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New Study: How Can Television Be Improved for Deaf Children

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[25/04/2005] BBC Broadcast and The National Deaf Children's Society have begun a joint study into how subtitles and sign language on children's television programmes could be improved. New Study: How Can Television Be Improved for Deaf Children - Read more

Open Up: New Guidance for Events Organisers

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[06/12/2004] Event organisers wanting to stay on the right side of new disability access laws can receive helpful advice from guidance published by the Disability Rights Commission.Open Up: New Guidance for Events Organisers - Read more

Museums and Galleries Month: Disabled Access Laws

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[07/05/2004] Curators and trustees should use Museums and Galleries month to finalise plans to ensure disabled access to the nation’s heritage, the Chairman of the Disability Rights Commission, Bert Massie, said today. Museums and Galleries Month: Disabled Access Laws - Read more

Accessible Hotels: Not just for, but Run by People with a Disability

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[01/03/2004] Accessible hotels offer handicapped people a great opportunity to relax and rest. Or to work. For example at the Stadthaushotel in Hamburg, where disabled employees provide a three star service for nearly ten years now.Accessible Hotels: Not just for, but Run by People with a Disability - Read more

Tourism: Accessibility Pays!

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[01/03/2004] A lack of accessibility in hotels and restaurants is not just annoying for disabled travellers, but handicaps the economy as well: In Germany alone, 5 billion Euros could be gained by barrier-free tourism, equalling a total of 90.000 new jobs.Tourism: Accessibility Pays! - Read more

Accessibility online – more than just ‘click here for text-only’

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[01/01/2004] Slowly, web designers are striving to make their site accessible for everyone. But not each website really delivers what the label ‘accessible’ promises, as many of the pages still present barriers for some people with disabilities. But sticking to some basic rules should help making more parts of the web available for people with handicaps.Accessibility online – more than just ‘click here for text-only’ - Read more

Accessible Websites – Barrier-Free Surfing

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[01/01/2004] Especially for people with disabilities, the internet could offer easier access to information, facilitate shopping and could be the much proclaimed window to the world. But no: Many websites are not accessible for people with handicaps – although they are even more interested in the internet than the average citizen.Accessible Websites – Barrier-Free Surfing - Read more

 
 

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