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              • The Mission of Artesens from France: Learning about art while touching tactile reproductions and experiencing moments of emotion and aesthetic pleasure during interactive plays.

                Artesens designes inclusive exhibitions. Children and adults with and without disabilities discover their cultural heritage based on a sensitive, artistic and playful approach. Paintings are reproduced and historical objects are experienced in interactive roleplays. Artesens also reproduces art and develops training packages.
                Association Artesens, Experiencing art through different senses, France

              • Former students with disabilities are working at the Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) as counsellors for freshmen and other students. They also give advice to the university on accessible, universally designed environments in order to provide higher education irrespective of disabilities.

                Former students of Tallinn University of Technology with disabilities are employed as counsellors at the university. They provide assistance for and support to students, university staff and key decision makers. As a result improvements were made and the number of students with disabilities increased over 300% in three years.
                Tallinn University of Technology, Higher education accessible in Tallinn, Estonia

              • Museum visitors reading the descriptions in the easy language.

                Easy language as a key to the exhibition experience

                Salzburg Museum is translating their introductory and accompanying texts to exhibitions into easy language and thus also seeks to make a statement regarding the instituation’s fully inclusive nature. The service is not only intended for a minority group but is part of the museum experience for the general public.
                Salzburg Museum, Austria

              • Child Development Monitoring for Rural Areas

                Yayasan Suryakanti Bandung is a non-profit foundation that specializes in supporting infants and children at high risk for disability through early detection and intervention in rural areas of Indonesia. To that end, it established the Suryakanti Foundation Centre. From 2014 to 2016 approximately 18,000 patients were served.
                Suryakanti Foundation Center, Child development monitoring for rural areas, Indonesia

              • Jobs for the most marginalised people with disabilities

                The project focuses on three main areas: Targeted skills development, interventions and responds to the specific needs and interests of the participants and home-based enterprises for those with severe mobility challenges. From 324 participants in 2014 to 2016, 254 have found employment, 49% were female.
                Sightsavers, Project “Connecting the Dots”, United Kingdom

              • Jobs for persons with psychosocial disabilities

                NLPRA’s social enterprises adopt a business approach in operation, with the objective of providing work and training opportunities to people in recovery from mental illness in a real work setting. In 2013 NLPRA operated 21 "330"-enterprises in retail, catering, eco-tourism, direct sales, cleansing and property management.
                New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association, Jobs for persons with psychosocial disabilities, China - Hong Kong

              • Equal employment conditions

                The Act revokes discriminatory provisions, under which operators of sheltered workshops were given a blanket exemption from minimum wage and holiday and sick leave legislation. Now all persons, including employees with disabilities of sheltered workshops, are entitled to the minimum wage, and holiday and sick leave benefits.
                IHC - In Your Community New Zealand, Equal employment conditions, New Zealand

              • Placing teachers with disabilities in regular schools

                The programme places teachers with disabilities in regular schools, supported by assistant teachers. While the focus was initially on visually impaired people, the initiative has now been extended and reaches out to persons with other disabilities as well. Between 2014 and 2016 more than 34 jobs were created.
                Lesothian Ministry of Education and Training, Lesotho

              • Entrepreneurship training and support for persons with disabilities

                The programme supports the self-employment of people with disabilities. Launched in 2018, the project was implemented in seven provinces by 2020. Of the 502 young entrepreneurs who received support after start-up, 360 are succeeding as entrepreneurs and 12 have secured sustainable employment.
                KFF - Kadiwaku Family Foundation, Inclusive Entrepreneurship for Persons with Disabilities, Congo

              • ANTI-DISCRIMINATION AND ACCESSIBLITY ACT & EQUALITY AND ANTI-DISCRIMINATION OMBUD AND TRIBUNAL

                Norway’s Anti-Discrimination and Accessibility Act of 2008 is the country’s first nationwide non-discrimination act. It introduced legal safeguards against discrimination of people with disabilities in all sectors of society. The focus is on buildings, transport and ICT. The law also includes an obligation to use universal design.
                Norwegian Ministry of Children, Equality and Social Inclusion, Universal design in non-discrimination law, Norway