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The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC)and VisitEngland have produced this guide to help tourism businesses welcome people with access requirements. The EHRC has a statutory remit to promote and monitor human rights; and to protect, enforce and promote equality. We are committed to the vision of a modern Britain where everyone is treated with dignity and respect and we all have an equal chance to succeed. VisitEngland, England’s national tourist board, works in partnership with others to lead the development of a thriving tourist industry.
26/10/2014 A World for Everyone. Declaration from the World Summit Destinations for All Montreal, 2014
Official version of the Declaration adopted by participants at the Destinations for All 2014 World Summit, held in Montreal Canada, 19 to 23 October 2014.
11/09/2014 EU Study: Mapping Skills and Training Requirements for Accessible Tourism, 2014. Twenty Case Studies
A major part of the study commissioned in 2013 by the European Commission and awarded to VVA, ENAT and 3s Research involved the preparation of 20 Case Studies, examining accessible tourism training programmes and projects in Europe and abroad. Here the Case Studies can be downloaded in PDF format.
08/12/2013 MENA-ENAT (Euro-Arab) Accessible Tourism for All Forum & Expo, Aqaba, Jordan 11-13 December 2013
Forum & Expo webpage with Participants' Biographies, Programme and Other Details.
27/08/2014 New EC Call for Proposals: Transnational cultural tourism products and Tourism and accessibility for all
The present call is implementing the European Commission’s 2010 Communication on tourism, with particular reference to the diversification of European cultural/industrial tourism and accessible tourism. 0 comments
Anna Grazia Laura, President of the European network ENAT (European Network for Accessibile Tourism) and Maurizio Davolio, President of EARTH (European Alliance For Responsible Tourism and Hospitality) signed an MoU in Rome on the 16th of July 2014. 0 comments
At MITA International Meeting for Accessible Tourism OF GITANDO.ALL - The basis for the development of accessible tourism and leading European tourism. 0 comments
01/03/2014 World Committee on Tourism Ethics to focus on the exploitation of children, trafficking, poaching and accessible tourism
(Madrid, Spain, 26 February 2014). The protection of children from all forms of exploitation, the fight against trafficking, anti-poaching and accessible tourism for all are among the work priorities defined by the newly formed World Committee on Tourism Ethics (WCTE). The Committee met at UNWTO headquarters to identify the major challenges facing responsible tourism and define its Action Plan for the coming four years. 0 comments
20/10/2013 Save the Date: 19-22 October 2014. World Summit on 'Destinations for All', Montreal, Canada
Under the theme, "Tourism, Culture and Transportation. A Common Strategy at the International Level", the 1st World Summit on Destinations for All will be held in Montreal in October 2014. The Summit aims to establish an international strategy to develop inclusive tourism. 0 comments
The UNWTO "Recommendations on Accessible Tourism for All” (2013) have been approved and endorsed by the General Assembly. Updated from the 2005 version, the recommendations outline a form of tourism that involves a collaborative process among stakeholders to enable people with access requirements to function independently through universally designed tourism products, services and environments. These recommendations were developed within the framework of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities of 2007. 0 comments
27/08/2013 European Commission Call for Proposals: Design, Implementation, Promotion and Marketing of Accessible Tourism Itineraries
Under the Specific Programme: Preparatory Action "Tourism and accessibility for all", the European Commission has issued an Open Call for projects that will foster accessibility in local tourism development agendas, strategies and practices. 0 comments
The Pantou website, funded by the European Commission, is developed by ENAT and partners. It presents suppliers of accessible tourism services in all European Union countries as well as agencies and operators outside Europe who specialise in Europe-inbound tourism. 0 comments