Ombudsman says braille opens door to the world to the visually impaired


In his message marking World Braille Day, Human Rights Ombudsman Peter Svetina stressed the importance of braille for the visually impaired. Learning and education are fundamental human rights and braille enables the visually impaired to access them, opening them the door to the world and enabling them independence, Svetina said.

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