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05/06/2012 Transport accessibility for all users under threat in Council discussions on new TEN-T guidelines
Representing a wide coalition of European organisations acting on behalf of the transport industry and the transport passengers, we call upon the Council of the European Union and the European Parliament to uphold article 43 of the Commission’s proposal for the development of the trans-European transport network. 0 comments
23 May 2012. The Great North Museum: Hancock and The Leicester Theatre Trust scoop Gold. 0 comments
Managers and team members have their own route to follow through the course. Destination London takes you on a journey. You will hear from disabled visitors as well as being able to create an action plan. 0 comments
25/04/2012 Choose Your Favourite Fair Deal Tour
The European Federation of Tourist Guide Associations (FEG) launches awards for Fair Deal Tours 0 comments
Tourism Flanders writes: Our latest “All In” brochure is now available in Dutch, English and French. All In – everybody included – is the slogan of our brochure with holiday destinations in Flanders and Brussels (Belgium) that meet high accessibility standards. 0 comments
15/04/2012 Spanish Tourism Business Innovation Group Puts Focus on Accessibility, Mobility and Sustainability
27 March 2012 was the Networking Day for Spanish "Business Innovation Groups in Tourism" (AEITs), where the focus was on accessibility, mobility and sustainability as axes for transforming the Spanish tourism sector. New projects address the application of new technologies to hotels, campsites and cottages, and also to the value chain of the tourism sector. 0 comments
VisitEngland, the national tourist board, has launched a new version of the Access Statement Online Tool, aimed at helping businesses cater for visitors with access needs. This new version is specifically tailored for restaurants and cafés, and has been created in partnership with the British Hospitality Association (BHA) and the Restaurant Association. 0 comments
A new quality mark to be awarded to tourist accommodation judged accessible for people with disabilities could bring tourism worth millions of euro to Ireland, its creators have said. 0 comments
VisitEngland today launched a new online training course to help tourism businesses deliver excellent service to disabled customers. Designed in partnership with award-winning disability organisation DisabledGo, the course is specifically tailored to help those working within the tourism industry. 0 comments
"Our Young Voices campaigners have made a remarkable achievement to ensure disabled people can enjoy improved access to these historical sites of worldwide importance. This will encourage all our campaigners worldwide to continue their valuable work,” stated Tanya Barron, International Director, Leonard Cheshire Disability, speaking at a conference organised by Leonard Cheshire Disability and the United Nations in Bangkok, Thailand. 1 comments
14/03/2012 International Disability Conference held at Scandic Sydhavnen, "Denmark's most accessible hotel"
Scandic Sydhavnen in Copenhagen is currently the most accessible hotel in Denmark, according to Stig Langvad, Chairman of the Danish Disability Organizations. Scandic was in focus when the EU Conference on Disability Rights was held in March at the hotel. 0 comments
12/03/2012 Participate in VisitEngland's Survey on Accessibility Related Information. What Do You Need to Know to Plan Your Trip?
VisitEngland, the national tourist board, is conducting a survey on accessibility related information required by visitors when planning to visit tourist destinations. Please take the short online survey. Your views will help tourism destinations across England to provide you with the information you require. 0 comments