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JUSTICE aims to combine accessibility modelling with qualitative approaches to properly consider those inequalities in an inclusive city strategy. The project focuses on four specific audiences suffering from accessibility gaps: disabled, blind- and visually impaired, elderly and socially underprivileged people. A participative approach involving stakeholders as well as NGO representatives will ensure the setting up of inclusive city policies.
Contact: Alexis Conesa, LIVE, University of Strasbourg
Budget: €1.096.557; Funding from EraNet call = €857.673
Partners: Collectif Accessibilité Wallonie Bruxelles – STIB, MIVB Laboratoire Image – Ville – Environnement, UMR CNRS 7362 – Konya Metropolitan Municipality – UC Louvain, CREAT – Université Libre de Bruxelles, IGEAT – Unité de Recheeche Sport et Sciences Sociales – Necmetin Erbakan Universitesi