Many countries, including Italy, have incorporated accessibility into existing legislation


of websites are inaccessible to people with disabilities


billion people with disabilities who deserve equality


of the world's population who have a disability

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Brief overview of Laws and Guidelines:

Accessibility in the world: the WCAG 2.1

WCAG stands for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. A 1,000-page guide that defines the technical standard for making Web sites usable for people with disabilities. It overwhelmingly influences national and supranational legislation.

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Accessibility in Europe: EN EAA

The EU is committed to making its websites accessible and is actively working to improve the experience of all users by enhancing accessibility and usability. This work involves ensuring that products and content meet current standards, particularly those listed in dir (EU) 2016/2102 and 2019/882 (EAA).
The directives require public sector organizations and certain categories of individuals to apply Policy Document EN 301 549 to their websites and online tools.

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