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4 ways businesses can support the rights and wellbeing of employees with disabilities

Simple tools such as a braille keyboard can create new ways for people with disabilities to participate in the workplace. Image: Unsplash/Elizabeth Woolner

Fernando Alonso Perez-Chao

Action Lead, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice, World Economic Forum

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