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              • A man and a woman are at a desk with paperwork in front of them. The man is seated on the right of the picture wearing dark glasses. The woman is standing next to him and writing on a form.

                Lottery funds for employment support of people with hearing or visual disabilities

                People with hearing or visual impairments are supported in professional skills development and career planning by specialized trainers. Employers also receive staff training and other support. Since 2009, 703 people were hired as a result of the programme and 43 businesses have joined the NGO’s network.
                Committee for People Who Are Blind and Deaf in Guatemala, Labour Inclusion and Entrepreneurship Programme, Guatemala

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                Access to Justice in Israel for people with complex communication difficulties

                Israel was the first country to introduce the right to barrier-free investigations into the law.As part of the pilot project "The Right to be Heard", 14 special investigators were trained in the use of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and 12 speech pathologists were trained to support investigations.
                JDC - American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, The Right to Be Heard, Israel

              • Two young women sit next to each other in front of two computers, with a crutch leaning on the desk between them. One woman is doing a typing exercise.

                Smart Inclusion Centres in universities that connect students with employers

                The Youth4Jobs Foundation has established Smart Inclusion Centres through its College Connect programme in 21 colleges and universities in India. The centres provide assistance with training and job placement. By 2020, 900 candidates have been trained by the centres, 550 of whom have jobs.
                Youth4Jobs Foundation, College Connect, India

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                This project takes a holistic approach to the accessibility of banking services: buildings, banking foyers, ATMs, bank cards and websites are made accessible for persons with all kinds of disabilities.

                To make banking accessible there are no steps at the entrances to the branch offices, a tactile guiding system leads to the information desk and advice counters are equipped with induction units. The website is available in sign language and simple language and in 2011 a new bank card for blind and visually impaired persons was launched.
                Unicredit Bank Austria AG, Towards fully accessible banking services, Austria

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                A tablet that creates Braille, graphics, maps, and more

                BLITAB – the iPad for the blind as it is called also – is the first-ever Braille tablet, using a new liquid-based technology to create tactile relief that produces Braille, graphics, maps, etc., for the blind and partially sighted. From the very start, blind and visually impaired users were involved in the product development.
                BLITAB Technology Gmbh, Austria

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                AppHear is a mobile hearing aid to make information and communication accessible in supermarkets. It can easily be fitted as an accessory to shopping carts.

                AppHear is a tool that helps provide a clear understanding of acoustical information in shopping centres. The customer does not need to stand close to an information booth or carry a receiver since AppHear is attached directly to the shopping cart. The shopping centre does not need to install any additional technology or provide additional equipment.
                Bloom Hörakustik, Mobile hearing aid attachable to shopping carts, Austria

              • Modeling ICT In Schools for Blind Learners Through Assistive Technology

                Using computers to support blind learners on all levels of education

                The objective of the project is to integrate assistive technology in the national education system, and thus ensure that assistive technology for people with visual impairment is available at the workplace and at all levels of education. Representatives from the identified proposed project areas were thoroughly involved in the planning process.
                Tanzania League of the Blind, Tanzania

              • 6 women sit around a table, which is covered with documents, taking part in a class.

                A systematic approach to creating inclusive school environments

                "One school for All" is the first whole school approach to Inclusive Education in Bulgaria. The two-year programme offers schools a structured and systemic approach in four key areas: school leadership, teaching practices, partnership with parents, and child safety. In Bulgaria, the programme costs around € 5,200 for a school.
                Association for Shared Learning ELA, One School for All – a model for creating inclusive school environments, Bulgaria

              • On the left side is a screen, and an instructor demonstrates the EYE Tool to a visually impaired male person sitting on the right.

                Free learning tool for visually impaired persons to improve their computer skills

                The EYE Tool is a self-learning tool that teaches visually impaired people digital skills to prepare them for computer-based workplaces. Users can choose from over 400 exercises, participate in job role simulations, receive feedback, and test their progress. EYE Tool has over 10,000 users in 15 countries.
                Enable India, Educate Yourself Easily (EYE) Tool, India

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                Online platform to prepare all students for final primary school exams

                The free online platform supports schoolchildren with and without disabilities in their preparation in mathematics and the Serbian language. The exam questions are available in various formats, along with functions in Easy Language and explanatory pictures. Since its launch in 2015, almost 4,000 school children have benefited.
                Mathematicial Society of Serbia, Final Exam, Serbia