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              • A group of visitors in an art exhibition looking at black and white artwork.

                An art exhibition making art accessible in very different ways

                The Fundaci├│n ONCE International Contemporary Art Biennale is an inclusive art exhibition recognizing artists with disabilities and presenting them in an accessible way. The Biennale, which attracted 185,000 visitors in 2016, shows different forms of artistic expressions and offers art related side activities.
                ONCE Foundation, Spain

              • The 'Accessibility Guide' illustrates low or no-cost solutions for companies to allow persons with disabilities accessibility and employment. It creates inclusive employment policies and promotes inclusive businesses.

                The guide offers low to no-cost solutions that give persons with disabilities barrier-free access to the workplace. To generate effective and affordable solutions, employers are trained to interact with the surrounding community and with the persons with disabilities to define and build the accessibility solutions together.
                Trust for the Americas, Collected ideas for access to the workplace, Mexico

              • Funding for running for an elected office

                The Access to Elected Office for Disabled People Fund, established in 2012, offers individual grants to persons with disabilities who wish to put themselves forward as a candidate or for running their election campaign, but who incur additional costs associated with their disability. As of 2014 the Fund had supported 50 candidates.
                UK Government Equalities Office, ACCESS TO ELECTED OFFICE FOR DISABLED PEOPLE FUND, United Kingdom

              • Three women sit, while having a discussion in sign language live on Signs TV in front of UN sustainable goals posters.

                24-hour TV station broadcasting in sign language

                Signs TV broadcasts in sign language along with audio and voice, presenting informative, educational, and entertainment content with a focus on deaf culture and disability rights. In 2019 Signs TV had an estimated audience of 500,000 deaf people, 1.2 million with other disabilities and 1.5 million people who wanted to learn sign language.
                Signs Media Kenya Limited, Signs TV, Kenya

              • ACCESS AUDITS UNDER THE ACTION PLAN TOWARDS KUALA LUMPUR AS ACCESSIBLE CITY

                The Action Plan towards Kuala Lumpur as Accessible City sets out an implementation framework including workshops, access auditing and a holistic focus on all three stages of the construction process: design, construction and post-construction. It highlights three priority areas: legislation, enforcement and monitoring, and awareness rising.
                Kuala Lumpur City Hall, Kuala Lumpur: Enforcing accessibility, Malaysia

              • Common European Guidelines on the Transition from Institutional to Community-based Care copyright: European Expert Group on the Transition from Institutional to Community-based Care

                Diverting EU funds towards community-based care

                The European Expert Group was established to support the EU in promoting care reforms. It includes a wide range of stakeholders, providing training, guidance, and tools to political representatives and governments to inform them about the need of community-based care and the risks of institutional care for persons with disabilities.
                Lumos Foundation, United Kingdom

              • A person with a tablet computer is explaining the RehApp to another person to his right. A group of six women sit on chairs in a circle. On a makeshift coffee table is a platter with a cake

                App with hands-on information on rehabilitation to fieldworkers in low-income countries

                RehApp is a free app that supports fieldworkers in low-income countries to provide effective rehabilitation services to people with disabilities. The app provides specialist information and options for interventions developed by more than 70 disability experts. In 2020 there were 200 users.
                Enablement B.V., RehApp, Netherlands

              • COLOMBIA 1 - inauguracion sala conectando sentidos en quibdo

                Plan Vive Digital is a national plan to increase both Internet access and Internet usage. One of its specific objectives is to improve universal access to ICT. More than 80 initiatives proactively address vulnerable groups, including people with disabilities, in order to promote their educational, labour and social inclusion.
                Colombian Ministry of Information and Communication Technology, Colombia

              • Inclusive Education

                rolled out throughout Ghana

                Ghana's inclusive education policy and a comprehensive implementation plan (2015 to 2019) have led to the nationwide introduction of inclusive education. The programme started in 2009, by 2011 a total of 529 schools were participating and 1,322 teachers and specialists from the Ghanaian Education Service were trained.
                Ghana Education Service, Special Education Division, Inclusive Education Policy, Ghana

              • Head Start children with disabilities go for a walk with other children and adult caregivers.

                Promoting school readiness and a head start for all

                The Head Start programme, founded in 1965, is the largest US-federal programme to deliver high-quality early learning opportunities to low- income children under five. Since 1972 the programme at least 10% of its enrolment opportunities have to be reserved for children with disabilities. In 2014, 12.2% of enrolees were children with disabilities.
                US Department of Health and Human Services, HEAD START PROGRAMME OF 1965, United States of America