This year's International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Judo Grand Prix in Baku has been given the slogan "Triumph of Spirit".
The competition is due to take place in Azerbaijan's capital city between May 13 and 14 at the Heydar Aliyev Sports and Concert Complex.
Preparations are said to be going "smoothly" with 40 countries and 350 athletes now expected to compete.
The competition is the first event of the IBSA Judo season.
Action will take place at the same time as the able-bodied competition at the International Judo Federation's (IJF) Baku Grand Slam.
This comes after a collaboration between the IJF and IBSA to better-promote blind judo.
"We want this competition to be a holiday for our Paralympians, our citizens with impairments," said Azerbaijan Paralympic Committee President Ilgar Rahimov.
"That is why we have attracted individuals with disabilities to the organisational work of this event.
"At the same time, we have started to work towards the creation of the Paralympic volunteer movement.
"We will benefit from the services of individuals with disabilities at the Opening Ceremony and in other parts of the organisation.
"This will once more prove that individuals with disabilities are able to fully participate in community life."
A flash mob is planned for the Opening Ceremony of the competition while tickets will be free.
Medal-winning judoka at the event will receive handmade sculptures showing off Azerbaijan's culture.
The medals will feature Baku's skyline.