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This page displays general event information including past ENAT events and Events from our Members in Europe and around the world. If you wish to make an Event announcement to the ENAT Community please login and enter the event details, or contact the ENAT editor.

The ENAT - Google Accessible Tourism Events Calendar is for information purposes only. The inclusion of an event in the Calendar does not imply that ENAT is responsible for the event or that ENAT has approved the event in any way. Some events are exclusively for ENAT members or project partners.

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10/04/2008 “b_free” Trade Fair for Barrier-free Construction, Homes and Living for All

24-27.9.2008 The first German Expo devoted entirely to barrier-free living, presenting the latest products and solutions for construction, refurbishment, homes, furniture, sanitary equipment and public spaces.  

03/04/2008 Alto Adige per tutti, Bolzano, Italy

11.04.2008 One-day event organised by regional organisations of South Tirol. Read the summary report by Hartmut Smikac, NATKO.  

06/03/2008 Welcome to the Greek Autonomia EXPO 2008!

16 - 18 May 2008. Welcome to the great celebration of disability, technology, aesthetics and culture which is taking place on the 16th, 17th and 18th of May 2008. The EXPO is organized by DISABILITY NOW on a yearly basis, in May, at the most accessible place in Athens!!!  

03/03/2008 eBusiness Forum, Athens

14.3.2008. Accessible Tourism and new technologies for tourism marketing come under the spotlight at this international conference on Destination Management Systems for eTourism.  

25/02/2008 Conference - Air Passenger Rights for Disabled People: Understanding Legal Requirements, Defining Best Practice

2 April 2008. Brussels. This conference seeks to bring together disability groups and disabled users of air transport, with senior representatives from major European airports and airlines, to discuss how new EU regulations will be implemented in a way which is workable for the aviation industry and which meets the needs of disabled passengers.  

12/02/2008 ITB Berlin 2008 Conference “Factors of Success in Accessible Tourism in Germany”

6 March 2008. Conference “Factors of Success and Actions to Increase Quality in Accessible Tourism for All in Germany” at ITB 2008 in Berlin.  

30/01/2008 Free Accessible Tourism Training Courses in Spain

Free courses are being offered to tourism providers in Spain who want to improve the accessibility of their services, facilities and products for tourists.  

21/12/2007 AFNOR Workshop: Accessibility for Disabled People to Transport and Tourism Services

13.2.2008 Brussels. Association Française de Normalisation (AFNOR) and CEN, the European Committee for Standardization, invite ENAT members to a workshop on accessibility standards for Transport and Tourism services.  

21/12/2007 ICAT 2007 Conference: Perspective and Future

Following his recent report on the ICAT 2007 conference in Bangkok, Scott Rains puts the results in perspective and looks forward to the future:  

18/12/2007 Disabled Holiday Information launches re-styled UK website

UK access information service Disabled Holiday Information ( has just launched its new, improved website.  

14/12/2007 Call for Papers - Computers Helping People with Special Needs, (ICCHP), Austria 2008

9-11 July 2008, Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria. The ICCHP has issued a Call for Papers for a Special Thematic Session on Accessible Tourism, with particular emphasis on technologies helping people with special needs. Read the Call for Papers.  

01/12/2007 Conference report: Second International Forum on Accessible Tourism (ICAT 2007)

At the same time as ENAT's conference in Valencia, colleagues in the Asia Pacific region were discussing similar topics on the other side of the world at the Second International Forum on Accessible Tourism (ICAT 2007). Scott Rains reports: