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28.6.2017, Brussels. The European Network for Accessible Tourism is delighted to announce that Mr Paudie Healy from Ireland has been elected to its European Board of Directors today in Brussels.
28.6.2017, Brussels. The European Network for Accessible Tourism is delighted to announce that Mr. Rüdiger Leidner, from Germany, has been elected to its European Board of Directors today in Brussels.
Partners in the EU Funded APP TOUR YOU Project Consortium present an online course for small businesses in the tourism sector, addressing how to cater for tourists with specific access requirements. Registration is open to all and free of charge for a period of 8 weeks from 16 January 2017. Funding for the project is provided by the European Union ERASMUS+ Programme.
06/10/2015 Dubai - A Disability-Friendly City by 2020
The General Secretariat of The Executive Council of Dubai held a press conference at Emirates Towers to announce the launch of the "Dubai Inclusive Development Forum" which will take place at Madinat Jumeirah on the 11th and 12th of October 2015.
27/07/2015 Lonely Planet and the European Network for Accessible Tourism (ENAT) join forces to promote inclusive tourism around the world
Melbourne and Brussels, 27 July 2015. Global travel brand and guidebook publisher Lonely Planet and ENAT, the European non-profit association working for accessible inclusive tourism, have established a cooperation agreement to bring greater attention to the requirements of visitors with disabilities and other travellers with specific access needs.
A new study on the supply of accessible tourism services in the EU Member States, financed by the European Parliament, shows that there is a general lack of provisions for visitors with access needs. Greater commitment and cooperation is needed between tourism authorities, destinations and enterprises, if supply is to meet the growing demand for accessibility, especially from increasing numbers of senior travellers, many of whom face access difficulties.
21/09/2014 "Are we there yet?" High-level Panel Discussion on Destination Development at World Travel Market - WTM 2014
ENAT – the European Network for Accessible Tourism, in association with VisitFlanders, main sponsor of World Travel Market, presents a panel discussion with leading National Tourist Organisations and tourism researchers at this year’s WTM, promising new insights into destination management and development.
Brussels, 9 January 2014. Pantou.org, a new online directory of accessible tourism suppliers is helping travellers find Europe’s accessible accommodation, restaurants, transportation and other services, making it much easier to discover places to go and things to do – comfortably and safely.
19/10/2013 One Year to the '1st World Summit on Destinations for All' in Montreal, Canada, October 2014
The First World Summit on Destinations for All will be held in Montreal in October 2014. It aims to establish an international strategy to develop inclusive tourism, building on the experience of world regions, countries and destinations with a clear focus on the opportunities and challenges ahead.
12/07/2013 Planning Meeting for the 1st MENA-ENAT (Euro-Arab) Dead Sea Accessible Tourism for All and Jordan 4 All Forum & Expo, 23-25 October 2013
Amman, Jordan, 8 July 2013. HRH Prince Raad of Jordan is determined to give his full support to make the 1st MENA-ENAT (Euro-Arab) Dead Sea Accessible Tourism for All and Jordan 4 All Forum & Expo a success and a platform for a positive change to happen in Jordan. The event will mark a new chapter in the promotion of measures to support disabled citizens in Jordan and cater for visitors with access requirements, building on the country’s acclaimed policies and actions in support of the rights of people with disabilities.
Enjoying travel and tourism is not always easy for people with intellectual and learning difficulties and their families. In response to this challenge, FEG - the European Federation of Tourist Guide Associations, and a group of partners from the tourism and disability sectors has started a training initiative, “T-Guide”, to train official qualified tourist guides in the skills that can help them give this group of tourists a better experience and understanding of Europe’s cultural and historical sites.
The European Commission has announced a new Annual European Award Accessible Cities. The award is hailed by Ivor Ambrose, Managing Director of ENAT, as "...a welcome initiative which will stimulate cities to put even more effort into 'Tourism for All', catering to all visitors who need good access”.