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INCLUSION & HiReach final virtual conference!


On 22 September, the INCLUSION and HiReach projects held their final virtual conference: Inclusive mobility for an inclusive society: new approaches and solutions - How can transport benefit us all?

Our very own Kristin Tovaas presented the key INCLUSION report “<link http: fileadmin user_upload documents deliverables inclusion_d3.4_publication_fin_web.pdf>How to make inclusive mobility a reality: 8 principles and tools for a fair(er) transport system”, which was recently released. Over 350 people registered for the event, which showcased the key outputs and tools that the two projects have developed over the past three years to help local authorities, the private sector and communities and the to make inclusive, equitable and accessible mobility a reality. The recording of the webinar and the presentations are now publicly available: <link https: external-link-new-window external link in new>Watch the webinar recording <link http: news-and-events final-conference external-link-new-window external link in new>Have a closer look at the presentations The INCLUSION & HiReach Final virtual conference was also organised in the framework of the <link https: mobilising-mobility>POLIS Mobilising Mobility webinar series, which has the purpose to widely disseminate EU-funded projects and initiatives and contribute to transforming research into local action and mobility policies. Within this series, you still have one more chance to learn more about INCLUSION’s findings, resources and tools: on 22 October from 14:00-15:00 CET, the final INCLUSION webinar “For a more inclusive, equitable and accessible mobility - The INCLUSION toolbox” will be held. Learn more and register for this event <link https: event mobilising-mobility-for-a-more-inclusive-equitable-and-accessible-mobility-the-inclusion-toolbox external-link-new-window external link in new>here.

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[1] INCLUSION D3.4 - How to make inclusive mobility a reality: 8 principles and tools for a fair(er) transport system