Who Can Take Part?
The Congress is open to all persons who are interested in sharing experiences and learning about the latest developments in Tourism for All in Europe. Primarily the participants will be persons who represent organisations that are active in the field of tourism, and particularly, accessible travel and tourism. We welcome policy makers, practitioners from large and small businesses, students, teachers, specialists and consumer representatives.
The 250 places will be allocated on a ‘first-come-first-served’ basis. Members of ENAT are especially welcome and they will have priority in the waiting list, in case of over-subscription.
We hope to have delegates from all the 27 EU Member States, as well as specially invited keynote speakers from outside Europe.
The Congress languages will be English and Spanish. Spanish Sign language and International Sign System interpretation will also be available.
It is expected that a majority of participants will want to present their work or their experiences in the Plenary or Workshop Sessions. Participants may also show exhibits, products, posters or, possibly, short films (in accessible DVD format).