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News Item

28/11/2007 Accessible Tourism is Big Money

At a congress held last week by the European Network for Accessible Tourism (ENAT), over 200 representatives from international disability organisations, tourist boards and private enterprise came to the overwhelming conclusion that accessible tourism is the fastest-growing business opportunity in the tourism industry. 0 comments

20/11/2007 ENAT International Congress on Tourism for All, Marina D'Or, Spain

This week the Marina d'Or beachside holiday resort in the Region of Valencia, Spain welcomes some 200 delegates at the ENAT International Congress on Tourism for All, organised by Fundación ONCE and supported by the European Commission. Guest speakers from North and South America, as well as Australia will complement European presenters from all sectors of the tourism industry, public authorities, NGOs and centres of research and education. 0 comments

01/11/2007 UK's 'Accessible Travel and Leisure' Announces Franchising Opportunities

ENAT member, "Accessible Travel and Leisure", is a leading UK specialist in tailor-made holidays for customers with disabilities. Now the company is offering business franchises, providing opportunities for people with disabilities to run their own business from home, selling accessible holidays. 0 comments

27/09/2007 ENAT Congress Draft Programme published

The Draft Programme of the ENAT International Congress on Tourism for All is now published. 0 comments

30/07/2007 ENAT Newsletter Number 1, May 2007 and Number 2, July 2007

The Second ENAT Newsletter is now available. 0 comments

23/07/2007 New EC Publication: The European Tourism Industry in the Enlarged Community (2007)

This report updates the Commission’s first analysis of the European tourism sector and extends it to the tourism industry of the enlarged Community. It provides a solid statistical overview and analysis of tourism demand, the competitiveness of the industry, employment and innovation. 1 comments

18/07/2007 "Tourism for All" is Greek Tourism Campaign Slogan 2007

This summer, "Tourism for All" is the Greek National Tourist Organisation's domestic marketing message, with posters, decorated buses and a TV-spot contributing to the campaign. 2 comments

ENAT Library Item

29/10/2007 Build for All. Public Procurement Reference Manual

The Build-for-All Manual presents the rationale and a method for applying Design-for-all principles and criteria in the public procurement of buildings and infrastructure works.  

04/10/2007 Report of the ENAT International Workshop, Athens, October 2006

Workshop Report including summary presentations and speeches by plenary speakers, workshop conclusions and photos from the optional excursion to accessible attractions in Athens.  

17/07/2007 Presentation of ENAT in Greek, July 2007

A slide presentation of ENAT, given by the Coordinator, Ivor Ambrose, at a National Conference on Tourism for All, organised by the Hellenic Ministry of Tourism, 12 July 2007.  

Project Item

29/10/2007 Build for All - Construire pour Tous Project: Guidelines for Procurement of Accessible Buildings and Infrastructure

Directly addressing the EU regulations on public procurement, the BFA project, involved partners from the European building industry, architects, public sector and NGOs, to produce a Reference Manual and training materials for professionals in the field, in relation to public procurement, accessibility and the built environment. 0 comments

27/08/2007 Accessible Portugal - a Company Offering Services to Visitors with Low Mobility

Accessible Portugal is a commercial organisation whose mission is to provide services to disabled visitors and other tourists who have restricted mobility. 0 comments

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