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Jubilee for all. Accessible itineraries to enjoy treasures of art and faith - Italy

  • Italy
Scope of application
  • Culture and leisure
Type of organisation
  • Other
Organisation responsible
  • CEI - Conferenza Episcopale Italiana

‘Giubileo for all’’ is a project launched in the context of the Jubilee 2025, which will be held in Rome. This initiative aims to develop a series of accessible itineraries in order to allow everyone to enjoy Italian cultural and artistic heritage. These itineraries involve the collaboration of local communities and authorities and offer services that respond to the needs of all people, including those with disabilities.

The first four inclusive and accessible itineraries, promoted by several Italian dioceses in view of the Holy Year of 2025, include "Iter Suasanum. Alle radici del cristianesimo" in the diocese of Senigallia, "Tra Via Regia e Cammino giubilare" in the diocese of Amalfi-Cava de' Tirreni, "E ti vengo a cercare. Cammini verso l’infinito" in the diocese of Locri-Gerace and "Romanic@mente" in the diocese of Campobasso-Bojano.

The initiative supports the elimination of sensory and cognitive barriers and the strengthening of local networks with a long-term objective. Local communities and dioceses, in fact, decided to tackle together the challenge of accessibility, not only for the upcoming Jubilee, but also as a process towards the implementation of the 2030 UN Development Agenda.

More about ‘Giubileo for all’.

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