Reopening tourism for travellers with disabilities: How to provide safety without imposing unnecessary obstacles

Portada Reopening tourism for travellers with disabilities: How to provide safety without imposing unnecessary obstacles

Autor/es: Fundación ONCE; UNWTO; ENAT

Descripción:

Travellers with disabilities, specific access requirements and seniors wish to start travelling again just as any other citizen. This wide segment of the population, comprising millions of potential consumers worldwide, has been hit hard by COVID-19. As the tourism sector is gradually reopening, it should not impose unreasonable new obstacles and barriers that can often be avoided if we embrace the concept of Accessible Tourism for All, in the recovery process. The travel & tourism industries should see travellers with specific access requirements as a great economic opportunity for them to stay afloat and make their businesses flourish again. UNWTO and its partners from disabled people’s organizations and civil society have developed a set of basic recommendations addressed to different stakeholders across the tourism value chain to help them adjust to the new health and sanitary protocols.

Editorial: Fundación ONCE/Vía Libre

Materia: Discapacidad

Año de publicación: 2020

Descriptor: Accesibilidad

Fecha de catalogación: 2020

Formato: Informes

Soporte: Biblioteca Online

Referencia: 0121/2020

Colección: Colección Accesibilidad

Enlaces de interés

  • grupo social
  • fundación once
  • Ilunion
  • ONCE