signs on the shoreline and wheelchairs half-sunken
Due to numerous complaints of people with disabilities, Access Israel initiated and launched a campaign dedicated to promoting awareness to beach access. The highlight of its activity took place on August 24th in several beaches.
huge signs were set on the shoreline, displaying images of people with disabilities sitting in their wheelchairs under the title "I couldn't get here, so I sent a photo"
UN diplomats had experienced feast of senses, hosted by Access Israel
Israeli ambassador and deputy permanent representative David Roet, initiated a feast of senses as part of ...
Access Israel's delegation participates in the United Nations' "ENABLE" conference.
The delegation left Israel early this week (June 7th) in order to represent Access Israel at the UN's ...
Some 600 participants attended the third Access Israel convention which focused on Innovation
The convention was held on May 28th at the Avenue Convention Center, in the Airport City. The event ...
Access Israel - promotional video
Access Israel was established in 1999 and has been working vigorously ever since to promote ...
Thousands of visitors showed up at the "Feeling Accessibility" happening held by Access Israel (1.5) and the paralympic council at the Tel-Aviv port.
The idea behind this ceremonious event was to increase awareness and empathy towards persons with ...
Launching an accessible picnic area
Access Israel has many projects to promote accessibility and awareness in Israel
trying to cut a steak using elbow grease(Tal Zohar
Disability rights NGO Access Israel and Hilton Queeb of Sheba have partnered up to offer an experience ...
Dozens of wheelchairs occupy parking spots
view one of the most important social projects last seen promoting handicapped parking spots and disabled ...
Frequently Asked Questions
We have made, and will update, a Frequently Asked Questions page for any tourists planning to visit ...
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