about the project

The Project

Accessible Work for All is a project with 4 partners from Austria, Germany, Italy and Poland. The project promotes equality, non-discrimination and diversity. How? By providing information on employment and employment regulations in accessible or barrier-free digital formats. This means that Deaf job seekers can find support and information online in their first language – Sign Language. As well as Austrian, German, Italian and Polish Sign Languages, we use plain text, drawings and animation to make the information easier to understand.

outputs

There are three outputs:

“Analysis and Abstract” is a digital survey, analysis and transnational report. Deaf jobseekers are asked questions about employment regulations. The survey results are analysed and summarised in a written report.

“Accessible Toolkit” is a collection of accessible information videos on employment regulations. The videos use Sign Language and plain text subtitles with drawings and visual images.

“Information is Empowerment” is a training package and digital handbook. The training uses blended learning. Blended learning is a mix of methods using online and digital materials, as well as traditional classroom-based training. The training will be tested by deaf job seekers.

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