PRIZE - ACCESS CITY AWARDS
Award aiming at celebrating cities which are active to facilitate their accessibility to disabled people
|Updated||Amount ?Global budget||Duration||Budget line?Reference code of this programme on "Draft General Budget of the EU for the financial year 2014"||Legal basis?European legal reference for this grant to download|
|18 March 2013||Not communicated||2010-2020||Plus de détails||Plus de détails|
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AbstractAward aiming at celebrating cities which are active to facilitate their accessibility to disabled people
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The European Commission has launched in 2010 the first European Award for Accessible Cities. This annual award aims to highlight the European cities with over 50,000 inhabitants that are taking the most effective and innovative action to improve their accessibility for disabled citizens.
A special prize, European Champion for Accessible Cities Award, will also be launched. It ... Plus de détails
What are the different steps ?Applications from each country will be considered by juries composed of representatives of national councils of disabled people, governments and experts on accessibility. The winner will be selected by a European jury ... Plus de détails
When should I apply ?Plus de détails
How much can I expect ?An award will ... Plus de détails
Areas concernedSocial Affairs, Town planning, Information, Transport, Local development, Health, Services, Telecommunications,
Who can apply?Local and Regional authorities,
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