenzen,
Philine Berns,
Sandra Wielaert
Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, HeerlenYou know nothing asking uncomprehensible questions!: Making questionnaires communication friendly for people with neurogenic communication disorders
DeilenSilvanaSilvana DeilenJohannes Gutenberg-Universität MainzVisual segmentation of compounds in German Easy Language: Does facilitating perception reduce cognitive processing costs?
DmitrievaAnnaAnna DmitrievaNizhny NovgorodUsing a parallel Russian-Simple Russian dataset to study methods of text simplification
ForsellKarin Karin Forsell &
Stefan Johansson
Begripsam, StockholmHow did government agencies and news media handle easy to read material during the covid-19 pandemic? A qualitative study from Sweden
FuchsJuliaJulia FuchsJohannes Gutenberg-Universität MainzThe biopsychosocial model of functioning, disability and health of the ICF (WHO). Incorporating Easy Language. Application to target groups.
García MuñozÓscarÓscar García Muñoz &
Daniel Dejica-Dartis
Plena Inclusión Madrid / Polytechnic University of TimisoaraThe status of the training for easy-to-read validators and facilitators in Europe
GriebelCorneliaCornelia Griebel &
Paolo Canavese
University of Geneva / GermersheimPlain and easy language in the Swiss multilingual institutional setting. A reflection on texts, actors and translation
Hernández GarridoSergioSergio Hernández Garrido Stiftung Universität HildesheimEasy and Plain Language in Audiovisual Translation
HorváthPéter LászlóLili Ladányi &
Péter László Horváth (both presenting)
University of Szeged Juhász Gyula Faculty of EducationExperiences of professional training in Hungary (Education, training and professionalisation)
JablotschkinSarahSarah Jablotschkin &
Heike Zinsmeister
Universität HamburgA corpus-linguistic investigation into discourse-structural devices in Easy German
KlankeMarionMarion KlankeLebenshilfe Bremen e.V.Easy Language in school: “Und die Moral von der Geschicht…”
LieskeChristianAnne-Kathrin Berg,
Christian Lieske,
Melanie Siegel,
Felix Sasaki
SAP SE, Hochschule Darmstadt/University of Applied Science, TH BrandenburgTowards an Ontology for ‘Leichte Sprache’
MarmitLauraLaura Marmit &
Silvia Hansen-Schirra
University of Hildesheim / Johannes Gutenberg-Universität MainzTaking into account the Heterogeneity of the SDH-Target Group: Creation of Integrated Titles using Easy Language for the Prelingually Deaf
MoonenXavierXavier Moonen &
Judith van der Spek
University of AmsterdamDo visualizations help to better understand easy read texts?
NechaevaNataliaNatalia Nechaeva,
Krishna-Sara Helmle,
Emma Kairova
Herzen University/Association of Translation Teachers (ATT), Saint-PetersburgEasy Language in Russia as means to improve financial literacy in Russia
OreroPilarPilar OreroUniversitat Autònoma de BarcelonaLanguage accessibility: Standarising easy access to language
PedriniGiuliaGiulia PedriniUniversity of Trieste / University of Udine, Villa di ChiavennaPlain Language and text accessibility in health communication: The case of Layperson Summaries of clinical trials
ReichrathEnidEnid Reichrath &
Xavier Moonen
Taal voor allemaal / toetsen meten & weten, Valkenburg aan de GeulLanguage for all provides a win-win situation
Rodríguez VázquezSilviaSilvia Rodríguez Vázquez &
Pierrette Bouillon
Université de GenèveLinguistic and Ethical Considerations in Easy Language Machine Translation
RossettiAlessandraAlessandra Rossetti &
Luuk van Waes
University of AntwerpSocial responsibility and accessible communication: Development and evaluation of an online course
SchifflLauraLaura SchifflJohannes Gutenberg-Universität MainzLexical complexity in German Easy Language: Effects of length, frequency and repetition on the visual word processing of the target group
SchifflerIngaInga SchifflerBrokstedtThe role of the moderator of easy-to-read proofreading groups
SchulzRebeccaRebecca SchulzStiftung Universität HildesheimEmerging and Professionalisation of Easy Language interpreting
SciumbataFloriana CarlottaFloriana Carlotta Sciumbatauniversità degli Studi di TriesteDo We Need New (Italian) “Easy-to-Read” Linguistic Guidelines?
SeidelAnjaAnja SeidelLeben mit Handicaps e.V., LeipzigA tool for participation of people with intellectual disabilties – peer counselling in easy to read language
SiegelMelanieMelanie Siegel,
Joane Amrhein, Christian Assenmacher,
Pascal Fichtner,
Florian Heinz,
Maike Klepsch,
Kjell Kunz
Darmstadt University of Applied SciencesSemi-Automatic Translation of Texts into German Easy-to-Understand Language ("Leichte Sprache")
SnyderJoelJoel SnyderAudio Description Associates, LLC-Audio Description Project of the American Council of the Blind, Takoma ParkAudio Description: An Aid to Literacy
SommerJohannaJohanna SommerJohannes Gutenberg-Universität MainzNegation processing with and without truth value reversal
SpringNicolas Nicolas Spring, Dominik Pfütze, Marek Kostrzewa,
Alessia Battisti,
nnette Rios,
Sarah Ebling
University of ZurichComparing Sentence Alignment Methods for Automatic Simplification of German Texts
Suárez-FigueroaMari CarmenMari Carmen Suárez-Figueroa &
Anabel Martín
UPM (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)First Attempt to help People with Cognitive Disabilities to understand Micropoems
TcacencoLucasLucas Tcacenco &
Maria José Finatto
UFRGS, Porto AlegreSimplification as transposition of language barriers: popularization of science through museum texts
TomažinAndrejAndrej Tomažin &
Veronika Rot
RTV Slovenija, LjubljanaNumerical Data in Easy Language News Articles at RTV Slovenija
TrescherHendrikHendrik TrescherPhilipps-Universität MarburgReflections on Easy Language