About the Project - TOURISMFORALL

PRJ – TOURISM4ALL (local)

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TOURISM4ALL

DEVELOPMENT OF A CROSSBORDER  NETWORK  FOR THE PROMOTION OF THE ACCESSIBLE  TOURISM DESTINATIONS

START DATE

11.01.2018

END DATE

04.03.2022

TOTAL BUDGET

€ 2.596.808,50 EUR

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE

3.1: Make natural and cultural heritage a leverage for sustainable and more balanced territorial development

LEAD PARTNER

Molise Region

TARGET GROUPS

  • General public
  • Local, regional and national public authorities
  • Regional and local development agencies, enterprises (in particular SMEs within the cultural and creative industry as well as the environmental and tourism sector)
  • ​​​​Education and training organisations as well as universities and research institutes

 

The goal of the project is to develop and promote a wide crossborder network of
accessible tourist destinations with natural and cultural heritage in order to reduce
reliance on seasonal tourism and promote social inclusion by sharing approaches and
methods and by joint-promoting tourism services for disadvantaged people and for
those with special accessibility needs (e.g. the disabled, the elderly).

F&F – about-the-project

KEY PROJECT NUMBERS

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PARTNERSHIP

LEAD PARTNER

Molise Region

VIA GENOVA, 11

Campobasso - Italy

http://www3.regione.molise.it


Molise Region is a public regional body. Its administrative organization is divided into several departments, which pursue specific activities and objectives. The Tourism Department deals with regional tourism policies and works in close cooperation with the European Territorial Cooperation Service, a specific unit with project managers and assistants created with the purpose of providing technical assistance to the other departments of the Region involved in ETC projects.


Contact person: Sorrentino Fatica

E-mail: tourism4all@regione.molise.it​​​​​​​

PROJECT PARTNER

Veneto Region - Tourism Department

http://www.regione.veneto.it/web/turismo/progetti-internazionali


Veneto Region is a public regional body. Tourism Department deals with regional tourism policies, financial opportunities, tourism promotion and growth, tourism regulations at regional level.Since 2011 Tourism Department has a Unit specialized in ECT projects to develop, carry out better innovative approaches, actions and tools linked to regional tourism policies, working together with European institutions and partners on the one hand and with the stakeholders and the territoryon the other


Contact person: Nadia Giaretta

E-mail: T4A@regione.veneto.it​​​​​​​

PROJECT PARTNER

Public Institution RERA S.D. for coordination and development of Split-Dalmatia County

http://www.rera.hr/


PI RERA S.D. is a regional development agency and interdisciplinary institutionestablished by Split-Dalmatia County for the purposeof preparation and implementation of projects related to the regional development. The Institution alsoundertakes necessary activities thatare closely connected to the: - Regional development and competitive economy - Strategy of branding and Strengthening County recognition - Rural tourism development and development of new products in tourism.


Contact person: Bernarda Kuliš

E-mail: bernarda.kulis@rera.hr​​​​​​​

PROJECT PARTNER

City of Zadar

http://www.grad-zadar.hr/


City of Zadar is a local self-government unit, with the administrative area that includes the city of Zadar, (around 75 000 people), four nearby settlement sand seven islands. The mission is a responsible and efficient management of public affairs in accordance with interests and needs of its citizens. The City of Zadar is active participant in the field of transnational and cross-border cooperation in cooperation with numerous foreign local governments and international organizations.


Contact person: Josip Milić

E-mail: josip.milic@grad-zadar.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Šibenik Tourist Board

https://www.sibenik-tourism.hr


Šibenik Tourist Board is a main strategic and marketing organization for Šibenik destination management. It has a major role in coordinating and supporting development of diversified,sustainable and inclusive local tourist offer, cooperation among tourist s industry stakeholders as well as information sharing and promotion. Šibenik Tourist Board is a partner on two on going Interreg Italy-Croatia projects: Tourism 4 all and S.LI.DES, as well as on several others funded by other programs.


