By Anna Ellis • 05 December 2022 • 16:30
Bellver Castle to be lit in blue for the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Image: Dziewul/Shutterstock.com
Entities such as ONCE, ASPAS and the Federation of Adapted Sports have been involved in organising a Barridiada, a traffic education circuit by the Local Police and a concert by the Son Ferriol Band.
In addition the Department of Infrastructures and Accessibility has organised, together with entities such as the ASPAS Foundation and ONCE, different awareness-raising activities open to all citizens, in the Riera Park.
The head of the Infrastructures and Accessibility Department, Angelica Pastor, is calling for people to attend the event: “Universal accessibility implies a change of perspective and contributes to making Palma a more inclusive city. We are making an effort to make Palma a city without obstacles,” she confirmed.
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