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              • A girls sits in front of a computer, while clapping her hands and playing games for the blind being observed by an woman.

                Free open-source electronic games for children

                "Games for the Blind" is a series of free electronic games designed for blind children as well as an online platform to create and share their own game. The games are designed to familiarize children with computers and to allow them to practice their hearing and other skills while having the option to play with their peers.
                SciFY - Science For You, Games for the Blind, Greece

              • A woman in a wheelchair is facing stairs at the entrance to a park in Madrid. She is turning her back to the audience and it becomes obvious that that stairs are an unsurmountable barrier for her.

                App facilitating citizen reporting of accessibility barriers

                The AccesibilidApp was developed by COCEMFE and Vodafone and enables citizens to report accessibility and mobility barriers in their built environment. COCEMFE will then contact those responsible to remove these barriers. Since 2014 a total of 2,331 cases have been reported by 1,355 users.
                COCEMFE - Spanish Confederation of People with Physical and Organic Disabilities, Accessibility App, Spain

              • A screenshot from a website, where the term "environnment" is explained in a text dictionary entry on the right side, and a still picture of a video showing a woman using sign language

                Web-browser extension for looking up explanations in sign language

                Elix Dictionary was developed by the French NGO Signes de Sens. It is a bilingual video dictionary in French Sign Language. With free extension for web browsers, Elix Bubble users can access Elix Dictionary by right-clicking on a word without leaving the website.
                Signes de sens, La Bulle Elix, France

              • Wayfindr: Empowering vision impaired people to travel independently

                Wayfindr wants to establish an Open Standard that helps manufacturers create consistent and reliable wayfinding products. For people with visual impairments, such a standard will enable them to navigate independently by giving them access to reliable, consistent directions from their smartphones and other devices.
                Royal Society for Blind Children, United Kingdom

              • Comprehensive database of accessibility features in mobile devices and Smart TVs

                "Global Accessibility Reporting Initiative" is a free online database that lists the accessibility features of mobile phones, tablets, apps, Smart TVs, and wearables. GARI provides information on more than 110 accessibility features of approximately 1,100 mobile phone models and receives approximately 500,000 views per month.
                Mobile & Wireless Forum, GARI, Belgium

              • Robobraille

                Creating smart accessible media using RoboBraille

                RoboBraille is a free, award-winning service, capable of automatically converting documents into alternate formats. The goal of the project is to explore new smarter and easier methods to prepare and produce educational material in alternate formats using RoboBraille and other relevant free ICT tools.
                Hilfsgemeinschaft - Austrian Association supporting the Blind and Visually Impaired, Austria

              • 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

              • 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

              • People with intellectual disabilities as project coordinators

                CHANGE is a non-profit organization led by people with disabilities employing people with intellectual disabilities in open labour market conditions. The projects include a health and care strategic partner programme in cooperation with the National Health Service and a parenting support programme.
                CHANGE, United Kingdom

              • Anti-stigma campaign

                Hjärnkoll is a national anti-stigma campaign in Sweden run by 200 "ambassadors", who are people with their own experience of psychosocial health problems. The key activities of the campaign are directed towards media and training for special targeted groups, such as employers, healthcare staff and police.
                Swedish Agency for Disability Coordination, Anti-stigma campaign, Sweden