LIRNEasia is a regional ICT policy and regulation think tank active across the Asia Pacific

Tag Archives: Accessibility

RFP: Qualitative research on ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities in Myanmar

We are inviting Proposals from potential Bidders to conduct a qualitative study on ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities in Myanmar. The full RFP is downloadable here. Please also see our FGD Sampling Table, Technical Proposal Template, Financial Proposal Template, and Draft Contract before submitting the proposals. Deadline for submissions is 09 April 2018.

Researcher/advocate of ICT accessibility on her interactions with government and private sector in Sri Lanka

In early April, Nirmita Narasimhan, Program Manager on accessibility at the Center for Internet and Society based in Bangalore, visited Sri Lanka at LIRNEasia’s invitation. Below is an excerpt from her reflections on the visit and her interactions with the Telecom Regulatory Commission, the ICT Agency and the Jinasena Trust: Why is there such a […]

Universal service funds un/misspent? No problem, we’ll find something for bureaucrats to spend it on

I am writing this sitting at an IGF session dealing with the twin themes of access and diversity. Learning new and useful things about making websites accessible to differently abled people which should have important implications for the design of mobile terminals that will make more-than-voice services more accessible to those lacking knowledge capital. The […]

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