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Inclusive information

PLAYFORTH, Sarah
2003

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Accessible information is important for an inclusive society and its organisations. Inclusive Information goes beyond sign language and Braille. It means that texts and publications have to be produced in an easy to understand way. Although it has been produced for the UK, it is also relevant for other countries

Using technology

POOLE, Nick
2003

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Disabled people can make use of ICT and other technologies to get access to information. They can get support through simple personal computers or special devices. Although this guide was produced for the UK, it contains some content that is relevant to a wider audience

Inclusive information [large print version]

PLAYFORTH, Sarah
2003

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Accessible information is important for an inclusive society and its organisations. Inclusive Information goes beyond sign language and Braille. It means that texts and publications have to be produced in an easy to understand way. Although it has been produced for the UK, it is also relevant for other countries

Hello! Are you listening? Disabled teenagers' experience of access to inclusive leisure

MURRAY, Pippa
2002

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Leisure is an important aspect of our lives allowing us to expand our horizons through the development of our interests, whilst at the same time giving us the opportunity to meet and interact with others holding similar interests.
Leisure takes on an additional significance for disabled people who generally do not experience easy access into mainstream education or work. Barriers to full and equal participation in these areas result in young disabled people having more time for leisure pursuits but experiencing greater difficulty in accessing leisure services, activities and pastimes

Human rights and disability

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This website promotes the human rights and fundamental freedoms of people with disabilities. Initially, the site was launched to keep British disabled people informed about the progress of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

Disability monitor initiative for south east Europe

HANDICAP INTERNATIONAL

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This website features annual reports, journals and working papers on key disability issues for the South East Europe region. It communicates information about Handicap International's Disability Monitor Initiative to gather and disseminate information relevant to disabled people in the region. This initiative is based on field research consulting with people with disabilities, service providers, members of civil society, government officials and local authorities. The website would be useful for anyone with an interest in disability information and knowledge management and its impact on policy development

A-Z deafblindness

GALLAGHER, James

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This site was created by a deafblind person to help blind or deaf people, and especially deafblind people, and specialised service providers. It is also intended to raise awareness

Disability news service

PRING, John

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"This website offers an archive of the UK’s most important disability-related news stories. The aim is to provide a useful resource for disabled people, disability rights campaigners and disability organisations in the UK ....On this site, you can use a searchable archive containing every disability-related news story produced by the service since it was launched in April 2009"

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