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  • AAA Barrier-Free Travel

    AAA has issued a series of 6 books entitled "AAA Barrier-Free Travel" which are specifically aimed at travelers with disabilities.

  • "Discrimination by Design" Background Document on Design for All

    On 3rd December 2001, the European Commission, together with the European Disability Forum, took "Discrimination By Design" as the theme of the Conference to celebrate the European Day of Disabled People. This background document was prepared to explain the concept of Design for All and its importance as an approach for making the world accessible to people with disabilities. The document is available in 11 languages. Author: Ivor Ambrose.

  • Guide for Passenger Terminal Accessibility

    Guidelines by the Canadian Transportation Agency to help air, rail and ferry terminal operators implement the provisions of the Canadian Code of Practice on Passenger Terminal Accessibility, to make their operations more accessible for persons with disabilities.

  • Build for All. Public Procurement Reference Manual

    The Build-for-All Manual presents the rationale and a method for applying Design-for-all principles and criteria in the public procurement of buildings and infrastructure works.

  • The European Concept for Accessibility, 2003

    The European Concept for Accessibility is an architectural and design guideline which was first written as a result of a request from the European Commission, made in 1987. The Concept was based on the universal design principles. These principles apply to the design of buildings, infrastructure, building and consumer products. 1. The objective is the provision of environments which are convenient, safe and enjoyable to use by everyone, including people with disabilities. 2. The universal design principles reject the division of the human population into able-bodied and disabled people. 3. Universal design includes supplementary provisions where appropriate. This statement was supported by all members of the steering group present in Doorn, The Netherlands, 2 March 1996. In this 2003 edition we furthermore develop the social reasons to create environments for all and the improvement that Europe can achieve by doing this.

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