The CALL4ACTION project addresses the lack of good accessibilities of public spaces (parks, sidewalks, schools, marketplaces), one of the main reasons for the social exclusion of persons with disabilities.
he CALL4ACTION project addresses the lack of good accessibilities of public spaces (parks, sidewalks, schools, marketplaces), one of the main reasons for the social exclusion of persons with disabilities. The partners play a pivotal role in disseminating accessibility-related projects, wishing to move forward in transnational cooperation to support accessibility actions, and sharing knowledge on the best practices to overcome this social challenge
1) Assess and compare the national state of accessibility to public spaces for people with disabilities in 3 European
countries – needs assessment
2) To train relevant technicians responsible for monitoring and fieldwork on accessibility in terms of “accessibility literacy” –
inclusion, diversity, and adult learning
3) Increase the capacity of organizations and citizen personal development – promotion of transnational cooperation
between entities in terms of accessibility and development of skills in the public – ACCESSIBILITY TALKS
4) Communicate, promote and share critical information and the mapping of spaces in terms of accessibilities
5) Disseminate accessibility strategies and best practices to raise awareness of the current situation and future challenges
1) Project management and coordination
2) Needs assessment – national picture of accessibility status
3) Online crash courses on accessibility-related topics
4) Sharing experiences – ACCESSIBILITY TALKS
5) Communication and dissemination – sharing digital tools and contents
6) Achieved outcomes and project’s overall impact assessment
1) Involve 30 public organizations or other entities responsible for implementing accessibility strategies in the accessibility
2) Develop 4 crash course sessions per entity, empowering 20 technicians responsible for monitoring and fieldwork on accessibility
3) Face-to-face and online participation of 500 people in the ACCESSIBILITY TALKS
4) Impact a global number of 25,000 individuals (online and presential)
5) Gather 100 surveys for project evaluation and impact assessment
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