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  • Travel Guide for People With Disabilities. (Turkey, 2021)

    Herkes İçin Turizm Derneği [Association of Tourism for All] & Yaşar University carried out this study under the direction of Prof. Dr. Huriye Toker, Director of Yaşar University Research and Application Center on Women and Family Studies.

  • Accessible Air Travel brochure by German Aviation Association

    Accessible travel advocates in Germany, together with the German Aviation Association have updated the recommendations on accessible air travel. The only difference to the first edition is the addition of the respective Special Service Request (SSR) Codes to each disability to avoid misunderstandings.

  • UNWTO Tourism Recovery Guide 2: Harnessing the Power of Culture and Creativity in Tourism Recovery

    Madrid, Spain, 25 February 2021 - The shared values and close ties between tourism and culture stakeholders means both sectors can work together to ensure inclusive access to heritage, as countries around the world recover from the pandemic. In recognition of this mutually reinforcing relationship, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and UNESCO have collaborated to produce a set of new guidelines focusing on the responsible restart of cultural tourism. UNWTO invited the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to contribute to the UNWTO Inclusive Recovery Guide, Issue 2: Cultural Tourism. This is the second set of guidelines relating to the socio-cultural impacts of COVID-19 issued by UNWTO and will continue to be revised, as the situation evolves. Make cultural tourism relevant in the recovery The publication draws on the insights and expertise of the two UN agencies to analyse the impact of the pandemic on their respective sectors. This includes how lost revenues are severely impacting communities, heritage sites, cultural events, spaces and institutions, while also weakening destinations’ competitiveness and market differentiation. The guidelines on cultural tourism also stress the need for support from policymakers to ensure the relevance of culture in the emergency and contingency planning within tourism destinations.

  • ENAT Annual Report 2019

    The ENAT Annual Report 2019 records the membership of the association and its activities carried out in 2019. Download the report in PDF format from the right-hand panel.

  • ENAT Annual Report 2018

    The ENAT Annual Report 2018 records the membership of the association and its activities carried out in 2018. Download the report in PDF format from the right-hand panel.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • EU Parliament Study Report - Transport and Tourism for Persons with Disabilities and Persons with Reduced Mobility

    8 May 2018. This study has undertaken literature reviews, user and experts’ questionnaires, interviews and workshop surveys, analysis of EU legislation, SWOT and Multi-Criteria Analysis, identification of best practices and analyses of case studies. This has led to a mapping of accessibility across the EU Member States (identifying relevant state clusters) for three different sectors: local transport, long-distance transport, and tourism. Specific policies, research priorities and recommendations are made per state clusters and for the EU, which can enhance accessibility in each of the three sectors.