Get accessibility knowledge from The Valuable 500

In our free webinar on Tuesday 16th March The Valuable 500 campaign founder Caroline Casey (pictured below, right) joins us as the latest guest in our Accessibility Insights webinar series. The Valuable 500 campaign is a global movement to put disability on the business leadership agenda of 500 national and multinational, private sector organisations.

Robin Christopherson and Caroline Casey

The Valuable 500 logo, with a heart icon in place of the right hand sign of the 'V' in Valuable

Robin Christopherson MBE (pictured above, left), Head of Digital Inclusion at AbilityNet, will be joining the webinar. Robin hosts our Accessibility Insights webinar series every month where he chats with individuals who are working to improve digital accessibility and inclusion.

Some previous webinars in the series include Accessibility Insights with Apple and Accessibility Insights with Google.
During the webinar, Caroline and Robin discuss:

  • Recent highlights with The Valuable 500
  • How the disability landscape has significantly changed in the last decade and how progress has been achieved
  • Learnings about diversity and digital inclusion from COVID and remote working
  • What the future looks like for people with disabilities, and what needs to change to create more inclusive organisations

This webinar will take place on Tuesday 16 March 2021, 1pm GMT.

    This session will last for 30 minutes.

    You will be able to pose questions during the session, but we will share Q&A responses on our website after the live webinar is broadcast.


    Register now for the free session >>


    If you find that you can’t attend, please don’t worry. All of our webinars are recorded and you can find them on our website.

    About The Valuable 500

    The Valuable 500 is a business to business initiative catalysing the influence of large private sector corporations in national and international markets. It has a target of recruiting 500 businesses and leaders to commit to putting disability inclusion on their business leadership agenda, to help unlock the social and economic value of people living with disabilities across the world. 

    Further resources

    AbilityNet provides a range of free services to help disabled people and older people. If you can afford it, please donate to help us support older and disabled people through technology.