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  • Study
  • José Martinez Usero, Susanna Laurin, Eleonora Censorii, Martina Piazza

This study has been carried out as part of the Accessible EU project with the objective to provide an overview of the state of the art of multimodal accessibility, based on policy and legislation analysis, desk research and stakeholders involvement activities...

  • European Union
  • General information
  • ITU’s Development Sector (BDT)

ITU’s Development Sector (BDT) work in ICT accessibility supports the advancement of the global disability-inclusive agenda and the development of inclusive digital communities...

  • Report
  • Maja Cappello, Sophie Valais, Justine Radel-Cormann, Abigail Rekas

This new report by the European Audiovisual Observatory examines the provisions in European and national law and looks at the different solutions found and implemented by the various service providers established in the EU member states...

  • European Union
  • Report
  • South Dublin County Council

South Dublin County Council (SDCC) in Ireland take a universal design approach to playground provision where they consider disability to be part of everyday life. They build playgrounds and playspaces in the assumption that they are places for everyone to play together...

  • Ireland
  • General guidelines
  • Inter Vlaanderen

This website serves as a learning network, facilitating the exchange of knowledge among municipalities, Inter, De Lijn (bus company), users, the field, and the Flemish government concerning accessible stops...

  • Belgium
  • Communication
  • Constantinos Evangelou

This publication is a blog post describing the process of assessing accessibility of an online service provided by the Republic of Cyprus to citizens affected by the bail-in during the financial crisis in 2013 in the Country. The service was developed by the Digital Service Factory of...

  • Cyprus
  • General guidelines
  • Kamil Kowalski

Switch 2.0. “Designing without Barriers” is an updated version that takes into account new regulations and standards to build a more inclusive and comfortable space for everyone. Thanks to this publication architects, designers and people planning projects will be able to create universal concepts..

  • Poland