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Innovative Center for Assistive Technology Opens in Qatar
People living with disabilities in Qatar now have access to a valuable new Center for Assistive Technology, Mada, which opened to the public on June 1, 2010. Mada is an innovative center that strives to connect people with disabilities to the information and communications technologies (ICT) that can empower them to excel in all aspects of their life.
From AMEInfo.com, June 09, 2010

OAS Participates in Opening of New POETA Center in Peru
The Trust for the Americas, a nonprofit organization affiliated with the Organization of American States (OAS), and the Banco de Comercio of Peru signed in Lima in the presence of the OAS Assistant Secretary General, Ambassador Albert R. Ramdin, a collaboration agreement to provide technical and financial resources to support the POETA Program developed in the country since 2005.
From Living in Peru, June 06, 2010

U.S. Lawmakers Begin Push to Extend Internet Services to Disabled
Lawmakers want to put legislation helping the deaf communicate with speakers at the other end of an iPhone and providing closed captioning for videos on websites like Hulu on the fast track.
From The Hill, May 26, 2010

Vital Broadband Expansion Key to Development and Peace, UN Conference Told
The United Nations telecommunications agency opened its quadrennial development conference today, stressing that a vital expansion of broadband networks holds the key to rapid growth in productivity in developing countries and the potential to enhance global peace and justice.
From UN News Centre, May 24, 2010

World Telecom Meet to Adopt Action Plan
The fifth edition of the World Telecommunication Development Conference (WTDC), beginning here on Monday, will adopt the Hyderabad Action Plan which, according to the event managers, will “set the agenda” for telecommunication and information and communication technologies (ICT) development over the next four years.
From India - Business Standard, May 24, 2010

Digital Europe: New Action Plan Aimed At Delivering Inclusive Digital Society Launched By European Commission
The European Digital Agenda is one of the seven flagship European initiatives to deliver sustainable and inclusive growth.
From e-Gov Monitor, May 19, 2010

EU Digital Agenda Plans 30Mbps Broadband for All Citizens
European Commissioner Neelie Kroes has outlined her vision of a single market to allow Europeans to prosper from the digital era, including bold proposals on opening up access to legal online content by simplifying copyright clearance, management and cross-border licensing.
From Silicon.Republic.com, May 19, 2010

Ban Urges Greater Use of Digital Technology to Improve Living Conditions
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged the world to harness the power of telecommunications and information technologies to improve life-saving services, promote sustainable development and foster international peace.
From UN News Centre, May 17, 2010

Interactive session on ICT and Persons with Disabilities at WSIS Forum 2010
UNESCO, in partnership with the Sindbad Mediterranean without Disabilities, organized an interactive session on Information and Communication Technologies and Persons with Disabilities on 11 May 2010 at WSIS Forum 2010 in Geneva (Switzerland).
From UNECO News, May 12, 2010

New Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Accessibility Regs: COAT Affiliates, Friends Turn Out at Access Board Hearing
On May 12, 2010, COAT affiliate representatives participated in the U.S. Access Board's Public Hearing on the proposed "ICT Rules/Section 508 Refresh" held at the Embassy Suites hotel in Washington, DC.
From COAT News, May 12, 2010

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