The FC Barcelona, FCB Foundation, La Caixa” Social Welfare Projects, Mapp4all Universal Accessibility and the city council of Barcelona came together to make a request to the United Nations on the establishment of a global sensitizing day about the universal accessibility. This coalition presented last week the agreement on setting up an alliance at the Auditorium 1899 in The Camp Nou.
The ERASMUS+ project, ACT and ADLAB PRO organized a Info Day in Brussels on April 28th.
The aim of this event was to inform their responsibles in regards to the implementation of accessibility in the Media Directive AVMSD and the European Accessibility Law.
The objective of this workshop was to present the concrete aspects of accessibility and the business case for providing accessible products and services.
The workshop reflected the state of the art of accessibility legislation, policies and products and services in the areas covered by the current proposal for a European Accessibility Act.
On the occasion of the European Day for people with disabilities (3 December) the European Commission announced that Gothenburg is the winner of the Access City Award 2014. Gothenburg’s commitment to increasing accessibility to transport, housing, work and employment is a good example that other European cities could follow in the future. Priority is given to people with disabilities when accessible homes become available.
In this issue: What is deafblindness? EDF Action plan Budapest Accesible Catalonia Recognition in POLAND Making a difference in Europe Public consultation with a view to a European Accessibility Act EDbN Biannual working plan 2012-2014 World Confederation of Parents UK Landmark Supreme Court judgement clarifies social care law How many deafblind people are there? Deafblind Shape. Tactile Symbol of [...]