Friendly Cities project partner visit to Kaliningrad, to learn about the experiences  of PwD organisations and best practices on accessibility to culture/ nature objects 

11-15 July: Twelve " Friendly Cities: Accessible Natural and Cultural Urban Environment for People with Disabilities" project partners took part in partner visit to Kaliningrad. The filed visit aimed to learn about the experiences  of organisations working with people with disabilities and on  best practices on accessibility to culture/ nature objects in Kaliningrad region .
Participants also took part in "Sails of Spirits" regatta in Baltiysk. This is an international sailing initiative founded by people with visual disabilities from Russia.

The Friendly Cities project works to assess the accessibility of natural and cultural facilities (mainly public parks and museums) and services for the needs of people with disabilities. We also develop and implement  educational activities and technical solutions for the adaptation of the facilities' infrastructure and services to the needs of people with disabilities. The project is funded by European Commission.
Предыдущий
Opening of the environmental education path for visually impaired people in Minsk Botanical Garden , 17 June
Следующий
EPICAH project joint report "How is being enhanced the border effect in the protection and development of natural and cultural cross-border heritage in Europe"

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