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Soufiane El Amrani is the
easy-to-read editor of Europe for us.
This is the third post of his blog.
The blog talks about events and topics
on people with intellectual disabilities.
For his third blog post,
Soufiane attended a
training by Equinet.
Equinet is an institution that
fights against discrimination.
Soufiane attended Equinet’s training.
The training was called :
“Inclusive design in communication:
Improving the accessibility of Equality Bodies’ outputs”.
Soufiane attended this event as a speaker.
Soufiane gave a training on easy-to-read.
This is important because Equinet
should know about easy-to-read.
Equinet should know how to give
information in easy-to-read.
Easy-to-read would make
At the training, Soufiane talked about
how to create easy-to-read documents.
Soufiane shared a presentation about
what is easy-to-read and why it is important.
Soufiane explained the rules
of creating easy-to-read texts.
Soufiane was happy to see so many
people from Equinet wanting to learn
about creating easy-to-read documents.
Soufiane learned that organisations
want to be more accessible.
Easy-to-read information makes websites
and documents accessible for people
with intellectual disabilities.
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