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Accessible urban planning

 Type: Webinar
 Line of Knowledge: Environments
 Location: Online

What would our cities be like if they were designed with accessibility criteria, so that anyone could move around them without obstacles of any kind? We have so normalized barriers that perhaps it is a little difficult to imagine it.
The webinar we bring you to brings together a group of experts in the field, such as Nicole Mesén Sojo, Carlos Rodríguez Mahou from Ceapat-Imserso and our colleague from Matia Institute, Elisa Pozo Menéndez, to talk about the principles of universal accessibility, from an urban design perspective that takes into account all people and their diversity of circumstances and needs throughout life.
An appointment that will take place this Tuesday, April 23 at 4:30 pm in Spain (8:30 am in Costa Rica), and that is part of a series of five sessions organized within the framework of the cooperation project "Coslada-Tibás Ciudades que Cuidan" (Coslada-Tibás Cities that Care) and dedicated to Caring Urbanism".


Elisa Pozo Menéndez Researcher responsible for architectural design