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              • Fighting unemployment from two sides: with training centres and by influencing legal frameworks

                4J sets up centres as a public-private partnership to provide vocational training for young people with disabilities from rural areas and places them in companies. Due to State Government participation in the programme, Y4J has been able to influence the legal framework towards pro-disability policies.
                Youth4Jobs Foundation, Centre for Persons with Disability Livelihoods (CPDL), India

              • Disability-inclusive approach to bring families out of extreme poverty

                Since 2018 the project supports households in the cities of Kurigram and Chattogram. Participants receive rehabilitation services, including occupational therapy and counselling, and receive cash transfers to meet their basic needs. As of 2020, 1,447 households are being supported.
                Humanity & Inclusion France, Disability Inclusive Poverty Graduation, Bangladesh

              • Two women are sitting in front of their screens in an office room. They are talking to the in Libras community of deaf persons using sign language and gesturing with joyfull expressions on their faces.

                A city organizing weekly conversations in public spaces with citizens in sign language

                To support the dissemination of the Brazilian sign language Libras, the city of Curitiba created Conversation in Libras launched the Conversation in Libras programme, offering weekly face-to-face meetings in its public spaces that improve the interaction and communication in Libras, the Brazilian sign language.
                Curitiba City Hall, Conversation in Libras, Brazil

              • This graphic shows a Digital Accessibility Maturity Score Card in which different parameters for digital accessiblity, icluding responsability and support, are presented graphically and in writing.

                Digital Accessibility Maturity Scorecard for companies

                Hassell Inclusion, a London-based digital accessibility consultancy, developed the Digital Accessibility Maturity Scorecard in 2020. It enables organizations to assess their digital accessibility performance against nine dimensions based on the principles of the ISO 30071 code.
                Hassell Inclusion Ltd., Scorecard for companies to self-assess their current practices in digital accessibility, United Kingdom

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                Accessible learning materials for students with visual impairments

                Young Power in Social Action is an organization employing nearly 2,000 people and 32 persons with disabilities (2016). In this specific project, 80% were persons with disabilities. It was to produce and distribute digital multimedia books, fully accessible e-books, and digital Braille books. By 2016 155 schoolbooks had been converted.
                YPSA - Young Power in Social Action, Bangladesh

              • Pictured is Paul in an office setting. Paul is sitting in front of a single monitor where zoom is applied, enabling Paul to send and receive email (outlook is visible on the monitor).

                Government-produced model toolkit for accessible websites and online content

                The Online Accessibility Toolkit, published by the regional gonverment of Southern Australia, is a free and publicly available set of tools for making websites and online solutions more accessible and inclusive. The toolkit contains eight topics and was designed in consultation with people with disabilities.
                Government of South Australia, South Australian Government Online Accessibility Policy and Toolkit, Australia

              • Controlling the computer with

                eye movements

                Irisbond Primma is a system whereby a simple and intuitive interface allows users to access any Windows computer application accurately through eye movement. With just the use of their eyes, those who are disabled and have slurred speech can access the usual functions, such as surfing the Internet, writing texts, sending an email, etc.
                Irisbond, Spain

              • BCANDS promotional stand.

                Advice and support service targeted to indigenous populations

                BCANDS provides free advice and support to any person with a disability-related query, but with a focus on the unique needs of Indigenous populations. The organization acts as a liaison among service agencies. In 2017, BCANDS supported over 1,700 people in accessing local or national services.
                British Columbia Aboriginal Network on Disability Society, Canada

              • Tuleen, a project participant in a wheel chair with an attached desk, studys together with other children in a classroom.

                One-year preparation programme for children with disabilities to enter mainstream schools

                The programme includes services such as occupational therapy, assistive technology, and support from special education specialists, along with the creation of individual education plans. The services are designed to help children to prepare for and pass the entrance exam to be admitted into grade 1 of mainstream schools in Jordan.
                Al Hussein Society - Jordan Center for Training & Inclusion, School Preparation Programme, Jordan

              • A group of young adults, with and without physical disabilities standing in front of a parking space for people with wheelchairs.

                Planning and building accessible cities, simplified

                In 2002 CCA began to publish graphic accessibility guides in the form of leaflets called "Accessible Thematic Files." By 2017, 13 Files have been published, supporting municipalities, planning institutions, and the public with the aim of accelerating the planning of accessible environments, buildings, and towns.
                Corporaci├│n Ciudad Accesible, Graphic Accessibility Guides, Chile