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19/12/2007 Conference Report: Second International Forum on Accessible Tourism (ICAT 2007, Thailand)
In Thailand, the Disabled Peoples' International - Asia Pacific (DPI-AP) and the Asia Pacific Disability Forum (APDF) and partners organised the Second International Forum on Accessible Tourism (ICAT 2007) from 22-24 November 2007. 0 comments
In its updated European Disability Action Plan 2008-2009, published on 26 November 2007, the European Commission notes the formation of ENAT as a targetted action to improve accessibility to tourism for people with disabilities. The EC also makes proposals to improve access to goods and services by developing statistical services for monitoring accessibility and encouraging new standards. 0 comments
The Australian Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport provide practical measures to be taken by transport operators and providers to make public transport more accessible, both for persons with disabilities, as well as the elderly and those travelling with young children. 0 comments
For over 25 years, Kéroul has been developing an accreditation program designating hotels, restaurants, museums and historical sites as adapted, partially accessible, or inaccessible to persons with restricted physical ability. 0 comments
Costa Rica Designs and Tests First Accessibility Protocol in Protected Wildlife Areas 0 comments
Publication of a technical manual on accessibility of the built environment, and organization of seminars for tourism service providers. 0 comments
Provision of convenient transport services for persons with disabilities. 0 comments
05/12/2007 Tourism for All - Information kit
Creation in Australia of an information kit on tourists with disabilities, covering topics such as accommodation, legislation and marketing from a tourism perspective. 0 comments
05/12/2007 Tourism for All - Manabi-tai
The objective of the project is to create a social environment in which everyone, including those with restricted physical ability, can travel comfortably without having to worry about inaccessibility. 0 comments
05/12/2007 Training courses on accessible tourism
The Real Patronato sobre Discapacidad (Royal Board on Disability) with the collaboration of Polibea Turismo has organized Accessible Tourism Training Courses given at Spanish Tourism Colleges. 0 comments
05/12/2007 Universal Accessibility Standards
A formal system of universal accessibility standards for tourism establishments and infrastructure. 0 comments
ENAT Library Item
Philip Jensen, accessibility consultant at the Danish Building Research Institute, examines the way two new museum buildings in Denmark have succeeded in meeting the challenge of being accessible for all visitors.