Access Israel's last international webinar took place on the 12th of April and focused on "Accessible and Inclusive Smart Cities for All During and Post COVID-19". Over 690 people from 83 countries registered to the conference and the webinar received great feedback!
Yuval Wagner Chair Access Israel spoke today to more than 460 participants at the 'Accessible Tourism Day' Virtual conference organized by the German National Tourist Board (GNTB)
For the people with hearing disabilities, webinar participation is not that simple. On the occasion of World Hearing Day, we have presented a guide to making webinars accessible to people with hearing disabilities
Access Israel's 7th International took place on the 26th of January with over 850 people registered from 79 countries!
From advocates to artists, from lawyers and models, from doctors to judges, it is time to realise that people with disabilities are so much more! Here is Newz Hook’s list of the 20 Disabled People with a Global Voice you must follow
On the 12th of January the second webinar between Israel and Myanmar on accessibility and inclusion took place. The webinar focused on "Technologies for Business to Consumer Services". Almost 100 people from different business sectors in Myanmar participated at the webinar
People with disabilities are the largest minority in the world, yet they are often overlooked. Access Israel, an Israeli non-profit, works to increase awareness and promote accessibility and inclusion for people with disabilities and the elderly
On the 8th of December, Access Israel's 6th International took place, which focused on "Creating Trends for Accessibility and Inclusion for People with Disabilities". The webinar was a success with over 630 people registering from over 80 countries
With ties between the Mideast countries now official, two women are helping improve amenities, resources and accessibility for residents and visitors
Michal Rimon, CEO of Access Israel, participated in a panel on "Inclusive Employment" at the National Ability Summit in India
Access Israel organized its 5th international webinar which focused on "Remote Employment of People with Disabilities during and post COVID-19". More than 650 people from 82 countries registered to the webinar which was historic as for the first time a speaker of the United Arab Emirates spoke at an Israeli event
The topic of education during COVID-19 is essential for all students, teachers and the education system in general; but it is especially critical to students with disabilities
On the same day that a small senior delegation from the United Arab Emirates met in Israel, more than 650 people from 83 countries met on Zoom and Facebook to also make history. They participated in a four-hour conference sponsored by Access Israel, featuring Dr. Ayesha Saeed Husaini, founder and director of Manzil from the United Arab Emirates
For the first time since the historic signing of the peace treaty between Israel and the UAE Access Israel, an Israeli NGO will host Manzil, an organization from the UAE
Access Israel organized its 4th international webinar which focused on "Accessible and inclusive remote education during and post COVID-19". Over 600 people from over 72 countries registered to the webinar which took place over zoom and was live streamed on Facebook
The 3rd International Webinar organized by access Israel in partnership with the Zero Project and other important global accessibility leaders took place on the 15th of July with accessibility experts from all over the world
About 50% do not know at all who is responsible and who will take care of their needs.
The survey was conducted on end of March, 2020 where Israel citizens where ordered to stay at home.
The Coronavirus situation is a new and scary reality for all of us and we are all trying to overcome the challenges resulting from this difficult situation. Many families are in quarantine and new regulations are implemented daily to prevent the Coronavirus from spreading further. These regulations restrict us all, but for people with disabilities and the elderly this situation is even more severe, isolating, and challengin
The request was made following a number of incidents that occurred in the fight against the virus due to a lack of attention by the Ministry of Health to make sure that the health services are accessible for people with disabilities in the clinics, hospitals, testing facilities. In addition, there is also a lack of accessible information provided to the public on the websites and in general