How would you translate the phrase, One World?
Accessibility isn’t just exclusive to one country, there are millions of children and adults across the globe who don’t have access to online information and services due to language barriers.
Goodman Masson is proud to celebrate ‘Accessibility to Me’ awareness week, a key date in our calendar to get everyone talking and learning about accessibility, diversity, and inclusion.
The 14th-18th of November 2022 marks Recite Me’s second ‘Accessibility to Me’ awareness week, where we come together and recognise our differences within our communities to support a diverse range of people. This year’s focus is accessibility across the globe.
Goodman Masson believes that everyone should be able to bring their full selves to work everyday and deserve the freedom to live a barrier-free life. 15 % of the world’s population has a disability. That may impact an individual’s access to information, services, experiences, and opportunities.
Together, we can give everyone the tools to communicate their understanding and thoughts on coming together to tackle inclusion globally. This starts by creating awareness of the inability to converse & digest information if you don’t speak a specific language. From this, you use the power of social media to spread inclusion across the internet for everyone.
Recite Me assistive technology provides accessibility and language support tools to create a unique and customisable user experience. Options include text-to-speech functionality, fully customisable styling features, reading aids, and a translation tool with over 100 languages, including 65 texts-to-speech voices and many other features.
To join the conversation on creating an inclusive society across the world, use the hashtag #OneWorld
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