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UNIC Moscow: Participation in the 3rd International Conference of the Moscow City Government's "Equal Rights - Equal Opportunities" Program, 1 July 2011
By Alexandre Gorelik

UNIC Moscow participated in the 3rd International Conference of the Moscow City Government's "Equal Rights - Equal Opportunities" event, where it helped shape a special session on 'Accessibility of the Information Environment'. More

NEA Suggests NAEP Test Items Be Written in "Plain English" for Students with Disabilities
By Debra Ruh  Employability & Technology

NEA Suggests NAEP Test Items Be Written In "Plain English" For Students With Disabilities More

Info Bits - from the G3ict World Digital Accessibility Report Oct /Nov 2009
By Francesca Cesa Bianchi

Useful Accessibility Resources from around the world More

Innovative Computing Technology Aims to Boost Independence for PWDs
By Francesca Cesa Bianchi

Innovative Computing Technology Aims to Boost Independence for PWDs More

Fifteen West African Countries Meet to Explore ICT Accessibility Strategies and Compare Experiences
By Axel Leblois  The Access Line

Organized by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) with the participation of G3ict and hosted by H.E. Mrs. Diarra Mariam Diallo, Minister for Communication and New Technologies of the Republic of Mali, the ITU-G3ict Workshop on Accessibility was held in Bamako, Mali on October 13 to 15.  More

ITU Asia-Pacific Regional Forum on Mainstreaming ICT Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities, August 2009
By Cynthia Waddell  ICT Accessibility & Government Services Blog

Organized by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), the Forum addressed a range of critical policy and regulatory measures to promote accessible information and communication technologies (ICT) for persons with disabilities in the Asia-Pacific region. More

Interview with Andrea Saks, Coordinator of the Internet Governance Forum DCAD and Convener of the joint coordination activity on accessibility and human factors, ITU
By Axel Leblois  The Access Line

Interview with Andrea Saks, Coordinator of the Internet Governance Forum DCAD and Convener of the joint coordination activity on accessibility and human factors, ITU More


Weekly Roundup of Headlines
» UN Official Pledges Support to Tackle Copyright Challenges for the Visually Impaired
» Intel Introduces a Digital Book Reader that Reads Aloud to the Blind
» Field Hearing: People With Disabilities Need Minor Modifications for Broadband to Work
» Nigeria - Regulations to Provide Special ICT Tools for Physically Challenged, Underway
» Actress Marlee Matlin Testifies Before the FCC Today to Ask for Online Captioning
» Nigeria - Senate, NCC Assure Physically Challenged on Telecoms
» Nigeria - Persons with Disabilities Demand Access to Computer Education


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