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              • A women in a white shirt and glasses sits in a library in front of a screen talking to another person by using an online video interpretation service called SIVisual.

                A 24-hour sign language interpretation service via video call

                SVIsual is a free 24-hour video interpreting service that allows deaf people to communicate with hearing people, launched by Fundación CNSE and the National Association of the Deaf. Users communicate through the service via sign language, and lip reading and text chat are also available.
                CNSE Foundation, SVIsual, Spain

              • 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

              • An animated bear with a countdown timer played on an iPad next to the faucet while a preschooler girl wearing a striped pullover is standing in front of the basin and a mirror brushing her teeth.

                Teaching skills to children with autism using animated video

                In 2013, Signes De Sens from France together with the Centre Ressources Autismes Hauts-de-France created ‘Ben the Koala’, a cartoon character that teaches children with autism everyday tasks such as brushing teeth and getting dressed. Dissemination takes place via videos, mobile apps, and printed materials.
                Signes de sens, Ben le Koala, France

              • Two young women appearing to have down syndrome seated smiling in a long table together with three other persons appearing to also have down syndrome doodling.

                Facilitated self-advocacy groups for people with Down Syndrome

                In 2017 the Down Syndrome Association of Turkey launched the self-advocacy group Voice+1, which organizes regular meetings supported by facilitators. By 2022, Voice+1 has grown to 27 self-advocates in five cities and has resulted in the establishment of a Down syndrome research commission in parliament.
                Down Syndrome Association, My Voice, My Society – Voice+1, Turkey

              • A women holding a microphone in an open-air event stands in front of a crowd seated in tables and bleachers in an open space lighted by light posts.

                Social and recreational activities for persons with disabilities and their families

                Since 2005 the Shekulo Tov Group in Israel has offered ‘SAME’ (Skills, Activity, Mediation, Environment), a large-scale and government-funded social and recreational programme for people with disabilities and their families. Activities take place in real life and online, and range from visits to the cinema to skills training.
                Shekulo Tov Group, SAME (Skills Activity Mediation Environment), Israel

              • A living room with two couches perpendicularly placed across a hanging lamp and a television mounted on the wall with a shelf below. Beside the door is a painting. Candles on top of a glass center table in the center of the room.

                Multifaceted relief programme for people struggling with mental health

                Developed in 2019 by Rincon Family Services in Chicago, USA, The Living Room (TLR) is a non-clinical safe space providing respite and recovery support to people experiencing psychological crisis. The number of TLR guests increased to 1,000 by mid-2022 and the model has been adopted across the US state of Illinois.
                Rincon Family Services, The Living Room, United States of America

              • A group of Chilean persons appearing to have different motor disability compressed for a photo with hands raised in the air in front of a beamer screen that reads "Programa Red Emprendedores con Discapacidad".

                Support programme for entrepreneurs with disabilities

                RED – Emprendedores con Discapacidad (Entrepreneurs with Disabilities), a programme of Fundación Vida Independiente in Chile, supports entrepreneurs with disabilities through training, individual counselling, an online store, and accessible tools.
                Independent Living Foundation Chile, RED – Emprendedores con Discapacidad (Entrepreneurs with disabilities), Chile

              • A preschool girl seated on her desk with left arm raised. On her left is a robot and on her right are books piles and a canister with pencils.

                Home-based children using a robot in classroom to learn and socialize

                Berater Unternehmensberatungs GmbH from Austria has been offering education with the help of physical robots, so-called avatars, since 2020. Targeting children who cannot go to school, the avatars are usually placed in the classroom and can be personalized.
                die Berater counsulting, Interaction avatar, Austria

              • Two television screens projects a woman seated in a studio. One screen shows a close up shot and the other is a whole body shot.

                Teaching inclusivity for digital designers through customized video courses

                Fable Tech Labs is a Canadian start-up that provides digital accessibility services delivered by people with disabilities. This offering has been complemented by "Fable Upskill" - video-based, customer-specific online training for businesses - since 2021. In 2022, Fable worked with 80 companies.
                Fable Tech Labs, Fable Upskill, Canada

              • Inclusive organic agriculture farming for all, with approximately half being persons with disabilities

                CBM cooperates with local partners across various states of India to train farmers, including people with disabilities, in organic farming and in supporting them by providing community loans for the procurement of equipment and livestock. By 2016 more than 11,000 farmers participated, 4,098 of whom were people with disabilities.
                CBM - Christoffel Blind Mission India, India