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International industry associations involved in ICT accessibility issues

International industry associations involved in ICT accessibility issues


Edited by Axel Leblois, Executive Director, G3ict 

World Broadcasting Unions The WBU Technical Committee reviews standards and good practices in Accessibility for Television and Radio.  It has one of the largest networks of local affiliates around the world among industry associations. 

Usability Professionals' Association supports usability specialists, people from all aspects of human-centered design, and the broad family of disciplines that create the user experience in promoting the design and development of usable products.

Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) is the global voice, thought leader and advocate for leading high-tech companies. It is widely recognized as the tech industry's most effective lobbying organization in Washington D.C., various foreign capitals, and the WTO. ITI assists its member companies in achieving their policy objectives through building relationships with Members of Congress, Administration officials, and foreign governments; influencing and enacting tech-friendly government policies; enabling access to global markets, and enhancing the global competitiveness of our member companies.

CTIA — The Wireless Association, an international nonprofit membership organization founded in 1984, representing all sectors of wireless communications – cellular, personal communication services and enhanced specialized mobile radio.