Contact person: Dino Karađole

E-mail: dino@sibenik-tourism.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Special Agency Concentro of the Chamber of Commerce Industry, Agricolture and Craft of Pordenone

http://www.pn.camcom.it/


ConCentro is a no-profit organization acting on the Chamberof Commerce behalf.In 2015 it managed "Pordenone In_Rete" project with Pordenone Municipalityfor the development of an accessible natural shopping center andaccessible tourist destination in Pordenone. The project was included as bestpractices of accessible cities identified by the Italian National Institute of Urbanism(INU).

Contact person: Marica Veronese

E-mail: internazionalizzazione@pn.camcom.it

   

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PROJECT PARTNER

Regional Institute for Cooperative Education and Studies IRECOP

http://www.irecoop.veneto.it/


Irecoop Veneto is a regionally accredited training organization established in 1978 by the Confcooperative Veneto and the Federation of Cooperative Credit banks. Its aim is to support development of cooperative enterprises and their business sectors in the Veneto Region by innovative projects, by individual consulting, by delivering vocational basic and follow-up training, professional qualification and re-qualification activities for cooperatives, job seekers, disadvantaged groups etc.


Contact person: Maria Franca Barison

E-mail: f.barison@irecoop.veneto.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Croatian Camping Association

https://www.camping.hr/


The Croatian Camping Association is a national non-profit association with a membership of more than 200 campsites in Croatia (around 93% of the total camping capacity). Its main aim is the promotion of Croatian campsites and their interests, as well as the increase of the overall quality of camping services, with special emphasis on their environmental impact, sustainable development, accessibility and education. CCA is member of several national councils and international organizations.


Contact person: Adriano Palman

E-mail: adriano.palman@camping.hr​​​​​​​

PROJECT PARTNER

DELTA 2000 Consortium Company with limited liability

http://www.deltaduemila.net/


DELTA 2000 is as local Development Agency and Local Action Group LAG in Po Delta area and FLAG in the Emilia-Romagna region. It is a company of 64 partners representing the main local institutions and economic and social stakeholders. The aim of DELTA2000 is to promote local resources and economic activities in harmonised and integrated way in order to support economic growth and create new development opportunities, focusing our attention on local resources and needs.


Contact person: Angela Nazzaruolo

E-mail: info@deltaduemila.net

 

PROJECT PARTNER

Social Cooperative Society Odòs

http://www.cooperativaodos.it/


The company is located in Jesi (Ancona). It deals with the job reintegration of disadvantaged or in economic difficulty people, through several activities and projects. Tailoring, cleaning and social farming are the different activities undertaken by the company over the last few years.In the next years the goal is to work increasingly in the context of European cooperation, through projects of various kinds in the social field.


Contact person: Nicholas Murdica

E-mail: progetti@cooperativaodos.it​​​​​​​

PROJECT PARTNER

Apulia Region - Department of Tourism, Economy of Culture and Valorization of Territory

http://www.regione.puglia.it/


The Department is responsible of the regional development and execution of tourism policies, strategies and action plans (Regional Master Plan of Tourism: Puglia 365, Regional Master Plan for Culture PIIIL). It is responsible for ROP Puglia 2014-20, specific objectives that concern valorization of cultural heritage (museums, archaeological sites, libraries) and support to cultural activities. The Department includes 3 regional museums, specialized in archaeology, history and contemporary art.


Contact person: Anna Introna

E-mail: a.introna@regione.puglia.it

 

PROJECT PARTNER

Aspira – University College of Management and Design

https://www.aspira.hr/


Aspirawas founded in 2008 in Split by Modern College, and with the Maritime College Atlantis, these three institutions make one educational group. Aspira as a private college and non-profit organization,conducts and implements professional studies of Sports Management, Computer Engineering, International Hotel and tourismmanagement and lifelong learning programs and trainings in different sectors.Our mission creating educational experience through collaboration with the industry leaders.


Contact person: Petra Mandac

E-mail: petra.mandac@aspira.hr

 

PROJECT PARTNER

City of Buje-Buie

www.buje.hr


City of Buje is located in the northwestern part of the Istrian peninsula and the Republic of Croatia. Approximately 5,300 inhabitants live in the area of 103.40 km2. Due to its strategic position, the City of Buje is a significant traffic hub of international character.


