Voter education should be accessible to all voters, including those with special needs.
- Special measures were taken, as necessary, to promote equality for minorities
- All citizens received voter education regardless of their race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, physical or mental ability, sexual orientation or gender identity, property, birth, or other status
- Voter education materials facilitated voting by illiterate voters
- States should foster citizen participation in the electoral process by] safeguarding the right to vote of vulnerable groups (people with disabilities, people who are illiterate, etc.) by adapting polling stations and voting material to their needs.
- Multimedia methods should be employed to provide effective civic education to people with various levels of literacy.
- Voter information should be accessible to all members of society, regardless of their language or level of literacy.
- Where appropriate, special attention should be devoted to the steps to be followed by disabled voters, for example, the blind, and disadvantaged voters, that is to say, illiterates.
- Voter education campaigns should extend throughout the territory of the country, including to rural and outlying areas.