После консультаций со странами-членами ЕС и НПО, представляющими интересы инвалидов, будет представлен текст пректа Закона о европейской доступности (2010-2013 гг)
Enabling persons with disabilities to participate fully in the information society is identified as a key priority, tying in with the EU's Digital Agenda. Technologies already exist that allow blind or visually-impaired people to access information on the Internet, for example by converting text into Braille or audible speech. However, at present only 5% of public websites are fully compliant with web accessibility standards.
Local and regional authorities are also being encouraged to pay more attention to making life easier for people with disabilities. This year the Commission is launching the 'Access City Award', to be presented in Brussels on 2-3 December, which will highlight examples of best practice in making cities more accessible