Recite Me is happy to announce a partnership with CiviQ. CiviQ’s public engagement platform, OpenConsult, supports inclusive community dialogue on proposals.
Since 2015, CiviQ has been providing its innovative platform to local councils, government departments, public, semi-state, and private groups in Ireland and the UK. CiviQ has extensive experience in all forms of deliberative and online public engagement.
CIVIQ is situated in Kildare, Ireland, and has extensive experience in all forms of online public consultations.
In Ireland a total of 1,109,557 people reported experiencing at least one long-lasting condition or difficulty to any extent, accounting for 22% of the population. This can increase the difficulty of website navigation and completing tasks online.
The partnership will enable CiviQ to provide their customers with tools and functionalities for enabling a barrier free online public engagement experience.
The Recite Me Assistive Toolbar has an array of tools including a screen reader, several reading aids, configurable styling options, and an on-demand live translation facility with over 100 languages, including 65 text-to-speech.
Vanessa Liston, CEO of CiviQ commented:
“Ensuring inclusivity in public engagement is one of CiviQ’s key drivers and has defined the design of our online public engagement platform. We are delighted to partner with Recite Me tool allowing us to add vital accessibility tools to our