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From accessible buildings to alternative testing methods – where are we now?
Data on vocational Training
Matei Ghigiu, 3DecembrieALTfel, states that there is no official data in Romania available on vocational training.
Available data on public buildings
Meera Shenoy, from India on available data on public buildings including schools and universities that that comply with the ISO 21542:2011 standards on accessibility and usability of the built environment.
Alternative testing methods
Christina Ryan talking about the situation in regards to alternative testing methods in Australia.
Accessible learning materials
Dan Pescod from RNIB on the availability of accessible study materials for persons with disabilities in the United Kingdom.
Find some outstanding results regarding accessibility of buildings, alternative testing methods, data on vocational training and accessible study materials – and how you can use all the data for your individual research…
The Zero Project has completed the nomination process for Innovative Practices and Policies in the field of employment, work and vocational education and training. It has received 213 nominations for Innovative Practices and 47 for Innovative…
In Tokyo, the discussion went on:
In the aftermath of the 9th session of the Conference of the States Parties (CoSP) to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), which recently took place in New York, we continued…