Wheelchair-accessible tour in Kamakura aims to revolutionize tourism for people with disabilities

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BY CHISATO TANAKA Kamakura is among the most popular destinations for day-tripping Tokyoites, who regularly fill up the city’s historic temples and meander through its beautiful shrines on weekends and holidays. For Hajime Takano, such a trip was his birthday wish … Read More

7 accessible trails across Alberta reflect volunteer’s passion for nature

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Seven accessible trails are opening across Alberta to reflect a volunteer’s passion for nature and inclusion. The trails will each be called the Cecile Buhl One-Kilometre Experience, the first of which officially opened at Fish Creek Provincial Park on Friday. Others are opening at Writing-On-Stone, Bow … Read More

10 cities that are championing accessibility for venues and events

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A joint report from BestCities Global Alliance, GainingEdge and Rehabilitation International has showcased destinations that are meeting the needs of delegates with disabilities. The cities highlighted in the Universal Accessibility in Meetings report have innovated and adapted in order to meet the … Read More

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