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BrailleNet 2003 Workshop

This workshop will reinforce the links between the scientific and technical community and will demonstrate that research and development in the field of new technologies can generate helpful digital services for handicapped people. It will also help to integrate the basic concepts of Accessibility and Design for All into any digital product conception.

The are three strands to the workshop:

- Right to Education
- Right to Culture
- Right to Information.

Date: from 27 April, 2003 to 28 April, 2003
Venue: Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie, Paris, France
Event website: http://www.braillenet.org/colloques/bnet2003/eng.htm
Contact email: colloques.inova@snv.jussieu.fr

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