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11/09/2014 EU Study: Mapping Skills and Training Requirements for Accessible Tourism, 2014. Twenty Case Studies

A major part of the study commissioned in 2013 by the European Commission and awarded to VVA, ENAT and 3s Research involved the preparation of 20 Case Studies, examining accessible tourism training programmes and projects in Europe and abroad. Here the Case Studies can be downloaded in PDF format.  

29/06/2014 Universal Design for Customer Engagement in Tourism Services by National Standards Authority of Ireland

The Irish Standard I.S. 373:2013 is available as a free PDF downloadable document in English.  

12/06/2014 ECA 2013 – European Concept for Accessibility. Design for all in progress. From theory to practice

The Italian version of “ECA 2013 – European Concept for Accessibility. Design for all in progress. From theory to practice” is now available. It has been realised by the Consorzio Sociale Coin in Rome and contains a foreword by the Italian Minister of Labour and Social Policies. The document has already been translated to German and Serbian from its original English version.  

09/04/2014 Great War Centenary 2014-2018 Flanders Fields - Accessible to Everyone

Visit Flanders is seizing upon the commemoration period in Flanders Fields to implement a comprehensively accessible holiday chain, and will therefore promote the detailed provision of information in consideration of all aspects of an accessible stay: information and reception, accommodation, restaurants, cafés, great war sites, transportation, parking spaces, assistance and care, etc.… Not everything that is claimed to be accessible has been included in this brochure.  

30/11/2013 Design for All in Progress, from Theory to Practice

This publication aims both to help designers and advisors to check their understanding of the role they have to play when advising clients and also to help clients to check whether their advisors follow the principles of a Design for All approach.  

09/11/2013 Accessible Routes in Historical Cities: Best Practice Guide

A best practice guide for the planning, design, implementation and marketing of accessible routes in historical urban environments.  

20/09/2013 Accessibility Review of European National Tourist Organisations’ Websites, 2012

Presentation of a benchmarking study carried out by ENAT. Between August and October 2012 41 websites were tested for compliance with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines - to see if they are accessible to people with disabilities. Secondly, the content of the websites was examined for information specific to the needs of visitors with disabilities and other people who need good access. Download the study report in PDF format and other resources from this page.  

12/05/2013 UNWTO Press Conference: 2012 International Tourism Results and Prospects for 2013

29 January 2013, Madrid. International travel expanded in 2012, with the number of tourist arrivals across the whole world exceeding the one-billion mark for the first time ever, according to figures released by UNWTO at the Spanish FITUR tourism trade fair.  

05/09/2012 Scandic Hotels' Accessibility 110 Point Standard

Everyone is welcome at Scandic! We understand that every disability is different. The same is also true of our hotels, and we have implemented smart design in our rooms available for people who have a disability. When you choose to stay with Scandic, you should enjoy the same Scandic standards for accessibility. That's why we have implemented and are continuously improving a common accessibility programme that all our hotels use.  

19/02/2012 Access - Improving the Accessibility of Historic Buildings and Places

The purpose of this guidance is to advise those who own, manage or care for buildings and places of architectural heritage significance on the options available to them to improve accessibility. It also provides guidance and information for anyone with an interest or involvement in issues surrounding the accessibility of historic buildings and places.  

01/11/2011 Guidelines to ensure accessibility to museums and exhibitions for the blind and partially sighted

A visit to a museum, whether of art, local history or technology, is just as worthwhile for the blind and partially sighted as it is for visitors without visual impairments. In order to make it easier for the blind and partially sighted to visit museums and exhibitions autonomously, the Coordination Unit on Tourism of the German Federation of the Blind and Partially Sighted (Reg. Ass.) took the public discussion on this topic into consideration and then proceeded to make the following recommendations at its annual conference in Essen in 2010.  

27/10/2011 European Commission Communication: A renewed EU strategy 2011-14 for Corporate Social Responsibility

The European Commission has published a new policy on corporate social responsibility. By taking steps to better meet their social responsibility, enterprises can help themselves and help society as a whole. The European Commission has put forward a new, simpler definition of corporate social responsibility as “the responsibility of enterprises for their impacts on society”.