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With the Kick-off Meeting of the e-Parks project, coordinated by the University of Foggia-department of Economics and funded by the 2014/2020 Greece-Italy Territorial Cooperation Program, the project will improve the accessibility of the Gargano National Park and of the Kyllini Park in Greece. The creation of access routes for the disabled, the introduction of technological innovations and decision-making systems.
The workshop “Diversity and accessibility of Protected Natural Areas” is scheduled for December 3 and 4 in Monte S. Angelo (9.00 am), at the headquarters of the Gargano National Park. During the meeting, the Quality Label for the improvement of accessibility to cultural and administrative tourism services for people with disabilities will be presented by the University of Foggia. Focus also on the topic of Design for All and on accessibility problems in software design with the presentation of IT solutions for access to Parks and Protected Natural areas. In conclusion, will be illustrated the pilot cases for the improvement of the accessibility of Gargano National Park.
The E-Parks project has as its final objective the creation of an accessible Tourism Label for companies, public administrations and entities operating in the sector. On the next April 9, at 9.00 am, the first operational workshop will be held at the Council Hall of the Palazzo Ateneo aiming at identifying the name to be given to the Label and the principles of the Technical Disciplinary.
Gargano and Peloponnese increase the accessibility through ‘E-Parks’. On the occasion of the World Disability Day, the Gargano National Park will host an international workshop on the theme: “Diversity and accessibility of Protected Natural Areas and Parks: the opportunities of the ” E-Parks “method.” The meeting, which will take place on Tuesday 3 December at 9.00 am at the headquarters of Monte Sant’Angelo, will be followed by a guided visit to the wooden walkway of Isola Varano.