Breda, Netherlands wins Europe’s 2019 Access City Award


Breda beat out 51 other cities other cities for this coveted award, such as Évreux, France, (which chose to focus on supporting invisible disabilities) and Gydnia, Poland, which was lauded for its efforts towards including people with intellectual disabilities. The Access City Award is an initiative of the EU’s Disability Strategy 2010-2020, the goal of which is a more inclusive Europe.

Breda’s public parks and stores are all accessible to those with disabilities, and accessible public transportation ensures everyone can get where they need to go. By promoting the award and Breda’s superlative efforts, the European Commission and the European Disability Forum hope to inspire cities across Europe to ramp up their accessibility efforts across the board.  

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