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G3ict Launches the Digital Accessibility Rights Education (DARE) Academy

July 20, 2021
Source: G3ict

The DARE Academy aims to ensure that the principle of “leaving no one behind” is fully applied in the process of sustainable development from a technology and digital perspective by fostering capacity building and knowledge sharing activities for advocates by advocates in those areas. As part of the DARE Academy, the DARE Scholarship Fund is dedicated to opening new potential for persons with disabilities who are interested in and passionate about advocating for digital accessibility and to get certified as professionals in the field. G3ict invites eligible candidates to submit the scholarship application form by August 15, 2021 (11:59 p.m. New York time).

G3ict Values Your Opinion!

Take the survey & help shape the Digital Accessibility Rights Education Academy Webinar Series

To honor and feature digital accessibility and inclusive ICT best practices and achievements of the DARE Index responding countries, the G3ict Global Advocacy Division will soon launch a webinar series through its newly-established Digital Accessibility Rights Education (DARE) Academy. The DARE Academy Webinar Series aims to create an academic platform that would offer the opportunity of peer-to-peer training and knowledge sharing on issues of digital accessibility and inclusive ICT for policy makers, private sector, and other stakeholders, particularly Persons with Disabilities and their organizations.

G3ict invites interested persons to complete a short questionnaire to help us gather input and ensure that the webinar series meets expectations and responds to interests regarding issues of digital inclusion.

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