Guidelines

Making information accessible for all

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The European Blind Union asks that information is accessible to anyone, including blind and partially sighted people, and at the same time at no additional cost.

In this publication we focus on the accessibility of printed and electronic documents intended for a broad audience including websites, books, invoices, letters, leaflets etc.

This publication was produced with the contribution of the Community Programme For Employment And Social Solidarity - PROGRESS.

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The needs of blind and partially sighted people from ebooks

RNIB's business objective for this small scale research was to better understand the requirements of RNIB's customer base.

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A Golden Standard of Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation is the key to enabling persons with disabilities to attain and maintain maximum independence. EBU has developed the Golden Standard of Rehabilitation as a tool to lobby for and obtain the provision of rehabilitation services on equal grounds.

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