Including a video which outlines the work of EBU in the area of accessibility, and information on accessible pharmaceutical labelling.Read more
EBU is spearheading a campaign to get the EU to introduce binding legislation to make all public websites accessible by 2015.Read more
Access to television, particularly in the digital age, where navigation between channels and services is more and more complex and screen-based, is an important issue for blind and partially sighted people everywhere. EBU is working hard to ensure maximum accessibility.
Many millions of EU citizens, such as blind or dyslexic people, have a disability which prevents them from reading standard sized print. They can read the same books as the rest of the EU's citizens, but require “accessible formats” of these books, such as large print, audio or braille.Read more