Access symbols

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The most recognised international access symbol is this square overlaid in white with an image of a wheelchair user. 

Sign of a white wheelchair user on a black background
© International Commission on Technology and Accessibility

A second symbol is also used in some contexts, which is showing an image of an active wheelchair user, white on a blue background. 

Sign of a white active wheelchair user on a blue background
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There are also other symbols that can be used for inclusive training or awareness in humanitarian action, picturing a more active role of persons with disabilities as participants and leaders.

 

Sign of a wheelchair user in front og a screen
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Symbol of inclusive advocacy that can be used in humanitarian action.

Sign of a wheelchair user in front of group of people
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The following symbol indicates access for blind people or those who have low vision. This sign can be used to indicate guided path or tactile information or the way to a distribution point for instance.

Sign of a person walking with a cane
© Flaticon

You can use the symbol below to point out that Sign Language Interpretation is provided for a meeting, an information session, a focus group discussion or similar activity.

Two hands signing
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