Final Report

The final report for the Accessibility Certification Consultation aims to capture a three-phase process that engaged over 400 members of the accessibility advocacy, business, not-for-profit, academic, and broader public sector communities to discuss the viability, risks, and design of an accessibility certification model. Central to the report are the accessibility certification prototypes, submitted by seven organizations inspired by the discussion throughout the consultation, as well as the set of guiding principles developed by working groups in the previous phase of the public engagement process. These prototypes and the discussion before them show a high level of innovation and enthusiasm. They also offer a broader opportunity for organizations and individuals to build support for good ideas and collaboration going forward.