"Key electoral information should be made available in multiple, accessible formats, which may include Braille, large print, audio, easy-to-understand versions and sign language. This includes information about how to participate in an election, how to lodge complaints and appeals, results and updates from the election administration."
DocumentOSCE (ODIHR): Handbook on Observing and Promoting the Electoral Participation of Persons with Disabilities, p. 13
- Voting procedures, facilities, and materials should be appropriate, accessible, and easy to use for persons with disabilities.
- States should take steps to ensure access to information for persons with disabilities without additional cost.
- Accommodation to vote should be made for voters with special needs, including persons with disabilities.
- Procedures for the filing and adjudication of disputes must be understandable and easily accessible to all parties.