Contact person: Sabrina Quarantotto

E-mail: s.quarantotto@buje.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Local Action Group “Brač”

www.lagbrac.hr


​​​​​Local Action Group (LAG) Brač is a local partnership of public, private and civil sector in equal relations. The goal of establishing the LAG Brač is to improve the overall development and raise the competitiveness of the island of Brač, through the development of local development strategies and the implementation of specific joint development projects.


 

Contact person: Vanja Purić
E-mail: voditelj.lagbrac@gmail.com

 

NEWS & EVENTS

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Here all the documents

D 2.2.3 Poster to be used in the PP buildings and project events

PUBLISHED ON 28/03/2022
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D 2.1.2 Kick off meeting report

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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D 2.2.4 Brochure presenting the project aims and activities to be used in the project activities and events_eng

PUBLISHED ON 28/03/2022
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D 2.2.4 Brochure presenting the project aims and activities to be used in the project activities and events_cro

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D 2.2.4 Brochure presenting the project aims and activities to be used in the project activities and events_ita

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D 2.2.5 Publication presenting the final results and best practices on accessible tourism implemented in the project_eng

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D 2.2.5 Publication presenting the final results and best practices on accessible tourism implemented in the project_cro

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D 2.2.5 Publication presenting the final results and best practices on accessible tourism implemented in the project_ita

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D 2.4.1 Crossborder seminars on accessible tourism topics related to the WP project activities

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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D 2.4.2 High level final conference in Venice report

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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D 3.1.1 Report on common methodology on accessible tourism

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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D 3.2.2 Report of competence needs and training programmes

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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D 3.3.1 Memorandum proposal on the local governance for the improvement of the accessible tourism

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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D 3.4.1 Train the trainer activities

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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D 3.4.2 Pilot training tools

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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D 3.4.4 Cross Border Joint Visit Studies

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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D 4.1.1. Report on assessment and detailed planning of the intervention aimed at improving the accessibility of cultural and natural heritage of the touristic destinations

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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D 4.1.2 Guidelines for the accessibility of campsite

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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D 4.2.1 Interventions to improve access to cultural and/or naturalistic sites/paths to facilitate the visit of people with motor or sensory-sensory disabilities with the adoption of equipment for the abatement of Barriers and/or for tourist assistance and information

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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D 4.3.1 Interventions with the development of specific services for improving accessible tourism

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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D 4.4.1  Detailed Evaluation Plan with clear terms of reference, initial benchmark of performance measures and a delivery profile

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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D 4.4.2 Evaluation report based on 12 local experimentation

PUBLISHED ON 10/05/2022
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D 4.4.4 Document of recommendations for policy makers and / or sector operators

PUBLISHED ON 30/03/2022
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D 5.1.1 Strategic marketing plan of the crossborder network of the accessible destinations

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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D 5.1.2 Promotional tourist Catalog of the crossborder network of the accessible destinations with a common branding image of all the touristic locations where the PPs have improved accessibility_ENG

PUBLISHED ON 30/03/2022
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D 5.1.2 Promotional tourist Catalog of the crossborder network of the accessible destinations with a common branding image of all the touristic locations where the PPs have improved accessibility_CRO

PUBLISHED ON 30/03/2022
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D 5.1.2 Promotional tourist Catalog of the crossborder network of the accessible destinations with a common branding image of all the touristic locations where the PPs have improved accessibility_ITA

PUBLISHED ON 30/03/2022
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D 5.2.1 B2B events

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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D 5.2.3 Web/social marketing campaign of the Catalogue of the crossborder network of the accessible tourism destinations

PUBLISHED ON 06/05/2022
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VIDEO

What is TOURISM4ALL project all about?

Mr. Sorrentino Fatica, Project Manager of the Molise Region, will explain you .....

Tourism4all Project - Roberto Vitali - CEO – Village for all
Tourism4all Project - Tina Biluš - President of Tourist guide Association in Šibenik
Tourism4All - Visita esperienziale a Padova - Roberto Vitali – Ceo – Village for all
Tourism4all Project - Mr. Sorrentino Fatica - Project Manager of the Molise Region
Tourism4all project - Accessible Tourism - Veneto Region

Thanks to T4A  Veneto Region has improved through equipment the accessibility of 8 beaches along the Venetian coast in Rosolina Mare, Sottomarina, Lido di Venezia, Jesolo, Caorle, Eraclea, Bibione, Cavallino.

D 4.4.3 Video about the results of the interventions - Veneto Region
D 4.4.3 Video about the results of the interventions - City of Zadar

As part of the Tourism4All project, the City of Zadar has set up signalization and interpretation on the medieval city walls of Zadar, thus improving one of the most recognizable and attractive tourist locations by encouraging social inclusion of individuals with disabilities (visually and physically impaired, elderly).

D 4.4.3 Video about the results of the interventions - Croatian Camping Union
D 4.4.3 Video about the results of the interventions - Delta 2000
D 4.4.3 Video about the results of the interventions - Šibenik Tourist Board
D 4.4.3 VIDEO ABOUT THE RESULTS OF THE INTERVENTIONS - RERA S.D.
D 4.4.3 VIDEO ABOUT THE RESULTS OF THE INTERVENTIONS - CONCENTRO
D 4.4.3 VIDEO ABOUT THE RESULTS OF THE INTERVENTIONS - CITY OF BUJE
D 2.4.1 1st Crossborder seminar on accessible tourism - Ante Galić, representative of Zadar Tourist Board

Online seminar Crossborder Challenges – Tourism4All (29th of September 2020) In the past few months, the whole world was struck by the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic which left a huge and significant mark on the tourism industry. The goal of the seminar Crossborder Challenges – Tourism4All, organized by the City of Zadar, was to research and get knowledge of different ways in which various tourism sectors adapted to the new situation, what challenges they faced, what did they learn and what kind of future can we expect. Through presentations of experienced and recognized speakers, panel discussion and open dialog the idea was to get answers to listed questions, and offer ideas and solutions which will enable better functioning, adaptation and accessibility of tourism.

D 2.4.1 1st Crossborder seminar on accessible tourism - Josip Milković, representative of the Association for the Blind of Zadar County (1)

Online seminar Crossborder Challenges – Tourism4All

D 2.4.1 1st Crossborder seminar on accessible tourism - Josip Milković, representative of the Association for the Blind of Zadar County (2)

Online seminar Crossborder Challenges – Tourism4All

D 2.4.1 1st Crossborder seminar on accessible tourism - Rebeka V Pevec, director of Zadar International Port Operations (1)

Online seminar Crossborder Challenges – Tourism4All

D 2.4.1 1st Crossborder seminar on accessible tourism - Rebeka V Pevec, director of Zadar International Port Operations (2)

Online seminar Crossborder Challenges – Tourism4All

D 2.4.1 1st Crossborder seminar on accessible tourism - Ana First, sales director of Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa ladera

Online seminar Crossborder Challenges – Tourism4All

D 2.4.1 2nd Crossborder seminar on accessible tourism

Experts, stakeholders and partners participating in the seminar bring a comprehensive insight into the accessible tourism market and the specifics of its promotional approach, in order to reach potential tourists from various market segments, with an emphasis on the accessible tourism market and the development of a transnational network of tourist services and destinations. The understanding of the needs of people with disabilities, as well as the definition of various promotional activities is especially important now, when world’s paradigms have changed in a significant manner, due to the pandemic which had a major impact on the tourism industry. During the seminar, panelists presented their own experiences, best practices and guidelines for the accessibility of tourist facilities, which will be useful for the start-up, development and fine-tuning of future activities in this field. The seminar should incentivize the exchange of experiences and encourage an open dialog among all participants, in order to propose some new ideas and solutions, which should give an additional boost to the development of accessible tourism.

D 3.4.1 "Train the trainer" activity in - Emanuela Storani, Consuelo Agnesi
D 3.4.1 "Train the trainer" activity in Ancona - Debora Coradazzi, Elisabetta Schiavone
D 3.4.1 "Train the trainer" activity in Ancona - Interview with Daniele Pomes
TOURISM4ALL - B2B event
D 5.2.1 B2B event - Split

Business event gathered project partners from Italy and Croatia and tour - operators with a focus on accessible tourism from several countries: Croatia, Italy, Germany, Poland and others.

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