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12/10/2009 Scandic Hotels' Disability Ambassador, Magnus Berglund Profiled on CNN World View

Scandic Hotels is a hotel chain which emphasises good access for all its guests in every hotel. This televised report by AXESS TV, Sweden was broadcast by CNN on 10 October 2009. 0 comments

12/10/2009 Survey of European Architectural Education: Is Accessible Building Design Included?

The Vienna University of Technology is conducting a survey of European architectural education to find out to what extent accessible building design is included in the curricula of architecture courses. Please fill in the on-line questionnaire. 0 comments

12/10/2009 Presentations and Speeches from ENAT International Congress 2009, Now Available

Over 30 of the presentations and speeches given at the 2nd ENAT International Congress in Vienna are now available for downloading. They include keynote addresses, workshop reports and case studies from many countries on a variety of subjects. 0 comments

24/09/2009 ATHENA Project Holds Successful Kick-off Meeting in Athens, Greece

Representatives of ENAT, KAZUIST, TRIANON met in the ENAT office (the seat of EWORX S.A.) on 2nd July 2009. The meeting, which took place over two days consisted of project preparations, networking between Greek and Czech organisations and excursions to accessible tourism sites. 0 comments

24/09/2009 New 'Code of Good Conduct' in Accessible Tourism for ENAT Members

In the run-up to the ENAT International Congress in Vienna, the ENAT Board announces its "Code of Good Conduct" commitment label for accessible tourism. Members attending the Congress will be able to sign-up and receive their certificates personally from ENAT President, Lilian Müller, on 1st October. 0 comments

10/09/2009 ENAT and GAATES Sign Memorandum of Understanding

ENAT and GAATES are pleased to announce the signature of a Memorandum of Understanding. The agreement will pave the way to closer cooperation in the promotion of policies and implementation of projects to enhance the social, economic and cultural participation of people with disabilities and older persons around the globe. 0 comments

01/07/2009 New Series of Accessible Tourism Seminars Opens in Brandenburg, Germany

In June 2009, another seminar of the series “Brandenburg for All – barrier free tourism” took place in Potsdam, the capital of Germany’s Federal State of Brandenburg. Starting in 1998, tourism organisations in Brandenburg have been increasing their accessible offers for all guests, step by step. 0 comments

Project Item

18/09/2009 ATHENA Project: “Accessible Tourism – Humans, Education, New Approaches"

The main goal of the ATHENA project is the creation of conditions and tools for human resources development and employment in the accessible tourism sector in the Czech Republic. This will be achieved by transnational cooperation with ENAT and exchange of experience and good practice with European countries. 0 comments

ENAT Library Item

08/09/2009 Council of Europe Resolution: Achieving Full Participation Through Universal Design. ResAP(2007)3.

Council of Europe Resolution ResAP(2007)3, "Achieving full participation through Universal Design".  

08/09/2009 Council of Europe Disability Action Plan, 2006-2015. Recommendation Rec(2006)5.

Council of Europe Action Plan to promote the rights and full participation of people with disabilities in society: improving the quality of life of people with disabilities in Europe, 2006-2015.  

07/07/2009 Accessibility: Understanding, Progress and Opportunities

The UK's Disability Discrimination Act has been in force since 1995, with enforcement measures fully implemented since 2004. This article looks at where we are now as a country offering accessible tourism, what more needs to be done and the opportunities that exist, especially in view of hosting the Olympics and Paralympics in 2012. It also outlines the role of a new project – Open Britain – being launched in July 2009 by Tourism for All UK and disability charity RADAR.  

27/06/2009 Protecting Children and Youths in Water Recreation: Safety Guidelines for Service Providers

It is estimated that each year 50,000 Europeans in the EU 27 are injured whilst taking part in water sports or boating activities. Drowning is the second leading cause of death in young people, from infancy to 18 years of age.  

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