This final report aims to give an overview of the work carried out in Europe since the launching of the action plan, and also to propose a continuation of these activities under the e-Europe 2005 action plan. For this it is thought to be essential that expert links are maintained with the Member States, either through the eInclusion line of the 2005 Action Plan or even on a permanent basis, as the accessibility of Web sites is an issue than needs an initial strong push, not yet completed, but also long term monitoring. Also in the long run, accessibility should not be treated as a separate issue but should be integrated in relevant government activities in particular all global Web quality control mechanisms at all levels (Web masters procedures, administrations audits, etc).