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  • ENAT Annual Report 2018

    The ENAT Annual Report 2018 records the membership of the association and its activities carried out in 2018.

  • World Report On Disability 2011

    About 15% of the world's population lives with some form of disability, of whom 2-4% experience significant difficulties in functioning. The global disability prevalence is higher than previous WHO estimates, which date from the 1970s and suggested a figure of around 10%. This global estimate for disability is on the rise due to population ageing and the rapid spread of chronic diseases, as well as improvements in the methodologies used to measure disability.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • ENAT Annual Report 2017

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

News Items

  • NEWSCAT Training Pack On Customised Accessible Tourism Now Available

    Partners of the EU-funded ERASMUS+ project, NEWSCAT have curated a set of course materials aimed at increasing the knowledge, skills and competences of tourism professionals to cater for the diverse requirements of visitors with disabilities, seniors, families and others with specific access requirements.

  • Scandic Hotels Introduces Standard For Allergy-friendly Rooms

    Scandic is the world’s first hotel group to introduce a standard for allergy-friendly rooms. This means that guests booking allergy-friendly rooms can expect considerations including wooden floors and fragrance-free, hypoallergenic toiletries approved by the Swedish Asthma and Allergy Association. The rooms are also prepared according to strict cleaning procedures and are not located on floors where pets can stay. The new standard will be part of Scandic’s unique 159-point accessibility standard.

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