The best public events are the safe and inclusive ones
Accessibility is the idea that services, products and devices are designed to be useable to any individual that wishes to use them. When we refer to accessibility in the context of public events, we understand it to mean that an organised space or environment is available to the public at large, even if some of these intended visitors have some form of disability.
Creating accessible spaces means identifying and responding to an event’s weaknesses in terms of structure, design or layout.
Accessibility demands inclusion, along with striving to break down unnecessary barriers to privacy, dignity, and independence by providing equal opportunity of access to all.
In this free, downloadable infographic, we explore how public events can be organised with accessibility in mind for all guests and participants.
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