What can the USA learn from the world on accessibility policy?

Presenters: mgifford

Canada, the European Union and the United Kingdom have all developed legislation on web accessibility since the Section 508 Refresh process was enacted in 2017. It is most likely that enforcement will likely continue to be done through lawsuits in the USA, but what can be learned from other jurisdictions that might help individual departments.

This session will highlight some of the different approaches that are being tried by government around the world to keep up with the challenge of digital inclusion. 

Audience
Experience Level
Beginner
Status
Proposed
Session Track
Design, UX, and Accessibility