In Touch website launched, Frongia: ‘A showcase for our consortium’

The activities of the In Touch project continue. The initiative, aimed at supporting accessibility and inclusion for young people with disabilities, is today enriched by a new promotional tool, the project website, a “showcase – as recalled by Gabriele Frongia of the ABICI Association – for our consortium formed by no less than 6 international organisations”.

Study visit Tirana
Study visit in Tirana

Now, after concluding the study visit to Albania, where the participants had the opportunity to learn about the best national good practices for the inclusion of young disabled people, the project continues with the next initiatives that, recalls Frongia, “in addition to a national country survey on good practices for the inclusion of disabled people and the creation of a digital mapping of accessible services for disabled people in the 6 partner countries, foresees other international mobility: all united by the lowest common denominator of supporting the quality of the actions implemented by the consortium.

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