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“The Empathetic Museum represents the collective work of museum professionals dedicated to a more inclusive future for the museum industry. We value and advocate for diversity of thought and authentic integration of empathy in museum practice”.
“This colorful display was designed by participants and artists from Heart n Soul at The Hub, a research project led by autistic people and people with learning disabilities. There are design ideas and personal perspectives from the people who created them on display”.
Eqla is a Belgian association that acts daily with and for blind and visually impaired people. Since 1922 and thanks to various local services, Eqla promotes their inclusion in society by building with them solutions for autonomy and fulfillment: global and personalized support, training in new technologies, access to cultural and leisure activities…
Thanks to Access-i, the level of accessibility of a building, a site or an event can be evaluated based on the different needs of different audiences. Access-i delivers more than the white and blue wheelchair sign. Access-i translates the efforts of the infrastructure managers regarding accessibility and informs the persons with specific needs about how […]
“Passe Muraille is an actor of inclusion of disabled people in various degrees. Our actions are articulated around 4 axes: Training, Awareness, Communication and Research. Created in 1998, Passe Muraille is a facilitation and demystification organization, in a process of inclusion of the disabled person. Our training and awareness programs are custom-made and adapted […]
At the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Made to Measure offers guided tours, creative courses, workshops and themed activities tailored to specific audiences. In this way everyone has the opportunity to visit the museum in a personal and adapted way, regardless of disability, culture, language or any other restriction.