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Accessibility

We have collected information and tools for developing the accessibility of cultural services for actors in the field.

 


 

Our goal is to increase the information available about the accessibility of culture.

Please suggest your own information sources and experiences to these pages to be passed on to other workers in the field.

Also please tell which kind of information would be most usefull and what is lacking now.

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  • What is accessibility?

  • Guides

    This section contains information packages and guides for improving the accessibility of cultural services.

  • Checklists

  • Symbols for communication

    A symbol is a marker or visual representation with the purpose of supporting communication, for example, in signage, at websites or in brochures. Symbols are helpful to all users of sites and services, including those who do not understand the local language and people with mobility or functional restrictions.

  • Examples and experiences

  • Research and reports

    On this page there are reports and research about the accessibility of cultural services.

  • Links

    Participation possibilities should be developed in co-operation with the experts from the field. We have collected lists of actors from the field.

Siirry sivun alkuun

Kaikukortti logo, Kaikukortti text written in red.

Kulttuuripassi follow-up project tests out Kaikukortti, a discount card with which one can get free tickets to  cultural venues.

Information about Kaikukortti in Kainuu.

Information about Kaikukortti in Espoo.

Information about the Kulttuuripassi follow-up project behind Kaikukortti (in Finnish).


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The Forum of Equality in Culture, 2-4 November 2016