In the DA4You project, the right to digital accessibility is the basis for participation. Legislation may seem boring and difficult, but recent legal improvements can change the opportunities for young people with disabilities to participate in the digital society. Therefore, the project has as one of its main objectives to train young people with disabilities about their rights to information and online services. Through the feedback mechanism, end users with disabilities have a practical tool for everyday empowerment when it comes to having a real impact on the level of accessibility of public sector’s websites, documents and apps. We describes the policy and legislation supporting the political democratic digital participation for people with disabilities.
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