Accessibility knowledge ramping up in the Middle East

Two innovative organisations in the Arabian Gulf have led the charge in building local accessibility knowledge and capacity.

Dr Scott Hollier standing in between two Saudi Arabian students of the Professional Certificate in Web Accessibility
Dr Scott Hollier standing in between two Saudi Arabian students of the Professional Certificate in Web Accessibility

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Case study: Media Access Australia delivers intensive web accessibility training to Saudi Arabian technology firm Tamkeen

Saudi Arabian technology leader and major IT supplier to the government builds local web accessibility skills capacity by commissioning Media Access Australia to deliver customised onsite version of specialist course.

Saudi Arabian students of the Professional Certificate in Web Accessibility working on laptops
Saudi Arabian students of the Professional Certificate in Web Accessibility working on laptops

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Accessibility statements are not just for fully accessible websites

You may think that an accessibility statement is what you create once you have developed your website, had it audited for compliance, your documents remediated and all your staff trained up in creating accessible content. But if there is organisational commitment to improving digital accessibility, then Media Access Australia’s Deputy CEO Natalie Collins believes the accessibility statement is a great place to start.

Pen resting on top of a document titled 'Statement'
Pen resting on top of a document titled ‘Statement’

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