• Representing people living with OI and their families, and OIFE’s member organisations on both European and International levels.
  • Advocating the needs of those living with OI to national and international organisations, focusing on inclusion within public health programs.
  • Striving towards equal access to early diagnosis, appropriate therapeutic strategies and optimal medical treatment and care.
  • Promoting and encouraging research into all aspects of OI, in coordination with medical professionals and advisors.
  • Collecting, transmitting, exchanging and publicising information about OI.
  • Developing and strengthening the structure of the OIFE; allowing it to carry out its routine tasks and to realise its current and future aims.
  • Cooperating with other organisations representing people living with disabilities - such as rare genetic or connective tissue conditions – in order to achieve common goals.
  • Helping to establish new OI associations, and supporting those already in existence.
  • Increasing public awareness of OI
  • Providing information and support to individuals and families living with OI.