Disability, neurodiversity: how are we making digital technology more inclusive?

Heroes! Champions! Fighters! The Paralympic Games, which have just come to a close in Tokyo, are helping to change the way we look at disability. These top athletes have demonstrated their ability to perform at their peak as part of a team where everyone finds their place.


However, there is still some way to go to fully integrate everyone’s differences whether into society or the many teams within our businesses. That’s why the next issue of our magazine on orange.com –Disability, neurodiversity: how can digital technology become more inclusive? – invites you to discover our vision of digital technology that can make life and work easier for people with disabilities and include cognitive diversity.

Through a collection of reports and stories, explore how digital technology and innovations can help overcome certain difficulties linked to a disability. See for yourself the richness and resilience that diversity brings to companies and shapes Orange’s actions in this regard.

See you on 11 October when we’ll be publishing this new edition. I truly believe that once you’ve read it, you’ll look at diversity in a totally different way!  



Élizabeth Tchoungui
Executive Director Diversity, Solidarity and Philanthropy,
Deputy Chair of the Orange Foundation.