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08/12/2014 Metro For All
Metro - Wayfinding - Accessibility. What Metro For All does: Collect data about the infrastructure and layouts of metro stations; Analyze and visualize data related to metro usage, including geospatial data; Collect data about the infrastructure and layouts of metro stations; Research metro systems around the world and blog about them. 0 comments
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18/11/2014 Manual Sobre Turismo Accesible Para Todos: Principios, herramientas y buenas prácticas. Módulo I: Turismo Accesible – definición y contexto
The Manual on Accessible Tourism for All: Principles, Tools and Good Practices, is UNWTO's second handbook on accessibility and has been co-produced with the Spanish ONCE Foundation and ENAT. It features recommendations and guidelines drawn from experience, recent academic studies and international standards, as well as from technological and scientific advances that have been made in this field. This publication is currently available in Spanish only, in a digital accessible version.
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.
On 6 June 2014 the European Commission, DG Enterprise and Industry, Tourism and Cultural Instruments Unit held a conference for tourism stakeholders where the results of three specially commissioned studies on Tourism Accessibility in Europe were presented and discussed by a distinguished panel of tourism practitioners and stakeholders. Speakers' presentations are available for download on this page in PDF format.
Catalonia has been recognised at London’s World Travel Market for its work advocating accessible tourism and has garnered First Prize in Europe’s CHARTS awards for its work fostering cultural and sustainable tourism. “The Way of Saint James for All” initiative was chosen from amongst 27 candidates from all over Europe as a benchmark of excellence and good practices in the field of cultural and sustainable tourism. 0 comments
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
ENAT member, Cresaçor - Cooperativa Regional de Economia Solidária - has created a new website www.azoresforall.com to promote leisure activities for tourists with special needs. Soon we will also offer cultural tours, tours with a social component, as well as information on accessibility in the Azores. 0 comments
As people I’ve worked with I wanted to let you know that we’re currently trying to raise £1000.00 to buy a flying video drone so that we can produce aerial footage of our walks. The drone would have a massive impact on future films we make and give disabled people a different insight into the walks. 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
“Jaén 2.0” is a vocational training program where a group of 14 young people with and without disabilities has been trained on accessible tourism for a year. 0 comments
25/06/2014 VisitScotland's Online Training Aims to Ensure Warm Welcome for All During Commonwealth Games
Scotland, June 2014. Minister launches new e-learning tool to boost £370m accessible tourism market. 0 comments
12/06/2014 European Awards for Accessible Tourism, 2014
The European Excellence awards for Accessible Tourism have been announced on 6 June 2014. They reward the efforts of private enterprises or public authorities in making services and facilities more accessible to tourists with special needs. 0 comments