European Solidarity Project (dis)ABILITY TO ESCAPE

From September 2021 to February 2022, the Solidarity Project (dis)ABILITY TO ESCAPE took place in Tehnopark Celje, the purpose of which was to draw attention to the problem of not including individual groups of people in the daily activities of society. The project therefore focused on people with reduced mobility, young people, whom we wanted to encourage to participate in the project and we succeeded. The project itself involved two young persons with disabilities, who made sure that we always thought in terms of accessibility.

In the first part of the project, with the help of one of the trainers, who also faces reduced mobility, we designed an escape room that is accessible and adapted for people with disabilities.

In the second part of the project we prepared Facebook and Instagram posts to raise awareness about mobility impairments and problems faced by people with disabilities. The teambuilding activity created through the project, an escape room, was presented at the final event (dis)ABILITY TO ESCAPE, where we invited three associations whose members face mobility impairments - the Association of Students with Disabilities of Slovenia, the Association of Dystrophic Patients of Slovenia and the Institute Vozim.

In the last phase of the project, we expanded the information obtained from the local level to the European level, as we organized an online presentation of the project, where our two participants presented the entire project. The presentation was held in English and was viewed by the members of following organizations: Celje Youth Center, Youth Center Trbovlje, Youth Center Šentjur, Bugojno Youth Center from Bosnia and non-governmental organization Youtheme Foundation from Malta.

The project was funded by the European Union.

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