To achieve its aims, ITU focuses on a series of strategic issues ranging from
the rights of the disabled, to making technical design standards accessible, to
providing education and training on accessible ICT. With a proven 4-step
approach, ITU aligns interests and activities across the board so that
accessibility becomes no longer an issue, but a reality.
What is ITU doing for accessibility?
Promoting telecommunication standards
Promoting the development of assistive products and services
Helping Members States meet their obligations
Establishing outreach programmes
Encouraging the exchange of best practice
Helping develop and promoting policy guidelines
Creating greater awareness through conferences & publications