International accessibility guidelines can differ from those that regulate the U.S. Whether they are based on WCAG 2.0 standards or other relevant guidelines, it is vital for multinational organizations to stay up-to-date with other countries' accessibility mandates.
This is especially crucial if your organization is looking to expand abroad or already has business units operating in other nations. Rather than being vulnerable to foreign legal issues, staying ahead of the curve and being aware of accessibility standards is a surefire strategy for success with audiences in other countries.
The International Accessibility Guidelines: Standards From Around The World will assist you and your organization in learning about the accessibility standards of many other countries. Besides this, it will give you an overview of international accessibility standards as put forth by the United Nations in various articles, conventions, and committees.
This resource will cover international accessibility regulations, ranging from the following:
- The European Union
- The United Kingdom and Ireland
- Asia: Japan, China, South Korea, and India
- Australia and New Zealand
- The United Nations
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