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Access City Award 2013 Berlin video
In 2012 Berlin was named the winner of the Access City Award 2013. This video explains some of the measures it took to implement a coordinated accessibility strategy, in areas such as planning, construction, transport and culture....
| Type: Video. | Author/Text owner: European Union Justice Department.Open: Access City Award 2013 Berlin video
Access City Award 2013 Nantes video
In 2012 Nantes was selected as a finalist in the European Union's Access City Award 2013. This video explains its comprehensive accessibility strategy, "Rendre la ville plus facile", which covers transport, housing, education, information and communication, leisure, sport and cultural venues and special events
| Type: Video. | Author/Text owner: European Union Justice Department.Open: Access City Award 2013 Nantes video
Access City Award 2013 Stockholm video
In 2012 Stockholm was selected as a finalist in the Access City Award 2013. This video explains how the city built on its already high standards of accessibility, working with disabled people's organisations to create an inventory of public places and making improvements to the public realm, public toilets and playgrounds
| Type: Video. | Author/Text owner: European Union Justice Department.Open: Access City Award 2013 Stockholm video
Access Exchange International
Access Exchange International (AEI) is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) promoting accessible public transport for older and disabled people in Latin America, Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe. AEI promotes both accessible design of pedestrian infrastructure and transport systems and the accessible operation of such systems in a user-friendly and safe manner
| Type: Website. | Author/Text owner: Access Exchange International .Open: Access Exchange International
Access for All
This website aims to provide an overview of projects and initiatives in Europe which aim to place the requirements of older and disabled people in the centre. Projects highlighted range from private intitiatives to publicly funded projects such as those in receipt of European Commission funding
| Type: Website. | Author/Text owner: Karel Van Isacker, Access for All.Open: Access for All
Access for All
European Platform of professionals who wish to highlight initiatives, regulations and projects who seek to create a barrier free world where the user is put at the center of the experience and environment.
| Type: Website.Open: Access for All
Access Northern California
Access Northern California is a not-for-profit organisation which works to increase opportunities and improve access to travel and outdoor recreation for older and disabled people throughout Northern California. The organisation authors the accessible travel guide "Access San Francisco", provides information about accessible travel and recreation, and offers consultancy, training and education services
| Type: Website. | Author/Text owner: Access Northern California.Open: Access Northern California
AccessCity practise guide
This booklet shows the results of the first Access • City Award which recognises cities for their efforts to remove barriers in the urban environment. It presents some interesting examples and inspiration for many more European cities wishing to provide a living and working environment without barriers for everybody
| Type: Publication. | Author/Text owner: European Commission. Justice.Open: AccessCity practise guide
AccessFuture, tourism regardless of abilities
Consortium that promotes that the creation of travel, leisure and tourism conditions for everyone as a good move forward for business, employment, social recognition of disabled people and promotion of a culture of accessibility
| Type: News.Open: AccessFuture, tourism regardless of abilities
Accessibility and User Needs in Transport for Sustainable Urban Environments (AUNT-SUE) Consortium
AUNT-SUE is a consortium of research centres at London Metropolitan University, Loughborough University and University College London with a network of local, regional and transport authorities as project partners. Its purpose is to develop a comprehensive toolkit to support the development of inclusive journey environments that can be used at all levels, from city-regions down to the micro-level of streets, vehicles and facilities
| Type: Website. | Author/Text owner: AUNT-SUE Consortium.Open: Accessibility and User Needs in Transport for Sustainable Urban Environments (AUNT-SUE) Consortium
Accessibility at a Glance: Cardiff City Centre
This guide provides information on the accessiblity of key locations in Cardiff, as well as information about parking and public transport services and useful organisations. A description of the main accessibility features is given for each listing, including the availability of step-free access, accessible toilets, induction loops, signage and information in alternative formats
| Type: Publication. | Author/Text owner: Robert Gravelle, Rachael Edwards, Cardiff Access Focus Group, Partnerships and Citizen Focus Team and Cardiff Council.Open: Accessibility at a Glance: Cardiff City Centre
Accessibility in the Educational Centres
The reason to draw up this guide was twofold. On the one hand, it aims at helping everyone involved in the educational community in general, as well as the competent institutions, associations and NGOs, in their efforts to make all people,...
| Type: Publication. | Author/Text owner: Cermi, written by Francesc Aragall.Open: Accessibility in the Educational Centres
Accessibility manual for beaches within the province of Barcelona
This manual, published in September 2003 by the Barcelona Provincial Council, aims to assist councils defining the criteria to be considered when improving accessibility in these public...
| Type: Publication. | Author/Text owner: Francesc Aragall, Francesc Fonollà and Mar García de Sola.Open: Accessibility manual for beaches within the province of Barcelona
Accessibility practices in 11 European cities for persons of reduced mobility
This publication summarises the results of an investigation carried out between 2007 and 2008 into how the question of accessibility was understood and managed in 11 European cities across five different countries – Sweden, the Netherlands, Belgium, the United Kingdom and Spain – with a view to identifying innovative approaches and solutions
| Type: Document. | Author/Text owner: Centre d’études sur les réseaux, les transports, l’urbanisme et les constructions publiques (CERTU).Open: Accessibility practices in 11 European cities for persons of reduced mobility
Accessibility resource centre
This accessibility resource centre, launched by the French Interdepartmental Observatory of Accessibility and Universal Design, is intended to identify, develop and disseminate examples of good practice relating to accessibility and universal design. The centre also offers information about initiatives, legislation and relevant regulation, all categorised under the following thematic areas: • Built environment
| Type: Website. | Author/Text owner: Observatoire interministériel de l’accessibilité et de la conception universelle.Open: Accessibility resource centre
Accessibility Web Geographic Information System (AWG): Design for All Foundation Awards Private Company Finalist 2013
A finalist in the private company category of the Design for All Foundation Awards 2013, AWG, developed by ProAsolutions.pt, is an internet platform based on an Open Source database which allows citizens and local governments to manage accessibility information relating to the public realm, public buildings, facilities, public services and transportation
| Type: Website. | Author/Text owner: Design for All Foundation.Open: Accessibility Web Geographic Information System (AWG): Design for All Foundation Awards Private Company Finalist 2013
AccessibilityOnline
AccessibilityOnline represents a collaborative training program between the ADA National Network and the US Access Board. The program includes a series of free webinars and audio conferences on different topics of accessibility. Sessions are held on a monthly basis and cover a variety of topics concerning accessibility to the built environment, information and communication technologies, and transportation
| Type: Website. | Author/Text owner: ADA National Network and US Access Board.Open: AccessibilityOnline
Accessible Cinema and Theatre
A few procedures and techniques have been implemented to make culture reachable to people, regardless of their abilities, posters show some of the shows made accessible for all.
| Type: News - Image.Open: Accessible Cinema and Theatre
Accessible Cities Award
A project by the European Comisison, the Access City Award sets out to showcase and reward cities with over 50,000 inhabitants which take exemplary initiatives to improve accessibility in the urban environment.
| Type: Website.Open: Accessible Cities Award
Accessible Ireland
This website provides a directory of accesssible locations in Ireland, including accommodation, restaurants, bars, tourist attractions and venues. Symbols are used to indicate the facilities available at different locations, allowing users to identify whether they are suitable for their requirements
| Type: Service directory - Website. | Author/Text owner: Owan and Jill Miller .Open: Accessible Ireland
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