Promoting diversity and inclusion in the gaming community, creating spaces where these values are lived, and strengthening media skills. This is the goal of the “Games Without Borders” project of the Ministry of Media Culture for Youth, which is funded by the Action Mench Foundation among others.
The project will also take part in Gamescom in Cologne next week and hold a panel discussion there, which will deal with questions such as the current status of barrier-free games in Germany and where there may still be some catching up.
The most important information about the panel discussion
The discussion framework is as follows:
- Meeting: August 24 at 2:45 pm
- Site: Youth Forum stage in the family and friends area
- Hall: 10.2
- Period: about 60 minutes
The participants in the “Include in Games” panel are also now identified. there:
- Carolina Albrich (Games Without Borders project collaborator)
- Melanie Elert (Inclusion Ambassador)
- Ray Grimm (Editor-in-chief of GamePro
- Malik Balgoun (journalist and moderator)
- Dennis Herbst (game test with a focus on accessibility)
More about unlimited play: Find out exactly what Gaming Without Borders does, what groups exist and what actions the project is taking to promote inclusion in the gaming community at an official level Unlimited Games Website read.
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