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Helsinki for All Project - Finland

Scope of application
Type of organisation
Public administration
Organisation responsible
City of Helsinki

The Helsinki for All project was launched in 2002. The project's goals are:

  • Coordinating the implementation of the accessibility strategy and developing practices and operating models that promote accessibility for the City’s operations, according to the direction specified by the City Board. 
  • Creating a general and local accessibility plans for the City, as well as coordinating and maintaining a database, based on geographic data, in order to monitor accessibility projects. 
  • Submitting proposals on any funds and grants to be allocated to accessibility improvements and other separate projects that promote accessibility, and managing the practical aspects connected to the funds and grants allocated to projects, according to the decisions on how such funds and grants are to be allocated. 
  • Promoting cooperation between the Helsinki City and various stakeholders in connection to accessibility.

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