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ENAT Library Item

04/05/2019 UNWTO Newsletter SDG10 Accessible Tourism, Vol. 1. February 2019

The first SDG Newsletter focuses on SDG10 – Reduced Inequalities. SDG10 aims to empower and promote the social economic and political inclusion of all, irrespective of age, sex, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion or economic or other status. Specifically, the Newsletter focuses on accessible tourism as a key to achieving SDG10.  

17/10/2018 ENAT Annual Report 2017

The ENAT Annual Report 2017 records the membership of the association and its activities carried out in 2017. Download the report in PDF format from the right-hand panel.  

01/10/2018 ENAT Annual Report 2017

The ENAT Annual report 2017 records the membership of the association and its activities carried out in 2017.  

29/09/2018 TAD - The Ability Advisor. First Report: A Tour Around

The first report from TAD - The Ability Advisor project - examines accessible tourism and vocational training in Belgium, Italy, Lithuania and Portugal. Download the report free of charge from the ENAT Library.  

15/06/2018 Accessible Travel Phrasebook

Lonely Planet has released its first ever travel phrasebook for travellers with disabilities thanks to Martin Heng and many other volunteer translators who helped contribute to the book. Accessible Travel Phrasebook is available online and can be downloaded for free via mobile devices, laptops and tablets.  

News Item

16/03/2019 European Accessibility Act: A Big Step On A Long Journey

Brussels, 13.3.2019. Press release by European Disability Forum. European Parliament's approval of the Act is positive – but more legislation is essential. 0 comments

02/05/2018 VisitEngland And The National Autistic Society Launch Guide To Help Tourism Businesses

VisitEngland and the National Autistic Society and England’s Inclusive Tourism Action Group are today launching a web-based guide to help tourism businesses overcome barriers to welcoming autistic people. 0 comments

Publication Item

12/08/2018 ELEVATOR Report 1. Accessible Tourism Training

This report provides an analysis of Accessible Tourism training practices based on surveys carried out in the project partners’ countries and information from other European studies and experiences in the field. It concludes with an accessible tourism training curriculum for managers and staff in small and medium-sized tourism enterprises. 0 comments

12/08/2018 ELEVATOR Report 2. Inclusive Tourist Guiding

This Handbook is a learning material focused on Inclusive Tourist Guiding. Its creation was initiated by the tourist guides, who meet tourists with access needs more and more often in their work, as their number is growing mainly due to the ageing population. Training offers on this topic are weak or completely absent in most countries. Inclusive (or also accessible) guiding is based on the concept of Accessible Tourism, that endeavours to improve tourist destinations, products and services so that they are accessible to all people regardless of their age, abilities, permanent or temporary limitations and impairments. 0 comments

12/08/2018 ELEVATOR Report 3.1 Accessible Tourism Guide | Visitors

Accessibility is an important topic in tourism, yet often overlooked. It seems that the main reason for that is lack of knowledge and cooperation between key stakeholders. This Report is therefore created as a brief guideline introducing this topic with particular attention being paid to Visitors with specific access requirements. 0 comments

12/08/2018 ELEVATOR Report 3.2 Accessible Tourism Guide | Industry

Accessibility is an important topic in tourism, yet often overlooked. It seems that the main reason for that is lack of knowledge and cooperation between key stakeholders. This Report is therefore created as a brief guideline introducing this topic with particular attention being paid to the Industry - tourism providers - who need to be aware of visitors' specific access requirements and learn how to cater appropriately for their needs, so as to improve their competitiveness and sustainability. 0 comments

12/08/2018 ELEVATOR Report 3.3 Accessible Tourism Guide | Policy Makers

Accessibility is an important topic in tourism, yet often overlooked. It seems that the main reason for that is lack of knowledge and cooperation between key stakeholders. This Report is created as a brief guideline introducing this topic with particular attention being paid to the role of Policy Makers in fostering a suitable environment for cooperation and motivation of all stakeholders in order to lift up the tourism offer and environment for living. 0 comments