Riga (Latvia, 2014)
20th year took place at Strazdumuiza Residential School and Training Centre for Blind and Visually Impaired Children, in Riga, from August 3 to 12, 2014.
Telc (Czech Republic, 2013)
The 19th year has been the largest in the history of the ICC both in terms of the number of participating students and the total number of people involved. There were 150 participants from twenty countries not only from Europe, but also from Japan and South Africa.
Cluj-Napoca (Romania, 2012)
The 18th ICC took place in an agreeable Romanian city called Cluj-Napoca. This year the camp was hosted by the High School for the Visually Impaired, on whose premises most of the activities took place.
Ferrara (Italy, 2011)
In the second week of the 17th year of the ICC, hosted by the Italian organization Unione Italiana dei Ciechi e degli Ipovedenti (Italian Union of the Blind and Partially Sighted), the participants found themselves in the Italian city of Ferrara.
Athens (Greece, 2010)
The 16th year of the ICC took place in Athens, the capital of Greece, as it was hosted by the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
Vienna (Austria, 2009)
The 15th year of the ICC was hosted by the Federal Institute for the Blind in Vienna, Austria. The facility provided accommodation, meals and almost the entire program took place there as well.
Espoo (Finland, 2007)
In 2007 the 14th year of the ICC was hosted by the Arla instittute in Espoo, Finland, which is located about 20 km from the center of Helsinki, Finland's capital.
Königs Wusterhausen (Germany, 2006)
The 13th year of the ICC was hosted by the Bradenburg School for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Königs Wusterhausen, Germany.
Brno (Czech Republic, 2005)
The twelfth year of ICC took place in the Czech republic and the Teiresiás Center was involved in its preparation along with a number of other cooperating organizations and institutions. The venue for the event was the Faculty of Economics and Administration of Masaryk University.
Budapest (Hungary, 2004)
In 2004 the ICC took place in the capital of Hungary. The event was hosted by the Special school for the blind Vakok Általános Iskolája.
Zollikofen (Switzerland, 2003)
In 2003 the ICC traveled outside of the European Union once more, this time to Switzerland. Those who expected the camp to be set in a more lively place after Loughborough were probably surprised; the group traveled by train to Zollikofen (near Bern), which turned out to be a rather small town.
Loughborough (England, 2002)
The second time the Teiresiás Center coordinated the Czech national participation in the ICC was in Loughborough in mid-England in 2002. Compared to the previous year in Slovenia, slightly smaller groups came to England; on the other hand, more seminars were prepared.
Skofja Loka (Slovenia, 2001)
The role of the national coordinator of the Czech participation in the ICC was taken by the Teiresiás Center for the first time. The camp was set in a marvelous historic city of Skofja Loka, a place of residence of Slovenian bishops not far from the capital city Ljubljana.