First International Conference "Accessible Tourism for All", Belgrade
13-14 December 2008. Belgrade. The First International Conference on "Accessible Tourism for All" to be held in Serbia will take place in Belgrade, supported by the Ministry of Economy and Development, the National Tourist Organization of Serbia, the Tourist Organization of Belgrade and the Congress Bureau of Serbia.
The aim of the conference is promotion of accessible tourist destinations, public transport and all forms of travel content as well as increasing profits and improving the general business viability of the actual business on a global and local level.
In addition to the conference, which will present the latest knowledge and results on accessibility in the field of tourism and with profit, social and human point of view, the event will include three parallel workshops as well as presentation of the best examples of good practice from Europe and the region. A study tour of 'Accessible Belgrade' also features in the programme.
The conference programme is coordinated by the ENAT Member, disability Non-Governmental Organisation, 'Dunav'.
Download the Registration Form from the right-hand panel, in WORD and PDF formats.
Registration forms and proposals for presentations will be received until 1st December 2008.
Draft Conference Programme now available for download. See right-hand panel.
Photo of Conference panel with, second from left: Dr. Angelika Laburda (IBFT Austria and ENAT) and third from left: Mr.Goran Petkovic, Secretary for tourism.