RISEWISE is a project funded by the European Commission.
Author: UNIGE (Sabrina Dapino)
On occasion of the European Cooperation Day https://www.ecday.eu/ Risewise took part in Italian video contest
On occasion of the International Day for People with disability “Accessibilità web e tecnologia assistiva. Strumenti di inclusione digitale” conference was organized by University of Genova, http://simav.unige.it/idpd_2019 .
At IGF Italy 2019, hosted in Turin from 29 to 31 October, there was a special call for proposal about digital inclusion and right of access for PwD. A risewise reasearch group proposal “Tutti insieme inclusivamente” has been excepted for a round table.
Link YouTube, “Perchè l’Europa sei tu?”
Providing good practices in favor of women with disabilities for the European research project RISEWISE with representatives of the University of Ljubljana and Afadis of the @unicomplutense Twitter: https://twitter.com/COCEMFE_/status/1143861813685174273
RISEWISE has collaborated in the organization of the European Deaf Tech conference that was held in Madrid on June 15th, 2019. More than 300 persons have attended to the conference. One of the activities was a special session to present the project, and the picture shows some of the participants. EDT conference: http://europedeaftech.eu/madrid2019en/
The World Health Sign project on health in Sign Languages and Subtitles has been launched, accessible to deaf and deafblind people. Download Italian NOTIZIA WHS Download Spanish NOTICIA WHS Broadcast channels Website, www.worldhealthsign.com Facebook, WORLD HEALTH SIGN YouTube, World Health Sign
This video shows how difficult is to travel in Slovenia, even if travel should be a right for all!
“Among the actions of inclusion in the places of study and work of the University of Genoa, the speech focuses on those promoted and implemented by the Equal Opportunities Committee in the last decade and within the European project RISEWISE” Women and disabilities “(2016-2020). In the context of the European project, which aims to identify...