Digital Accessibility Matters: Creating a More Inclusive Public Service

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Creating accessible content, products and services is critical in ensuring that everyone has the ability to participate equally in society without barriers.

In this digital age, how can we use technology to enhance accessibility? How can we develop policies, legislation, processes and technological solutions to better meet the needs of all users?

Join us for a special event with Neil Milliken, one of the top leaders in enabling accessible and digital inclusion worldwide and Luna Bengio, Principal Advisor to the Deputy Minister, Office of Public Service Accessibility at the Treasury Board Secretariat. They will help respond to these questions, and others, around ensuring a more accessible and inclusive workplace.

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Speakers

  • Neil Milliken, Head of Accessibility and Digital Inclusion, Atos
  • Luna Bengio, Principal Advisor to the Deputy Minister, Office of Public Service Accessibility, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat

Moderator

Neil Bouwer, Vice President, Innovation and Policy Services Branch, Canada School of Public Service


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