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ETSI, CEN/ISSS, CENELEC Conference 2003 - Accessibility for All

This conference addresses the role of European Standardization for accessibility to products, services and environments for all in response the the designation of 2003 as the ‘European Year of People with Disabilities’.

The programme covers standardization from construction, design, ergonomics, transport services, intelligent homes and buildings to telecommunications.

"Accessibility in Public Places/Services" is one of the four themes and will cover accessible building facilities, accessible user interfaces for public services such as web pages, accessible public access terminals, etc.

Date: from 27 March, 2003 to 28 March, 2003
Venue: Nice, France
Event website: http://www.etsi.org/frameset/home.htm?/cce/
Contact email: infocentre@etsi.org

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