Equal access to web


Everyone, including people with disabilities, should be able to use the internet independently.

Because the Council of the European Union wants to take a step back and reduce the scope of web accessibility, 20 civil society networks, representing consumers, older people and people from a range of representative organisations of persons with disabilities, wrote an open letter to strongly oppose this move.
“As today we live in a digital world, access to digital information and services has become as important as access to the physical environment. ICT accessibility is a precondition for us,...

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