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              • The Unlocking Potentials programme contributes to improving the living conditions of persons with disabilities in Lebanon and supports them in accessing formal employment through vocational training. It provides comprehensive support for jobseekers, job opportunities in public and private sectors and a pilot scheme for income generation.
                LPHU - Lebanese Physical Handicapped Union, Economic and social inclusion, Lebanon

              • A free online ICT accessibility course, accessible by the blind and deaf

                The ICT Accessibility Open Online Course (MOOC) is a six-week, 100-hour course taught by accessibility experts. The self-paced format encourages interaction between students and instructors. The project was initiated in 2016 and by 2017 7,636 enrollments from 169 countries had been received.
                AMAC - Accessibility Solutions & Research Center, ICT Accessibility MOOC Education for All, United States of America

              • Inclusion in a virtual organisation

                Genashtim delivers online education and support services, operated as a virtual organization with people working from home in five countries. For this reason it can effectively engage people with disabilities. In 2012 Genashtim had 60 people on its payroll, of whom 35 were persons with different disabilities.
                Genashtim Innovative Learning Pte Ltd., Inclusion in a virtual organisation, Singapore

              • A girl uses the Livox platform on a tablet, which is hold by a woman.

                Alternative communication platform for people with learning difficulties

                The Livox app enables users with speaking or learning difficulties to communicate using virtual cards with pictures or illustrated short phrases. The app can be operated noth by blinking and by speech. The app is self-learning and also features a content creator to add communication cards with videos, pictures and music.
                Livox, Livox, Brazil

              • A tour guide in front of many Renaissance paintings gives a tour to visiters, who are sitting or standing in a big exibition room of the Staatlichen Museum Schwerin.

                Training people with disabilities to be museum guides

                Capito Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, together with the Staatliches Museum Schwerin, has developed a course that trains people with disabilities as art mediators. The course not only teaches art history, but also skills in dealing in dealing and communicating with different visitors or in handling difficult situations.
                capito Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, New Ways to Art, Germany

              • A middle aged male in his electric wheelchair is sitting at his desk in front of a screen while working in his office, which is decorated with plants and pictures hanging on the white walls.

                Collection of digital and technical solutions for universally designed workplaces

                The Nordic Welfare Centre’s programme named Future of Working Life identifies and provides solutions in 18 technology areas that have the potential to improve the situation of people with disabilities in the labour market. The main target groups are employers, employees, and experts in the open labour market.
                Nordic Welfare Centre, The Future of Working Life, Denmark

              • Many women and men are sitting in rows, looking at a podium; in the background are promotional stands.

                Comprehensive job-creation model from East Europe expanding internationally

                The self-funded programme assists people with disabilities to acquire soft skills and professional abilities. Jamba also works with employers and operates a job matching platform. Launched in 2017, by 2020 Jamba has trained more than 590 people, has 58 partner organizations, and has more than 2,000 candidates in its database.
                JAMBA - Career for All, JAMBA - Career For All, Bulgaria

              • Girl sits in a bean bags, while reading on her tablet using Bookshare.

                Accessible eBook library with over 775,000 books in 47 languages

                Benetech’s software platform renders books and other print materials into five accessible digital formats.The organization works with 900 publishers and NGOs. Membership in Bookshare is free for eligible US students, while individuals from the US and other countries pay up to a maximum of USD 50 per year.
                Benetech, Bookshare, United States of America

              • Accurate navigation system for the blind and visually impaired to improve public services

                Waymap, an IT-start-up company from the United Kingdom, enables visually impaired people to orient themselves indoors and outdoors with a location accuracy of one meter. It is aimed at public transport operators, who offer the service free of charge to customers with disabilities.
                Waymap, Waymap, United Kingdom

              • Project participants gather outside and chatting with eachother during an accessibility seminar.

                A social franchise model for accessibility experts

                In 2015, the All-Russian Society of Disabled People (ARDS) began to conduct accessibility seminars throughout the country. In order to support many of the people it trains, the ARDS set up expert centres across Russia, offering advice and financial support. By 2019, some 480 experts were working in 64 of 85 regions of Russia.
                All Russian Society of Disabled People, Certification in Accessibility Expertise, Russia