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Best practice in making EU cities more accessible: Access City Award 2021 report just out
Find out about the champions of accessibility and how they are ensuring equal opportunities for all to take part in day-to-day life in their cities.
Equality: City of Jönköping in Sweden wins 2021 Access City Award
The 2021 Access City Award goes to the city of Jönköping for making the city more accessible to persons with disabilities.
Access City Award 2021 now open for applications
Applications for the 11th Access City Award competition are now open. EU cities have until 9 September to apply.
Warsaw wins 2020 Access City Award
The 2020 Access City Award goes to the city of Warsaw, in Poland. By involving people with disabilities and accessibility needs in its endeavour to make the city more accessible, Warsaw was able to make a substantial overall improvement to the city's ease of access in a short space of time.
Nominera din stad för det tionde Access City Award 2020
Nominera din stad till det tionde Access City-priset 2020!
Breda wins 2019 Access City Award for making the city more accessible to citizens with disabilities
The 2019 Access City Award goes to the city of Breda, in the Netherlands, for continuously making improvements to make life easier for people with disabilities.
Access City Award 2019 now open for applications
The 2019 edition of the Access City Award is now receiving applications. This year also includes special culture heritage awards.
French city Lyon rewarded with 2018 Access City Award for putting accessibility at the heart of its city life
On the occasion of the European Day for People with Disabilities, the European Commission today announced Lyon, France, as the winner of the Access City Award. The city was rewarded for its inclusive and universal accessibility.
European Commission rewards British city Chester for enhancing accessibility in its city life
The European Commission today announced the British city of Chester as the winner of the Access City Award. Chester was chosen out of 43 cities from 21 EU countries, because of its inclusive measures for people with a disability in different sectors, in particular the tourism sector.
Disabilities: Access City Award 2016 for accessible-friendly cities goes to Milan!
On the occasion of the European Day for People with Disabilities, the European Commission is pleased to announce that Milan (Italy) is the winner of the 2016 Access City Award. Wiesbaden (Germany), Toulouse (France), Vaasa (Finland) and Kaposvár (Hungary) were also awarded for their efforts to improve accessibility for people with disabilities and the elderly.