Next year the UK leaves the European Union. What will this mean for the EU accessibility regulations which currently guide our work, the new accessibility legislation in the pipeline, and disability rights in general? Join me to learn what’s going, what’s staying, and what might get lost in transition. I will also provide an insider’s view of how European law is travelling through Westminster during the Article 50 process to its unknown destination.
Huge thanks to my sign language interpreter and live captioner from today. Now that's a real speaker's gift. https://t.co/XJbDUPoFp8
— Heather Burns (@WebDevLaw) November 9, 2018
We are people of enormous power and influence over the open web. I empower digital professionals to use that power wisely. I advocate for an open web built around international standards of human rights, privacy, accessibility, and freedom of expression. This is my personal site, and does not reflect the work or opinions of my employer.