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15/10/2011 All-In: Accessible Holiday Accommodations in Flanders and Brussels

"All-In: Accessible holiday accommodations in Flanders and Brussels" presents more than 100 holiday centres, hotels, youth accommodations and campgrounds that have received the accessibility label A (basic accessibility) or A+ (comfortable accessibility) following an objective investigation.  

04/04/2011 To Infinity and Beyond: Advances in Accessibility in the Tourism Industry

Tourism is dedicated to catering for the preferences of a wide range of customers, but genuinely inclusive travel, whether for business or for leisure, can be hard to find. Ivor Ambrose is Managing Director of the European Network for Accessible Tourism (ENAT), a not-for-profit association which promotes accessible tourism. Here he sets out key issues and case studies showing inclusive tourism in action. Meanwhile Sandra Cooper’s description of her stay in an exceptional destination illustrates some of the possibilities available.  

10/01/2011 Viaggiare Senza Limiti - Travel Without Limits

This book of readings by Italian and international authors was prepared in 2010 by the Italian Institute of Tourism for All in order to provide an overview of historical developments, current trends and perspectives on the future of accessible tourism. The text is in Italian and English.  

Project Item

15/09/2011 Accessible Tourism Destination Certification Programme by TGB, Belgium

The first international certification programme for accessible tourism destinations has been developed and carried out in Lousã, Portugal by the Belgian Accessibility Office, Toegangelijkheidsbureau (TGB). The Certification Programme is a completely new destination management tool which provides an accurate measure of the excellence of an accessible tourism destination, based on strictly defined criteria. 0 comments

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01/09/2011 Access More Business in 2012 - Top 5 Tips from TOURISM 2012 GAMES, U.K.

Accessibility is not just about improving your welcome for customers with a range of access needs, or ticking the right boxes – it simply makes good business sense. Here are 5 tips for improving your business. 0 comments

28/04/2011 Nominations are Invited for the 5th European Greenways Award, 2011

The European Greenways Association announces the 5th European Greenways Award, 2011. This award, recognising the promotion and development of non-motorized routes in European countries and regions, was created in 2003 (1st EGA) and, since then, has been held biennially. 0 comments

15/04/2011 Access Statements for Guoman and Thistle Hotels, UK

Finding accessible hotel accommodation and facilities for disabled people in Britain has been made a little easier. Guoman and Thistle Hotels have been successfully engaging with Tourism for All during the past 18 months to enhance the information they provide to potential disabled guests. 0 comments

13/04/2011 New Cluster for Accessible Tourism is Formed to Promote "Bulgaria for All"

As a result of the activities of the Foundation " Ne spirai / Don’t Stop” the "Cluster for accessible tourism (CAT)” was founded, with the core purpose of promoting business and development of accessible tourism in Bulgaria with the brand "Bulgaria for All". 0 comments

12/03/2011 ELMA Newsletter no. 5. News from Snowpolis, Finland

February marks the end of ELMA’s first year in action and It will also mark the beginning of a new era for ELMA. The future of ELMA looks bright and it is now hoped that the next steps for ELMA will bring local enterprise closer so that together we may move into developing an Accessible Vuokatti… A VUOKATTI FOR ALL! 0 comments

02/02/2011 One Click to 'Fix the Web' - A Tool for Making the Web Accessible for All

British celebrity, Stephen Fry is backing a fantastic, new development that has made the reporting of inaccessible websites a simple, one click process. The Fix the Web project is harnessing volunteer energy to tackle reports of web accessibility problems. Disabled people can now report sites to volunteer technicians using a toolbar, called the ATBar, developed by researchers from the School of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton. 1 comments

01/02/2011 "Tourism for All" Czech Conference 2010 Proceedings Now Available

Please, see the proceedings from international conference "Tourism for All", held on 15th November, 2010 in Ostrava 0 comments

01/02/2011 Coming Soon - Access to all in Europe: A Study About 11 Cities

This spring, Certu (the Centre for Studies on Urban planning, Transport and Public facilities, France) will publish a study about practices improving access for all in 11 European cities. This analysis is part of a comprehensive review led by Certu to identify interesting examples of accessibility practices in Europe. 0 comments

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