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              • A male student is in front of a computer screen. He is holding a computer mouse in his right hand. On the screen are various forms and graphs. The mouse and keyboard rest on a yellow desk.

                Inclusive job preparation and placement in the media & entertainment sector

                AEMP offers pre-vocational and vocational training programmes in a range of technology, multimedia, and art-based themes, which focus on learning through play. In addition, the project provides mentoring and monitoring tools as well as various support and training to parents, educators, and professionals.
                AIMS Media Pvt. Ltd., Ability Enhancement Programme, India

              • A facility with two ramps at the entrance

                Effectively creating accessible buildings in rural, less developed areas

                In 2011 the Uva Provincial Council developed a policy to achieve universal inclusion in this district by 2018. The policy is addressing the gaps in accessibility to the built environment as well as targeting the inclusion of persons with disabilities and older persons in a holistic manner and in a way that is feasible within a rural setting.
                Uva Provincial Council, Sri Lanka – Uva Provincial Council, Moneragala – Age Friendly & Disabled Friendly City, Sri Lanka

              • Support programme for young people leaving school

                WALK PEER is a five-year model. In the first two years, young people while they are still at school are guided and trained on topics such as employability, entrepreneurship and transition. Transition is the main topic for years three and four. In the final year, the focus is entirely on a good start of their professional life.
                WALK - Inclusive Employment Services, WALK Peer programme, Ireland

              • Building an inclusive labour market

                Due to the Employment Protection Act No. 80 lesser capability because of age, illness or acquired disability is not an objective ground for dismissal and employers must make all reasonable efforts to retain the worker. As a result in Sweden 50% of disabled persons with reduced ability to work are employed.
                Government of Sweden, Building an inclusive labour market, Sweden

              • Children walking on a ramp to enter a school facility.

                Disability-inclusive communities in remote areas

                The programme focuses on prevention of childhood Disability, Community Based Rehabilitation and strengthening community systems in order to continue the work using resources provided by local government authorities. Between 2015 and 2017 approximately 5,000 persons have benefitted from Inspire2Care.
                Karuna Foundation, Inspire2Care, Nepal

              • A male tv presenter in a dark blue suit is conveying the news via sign language on television. He is standing outside of a large two story building.

                Regular sign language TV programme on the topics of welfare and community

                Sign Language Talks Welfare is a regional monthly TV programme in Japan with sign language interpretation, provided by Okayama Broadcasting. It informs the deaf community and is produced mainly by deaf people themselves. Launched in 1993, the programme is financed entirely by advertising and does not need subsidies.
                OHK - Okayama Broadcasting Co., Ltd, Sign Language Talks Welfare Program, Japan

              • A young woman sitting in her electric wheelchair looks at the "Accessbile Zagreb service" app on her smartphone. She is waiting in front of a Zebra crossing in a residential area.

                A city collecting all the information about its accessibility for a smartphone app

                Accessible Zagreb is a web/app service of the City of Zagreb, Croatia, that provides detailed information about accessibility and the respective accessibility features of public facilities and streets, as well as real-time information about public transport. Accessible Zagreb is available in Croatian, English, and German.
                City of Zagreb, Office for Social Protection and Persons With Disabilties, Accessible Zagreb online service, Croatia

              • A project participant is looking at the computer screen and taking one of the courses.

                Free online training for professionals on applying accessibility guidelines

                The free online training teaches professionals and future professionals how to apply accessibility guidelines and technology within each of the professions. The courses also cover the legal implications of a lack of accessibility, and the economic and social importance of accessible technology.
                ONCE Foundation, Open and Accessible Universal Design Training Courses, Spain

              • Three children are lying on the grass their head with their decise arragend in a circle.

                Online training for parents and teachers of children with learning disabilities

                Accessing UrAbility, users are first guided through a selection tool to choose the best fitting Assistive Technology. They are then auto-assigned courses based on their technical abilities, language, and location. The courses contain video demonstrations, live Q&A sessions, and access to a closed meet-up group
                UrAbility, Assistive Technology to Support Children with Learning Disabilities, Ireland

              • A man in a blue T-shirt with a laptop in front of him explains something to four other men who are all seated and listening to him.

                Providing vocational skills and career development to young adults with disabilities

                The training focuses on IT entrepreneurship and career development to enable employment or self-employment. Graduates are supported in their search for an internship or a job or receive a small grant to start a company. Between 2017 and 2020, 1,300 people and 570 special needs teachers were trained.
                Special Needs Initiative For Growth, TVET for Special Needs Young Adults in Low-Middle Income Countries, Nigeria