Researcher Blanca Arias-Badia (TraDiLex, UPF) organises an open session to debate and reflect on accessibility in university spaces in the framework of the UNIVAC project. Registration is open and the event will be held on 30 November at the UPF. 

University spaces still have work to do when it comes to accessibility and inclusion. Blanca Arias-Badia (TraDiLex, UPF), researcher from the AccessCat Network, leads the UNIVAC project, which tackles these challenges.  

In this setting, UNIVAC organises “How can we make a more accessible university?”, an open debate and reflection session that urges members of the university community, from students to employees, to participate and share their ideas and observations. The debate will be held on 30 November, from 18:00 to 19:30 h, at the Sala Aranyó (55.S200) at the Pompeu Fabra University (Carrer Roc Boronat, 138 – Barcelona). If you would like to attend, sign up using the registration form.

As for accessibility, there will be live subtitling and Catalan Sign Language interpreting services. The event is open to the public. This activity has the support of the AccessCat Network (2021XARDI00007).

A drawing of young adults walking, seen from behind, with a cane, across a university campus.



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