Centre for Internet & Society


  • Accessible ICT Procurement

    May 09, 2016

    Today in India there is an excellent opportunity to address the needs of persons with disabilities through accessible ICT procurement. There is a growing body of evidence globally to demonstrate that governments are successfully using accessible procurement as a means of ensuring the human rights of persons with disabilities,. They are amongst the largest purchasers of IT in any country and by requiring accessible products and services, ensure that all citizens with disabilities and government employees who are disabled are able to access and use public infrastructure and communication. CIS along with 20 other organisations petition the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Information Technology to bring in accessibility considerations within the draft Procurement Bill.

  • Report on eSpeak with NVDA Screen Reader and Assistive Technology for Visually Challenged

    April 02, 2016

  • Report on NVDA with E-Speak and BookShare Online Library

    April 02, 2016

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