Planning of Inclusive and Accessible Events
This paper presents a “Handbook for Accessible Events” providing structured advice to prepare and run events which are accessible and inviting to a divers set of participants including in particular those with disabilities. This handbook has been created with the goal to be adaptable to different kind and scales of events and, besides general accessibility requirements, to specifically address selected target groups. The “Handbook for Accessible Events” is available on an open source basis to support as many as possible event organizers but in particular also to invite to contribute out of own experiences and expertise to brush up the tool.
Keywordsaccessibility inclusion events accessible events
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