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About AccessibleEU

AccessibleEU is one of the flagship initiatives proposed by the European Commission Strategy for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities 2021-2030. It is a resource Centre on accessibility working on areas such as built environment, transport, information and communication technologies to ensure the participation of persons with disabilities in all areas of life on equal basis with others. 

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    Purpose of AccessibleEU
    • Build the capacity on accessibility in EU countries
    • Support the implementation of the European Union legislation on accessibility
    • Connect stakeholders responsible for implementing accessibility rules in the EU
    • Create a common European one-stop-shop on accessibility
    • Train excellent professionals on accessibility

What does AccessibleEU offer?

    Online library on accessibility

    The Centre offers direct links, databases, information about standards, guides, studies, good practices and support materials on accessibility.

  • Networking

    AccessibleEU is putting together a community of practice comprising accessibility and disability experts.

  • Accessibility training
    Accessibility training

    AccessibleEU offers workshops, online trainings and mutual learning events, among others on different accessibility topics.

  • Accessibility monitoring and surveillance
    Accessibility monitoring and surveillance

    AccessibleEU provides support to monitor compliance with EU legislation across sectors in each EU country.


AccessibleEU organises altogether 88 events per year, held at European and national levels in online, in-person and hybrid formats.

  • Awareness-raising

    Annually, there is 1 European-level awareness-raising event, 2 in big EU countries and 1 in medium and small EU countries.

  • Training

    AccessibleEU offers annually 2 workshops and mutual learning events at a European level, 2 in big EU countries and 1 in EU medium and small countries. Topics include but are not limited to accessibility of:

    • Built environment
    • Transport
    • ICT
    • Policies

    Additionally, a series of online trainings on targeted accessibility topics are also offered once a year.

  • Networking events
    Networking events

    There is 1 EU level networking event, and 1 in each Member State.

*Events dates and places are announced in AccessibleEU website and
bimonthly newsletter.

Results for the first year

Who can participate?


AccessibleEU is funded by the Directorate-General Employment, Social Affairs of the European Commission and carried out by the following consortium:

(European Network for Accessible Tourism)
(European Association of Service Providers for Persons with Disabilities)
Johannes Kepler University Linz
(Johannes Kepler University Linz)
(Spanish Association for Standardisation)

The experts organised in different levels will lead, manage, and operate the European Accessibility Resource Centre. Know more about AccessibleEU's Network of Experts.

How to participate?

If you wish to join our community and participate in our activities, please follow the link, and join us! Community of Practice

To learn more about AccessibleEU, reach out us at:

accessibleeuatfundaciononce [dot] es
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