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Inclusive Communication Module

Based on the Disability Orientation, the Inclusive Communication Module is dynamic and engaging. The content is divided into three chapters of 15-20 minutes each, and contains examples from over 30 country offices. Upon completion of the module, it is expected that participants will be able to: use appropriate terminology when communicating about children with disabilities; confidently interact with persons with disabilities;  and develop materials and organize meetings that are inclusive of and accessible to people with disabilities.

The videos have several accessibility features: Sign Language interpretation (SL), Audio Description (AD) and Closed Captioning (CC)

Part 1:AD, ISL, CC  of the Inclusive Communication Module gives a background to the Convention on the Rights of Person with Disabilities (CRPD) and informs about recommended approaches and terminology to use when communicating about disability.  
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Part 2:AD, ISL, CC of the Inclusive Communication Module focuses on the importance of engagement and meaningful participation of people with disabilities in all communications material. 
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Part 3:AD, ISL, CCof the Inclusive Communication Module provides practical guidance on how to promote accessibility in communications and events. Inclusive Communications Module #3






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Tips on reaching children and adolescents with disabilities - PDF


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How to make your event accessible
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How to make your Word document accessible
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