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For the first time in Moldova, the three existing media literacy textbooks in the country for all school levels, as well as a textbook for practical exercises, have been edited and printed in Braille.
People with disabilities are at higher risk for COVID-19 infection due to the difficulty for those with some types of disabilities to socially distance and because of a higher prevalence of underlying health conditions in this population.
This article was written by Zeze Ballah, a Health Journalism Fellow with Internews
In South Sudan, being a journalist is a dangerous job. The ongoing political turmoil, the threat to press freedom and freedom of expression, coupled with limited access to information means that South Sudanese journalists face tremendous challenges.
A video featuring a young blind pianist in North Macedonia who uses a guide dog is raising awareness about the difficulty of getting around in a society that doesn’t allow guide or service dogs on public transportation or in public buildings.