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European Appointment for Ireland in ENAT Board: Paudie Healy, Killarney


28.6.2017, Brussels. The European Network for Accessible Tourism is delighted to announce that Mr Paudie Healy, Universal Access, Ireland has been elected to its European Board of Directors today in Brussels.

Managing Director of the European Network for Accessible Tourism non-profit association (ENAT) Mr Ivor Ambrose went on to say that “Mr Healy brings a wealth of expertise and competence to the European Board in tourism for all and he will play a key part in the new four-year strategy on the development of the European organisation globally”.

Mr Healy said he was delighted to be elected to the 11 member European Board of Directors and thanked all the countries that voted for him. “I look forward to contributing to the ongoing development of tourism for all and especially to the development and roll out of the first global accreditation programme for tourism service providers by the European Network for Accessible Tourism and also to contributing to the European organisation’s growth and expansion strategy globally”.

Image of delegates at Accessible Tourism Conference prior to Board MeetingPhoto by ENAT. From left to right: Paudie Healy CEO, Universal Access Ireland, Anna Grazia Laura, President, European Network for Accessible Tourism, Efi Kalampoukidou, President, Federation of European Tourist Guides Associations, Ivor Ambrose Managing Director, European Network for Accessible Tourism, Girma Anuskeviciute, European Commission Tourism Unit.

ENAT small logoThe mission of the European Network for Accessible Tourism is to make European tourism destinations, products and services accessible to all travellers and to promote accessible tourism around the world.