Embracing Diversity: Intellias UnSEEn Inclusivity Days 

We are sharing the activities of our inclusion support project in honor of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
January 10, 2024

One of Intellias key focuses is EDI (Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion), so we believe that everyone has the right to comfortable living and working conditions. Accessibility begins with respect for individuals and understanding their needs. Activities within our new internal initiative, UnSEEn Inclusivity Days, were specifically aimed at this. 

Why UnSEEn? This year, we focused on individuals with complete or partial vision loss who are unable to see the world around them, and whose challenges may seem invisible to others. We wanted to draw attention to the daily challenges faced by visually impaired individuals and take another step towards inclusivity. 

Special movie night 

Magic of cinema with closed eyes. We gathered in the Lviv office, in Ukraine, for a special movie night. In eye masks, we watched “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.” The film had an audio description — just the way blind people watch movies. The voiceover audio description conveyed every scene, expression, and action of the characters. 

Inclusivity activities  
On the same day, along with guides, we could also try various inclusive activities in the office and IntelliPeople in Kyiv visited an interactive tour at the “Third After Midnight” museum in complete darkness. It’s the only museum in Ukraine where tours are led by blind guides. 

Touchable Art”: Celebrating International Day of Persons with Disabilities 

In collaboration with this museum we also opened an art exhibition in honor of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, which is observed on December 3rd.  

It was located in at our Lviv office’s Art Point gallery. This unique showcase features replicas of masterpieces crafted using two techniques: tactile paintings from a 3D printer and colorful versions on canvas. 


Disability Inclusion and Accessibility Workshop 

Additionally, inclusion experts Kate Herrier and Carin van der Hor conducted an online workshop for the entire team. They shared their knowledge on developing an inclusive and barrier-free corporate culture.  

Meanwhile, IntelliePeople in Spain had an online-webinar with Yago Rubio, Randstad Foundation consultor, who spoke about people’s abilities and the fact that disability does not really exist as such. Yago is a blind person and provided his own experience. 

At Intellias we strive to create an environment where every individual, regardless of their abilities or limitations, has the opportunity to unleash their potential and contribute to our collective success. We understand that diversity is not just a word, but a strategic approach to developing our business. 

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