Digital accessibility in the European Union

Digital accessibility is growing as a regulatory or legal requirement by many governments across the world. It is an inclusive practice that allows everyone, including people with disabilities or some form of impairment, to perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with the online environment. 

Accessibility is increasingly being seen as not only a matter of political, but also of moral importance. In Europe, the Web Accessibility Directive and the European Accessibility Act enact the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and require that appropriate measures are taken to ensure that people with disabilities can access, on an equal basis with others, information and communication technologies and systems.

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