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Advancing Accessibility in our Digital Work [Video]

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Advancing Accessibility in our Digital Work

This session, held at the Knowledge & Learning Commons on 6 May 2021, explored how we can all support virtual accessibility through our work.

The importance of accessibility for online events and meetings, digital communications and more has been increasingly highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Bringing accessibility into our work online is a critical step to ensuring and supporting the inclusion of persons with disabilities now and in the future, when we expect the best aspects of the virtual ways we work together to continue as we #BuildBackBetter.

This session outlined key tips and recommendations for making many parts of our work more accessible, from meetings and events, to content, documents, and how we moderate and speak online.

Members of the UNOG Disability Inclusion Team also explored some key areas where we can make digital accessibility a reality in our day-to-day work, as well as share resources to support disability inclusion at UN Geneva and beyond.

Speakers:
– Carolyn P. Phillips, Director of Tools for Life and the National Pass It On Center, Georgia Institute of Technology.
– Members of the Disability Inclusion Team at UN Geneva.

Produced at the Knowledge & Learning Commons at UN Geneva.

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