What do you need to provide accessibility feedback?

End users with disabilities are best placed to give feedback on accessibility. But many users are unsure about how, or feel that noone listens.

Wednesday the 28th of June, you are invited you to join our workshop to let us know what you would like to learn more about, when it comes to feedback!

According to the Web Accessibility Directive, all users have the right to get digital information and use digital services on public sector websites and mobile apps. If something is not accessible, users are entitled to provide feedback. The public sector body is always responsible for making the digital services accessible, but if you would like to – you can help! When website owners understand a user need and fix an issue, other users avoid having the same barrier.

Some users feel insecure about how to provide feedback, so we decided to try to help. The idea behind the EU-funded UPower project is to empower end users to execute their rights when it comes to web accessibility.

We have created a so called curriculum – a way to plan a training. At this workshop, we would like to hear your views on the content.

Date: 28th of June

Time: 14.00 – 15.30 CEST

Place: Online (Zoom), you will receive an email with a link to the webinar on 28th of June.


Live captions and International Sign is provided

About the project

If you have any questions – reach out to research@funka.com 


The workshop is free of charge, but registration is necessary.

Registration is now closed.