Sustainable Development Goal #10: Reduced Inequalities

How do the SDGs support the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities?   The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 SDGs provide a powerful framework to guide local communities, countries and the international community toward the achievement of disability-inclusive development. The Sustainable Development Goals bring an excellent opportunity to work together towards the implementation […]

Training and job placement

A Professional qualification course for a catering operator by FOLIAS   Today we tell you about a good practice of one of our associated partners, the Folias Cooperativa Sociale, located in the province of Rome. Last summer, after more than a year of training, Folias Formazione achieved great goals with the RistorAbile Project: the realisation […]

Philosophy Professor reimagines merging street art and accessibility

What does it mean to be disabled in the public space?  Philosophy Professor Brian Glenney  (a skateboarder and  graffiti artist) along with Boston-based colleague Sara Hendren merged street art, philosophy and accessibility; together they discovered the potential for redefining the future of accessibility.  “We wanted to reclaim an aspect of the built environment to provoke […]

Digital Accessibility

How we can make accessibility part of our web development process Digital accessibility should propel us into a more inclusive society by making information on the internet accessible to people with disabilities. To achieve this we must identify the barriers people with disabilities have while trying to access digital information. ‘The Web and Internet in […]

27 January – Remembrance Day

27 January is the International Holocaust Remembrance day. Resolution 60/7 establishing 27 January as International Holocaust Remembrance Day urges every member nation of the U.N. to honor the memory of Holocaust victims: six million Jews and other minorities.   UNESCO pays tribute to the memory of the victims of the Holocaust and reaffirms its unwavering […]

2022 Access City Award

The European Commission’s annual award is given to cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants who present their actions and strategies to become barrier-free cities that are better for everyone to live and work in. A jury of accessibility experts awarded the city of Luxembourg first place out of 40 entries for its wide range of […]

Living with Hidden Disabilities

Progress Lifeline (2021) explains:   “Invisible disabilities, also known as Hidden Disabilities or Non-visible Disabilities, are disabilities that are not immediately apparent. Typically, they are chronic illnesses and conditions that significantly impair normal activities of daily living.   Living with these conditions can make daily life more demanding for many people. They affect each person […]

Malott Innovation Awards showcase student prototypes

1st Place: Performing Arts Wheelchair Mechanical Engineering senior students at Purdue University created intelligent and inspiring prototype products, out of which the most innovative ones received the Malott Innovation Awards. At the 1st Place was the Performing Arts Wheelchair, which was created by the Team All World’s Stage (Alexandra Ziolkowski, Peter Callahan, Dongwei Bai, Zihao […]

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