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ICT Accessibility for D/deaf

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The idea of this project was to bring together 40 young D/deaf people from Italy, Greece, Slovenia and Poland and together with them talk about how they can make the activities and offers of our European community totally inclusive.

Aims of the tool

- Bring together young D/deaf people from different European countries to talk about inclusions in Europe.
- Making D/deaf young people aware of the community where they live and making them part of what it offers to them.
- Improving awareness of Young D/deaf people about European projects and possibilities that the EU can offer to them.
- Improving skills in foreign languages: International Sign Language and English.

Description of the tool

This tool is the result of the 6 days of youth exchange that take place in Pianezza, Italy from 27 June to 03 July 2021.
In this tool, we explain and give input on how o make ICT tools accessible for D/deaf people.


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Tool overview

This tool addresses

Disability, European Citizenship

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Andre Ebouaney

in the context of

Youth Exchange Young D/deaf and the Inclusive Challenge in Europe

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Andre Ebouaney (on 30 December 2021)

and last modified

30 December 2021

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