Our commitment to true global inclusion

With equity in mind, we put our team of language experts at your service to provide translation services that will enable you to reach a wider audience, promote inclusion and provide equitable information to all.

Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Accessibility (IDEA)

The concept of IDEA is intrinsic to our purpose, which is why Eversa is fully committed to its four components. Here’s how we fulfill this commitment and the services we offer that are directly linked to these concepts.

Our website

  • Use of a plug-in to make it accessible to people with visual impairments, blindness, ADHD, epilepsy, and cognitive and motor differences.
  • Availability in four languages: French, English, Quebec Sign Language (LSQ) and American Sign Language (ASL).
  • Acknowledgment of Indigenous territories written by an Indigenous Deaf person with a translation into an Indigenous sign language.
  • A blog available to members of the public who want to learn more about Deaf culture and history, inclusive practices, sign language, and much more.

Our communications

  • Use of non-discriminatory language: Use of non-discriminatory language: “Deficiency” is replaced by “difference,” “people with a disability” is replaced by “people with diverse abilities,” etc.
  • Use and creation of visuals that include diverse individuals to improve representation.

Our human resources

  • Recruitment of Deaf and Deaf-Blind people and people from diverse backgrounds.
  • Prioritization of people by offering a flexible work schedule and an open door.

Eversa rejects all forms of discrimination and promotes inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility, which we see as sources of wealth, excellence, and innovation for our society.

Still wondering whether it’s possible to be accessible to everyone right now? Check out our blog for the answer!

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