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We strive to be as accessible as possible to everyone without distinction and to provide clear information about our activities. We organize our events as far as possible in wheelchair accessible venues, which we equip with clear navigation and induction loop. Our video programmes are subtitled and we provide simultaneous transcription and interpretation into Czech sign language for selected events.

Information in Czech sign language

We try to communicate clearly and accessibly on social media and on our website. We are gradually making the content accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing as well as the blind and visually impaired.

We have created videos with information about the organisation in Czech sign language. The website can be controlled using keyboard shortcuts. We are gradually adapting them to be compatible with screen readers and other assistive technologies.

We are working with the organization Sjednocená organizace nevidomých a slabozrakých and Deaf Friendly to make the site accessible.

We are making the One World festival accessible for everyone

Since 2016, we have been working to make the One World documentary film festival accessible to everyone: barrier-free, with Czech subtitles for the deaf or interpreted into sign language, with audio descriptions or relaxed screenings. Within One World we also run a Consultation Service for Accessible Culture.

Description of the journey to People in Need

Here you will find a detailed description with instructions on how best to get to People in Need.


We are constantly improving the accessibility of our website. If you have any suggestion, observation or problem regarding the website, please contact us:

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