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Handy Events Guide

Monday 14 October 2019

Practical guide to organising outdoor events that are accessible to persons with reduced mobility

To welcome people with reduced mobility to events, visit.brussels has produced this guide in the form of a practical check-list, to be used for any events organised in a public space in the future. This handbook is aimed primarily at the key stakeholders in the events field, advertisers, organisers, events agencies and site managers and owners.

The Handy Events Guide is available for download free of charge via this link:

Handy Events Guide EN


“Tourism for everyone ” this is what ‘AMT CONCEPT’ is aiming for with the guide ” Handy.Brussels / Brussels for All “.  This site offers a diagnosis of accessiblity for the persons with reduced mobility. In 2017 brusselsforall.be changes in a ‘Web App’ adapted to all devices. New structure, better content and grafic interface, new 

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The guide

Brussels for all becomes Handy.Brussels to make Brussels even more handy and accessible to all. Users of Brussels For All will find back the structure they know in Handy.Brussels: THE GUIDE: is the heart of the site, TRANSPORT: useful pages to arrive in Brussels and to circulate there, PRACTICAL: valuable information about, tourism, associations, health, 

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Following pictos are used in this guide : Accessible Type I : the buildings are fully accessible; the ideal situation for an active life of autonomy. Parking accessible Accessible Accessible for mobility impaired pedestrians Facilities for the blind and visually impaired Facilities for the deaf and hearing impaired Accessible for a person with a mental 

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