Making a web for everyone
Since the origin of this Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the W3C, CTIC has been an active part of the different groups that make it up , from those dedicated to defining basic development guidelines, to high-level groups where the requirements and implications of W3C work for society are analyzed. An example of this is the Web Accessibility Initiative Interest Group, whose mission is to analyze problems of accessibility to content on the Web and seek solutions. This group works jointly with several Working Groups on accessibility, who provide lower-level technical forums to review and debate the high-level topics presented by the interest group.
Web Accessibility seeks to ensure that all people, regardless of their degree of functional diversity or disability, can can access the contents of the Web, promoting the creation of an egalitarian society.