These links have been tested last time: 8.1.2016.
Art Beyond Sight Educational Resources
Art Beyond Sight
Educational Resources is a user-friendly web site that combines online
learning experiences with an extensive collection of teaching materials,
networking and community building tools. The site below handles touch
tours and other tactile experiences in connection to accessing works of
Artsline is the London arts information service for disabled people.
The Blind Readers' PageThe Blind Readers' Page website is a guide to sources of information in alternative formats (Braille, recorded cassettes, large print, e-texts, web audio) accessible by people with print disabilities - those with visual and physical handicaps, as well as dyslexia.
Compendium of Cultural Policies and Trends in Europe
of Cultural Policies and Trends in Europe is a web-based and
permanently updated information and monitoring system of national
cultural policies in Europe. It is a long term project which aims to
include all 50 member states co-operating within the context of the
European Cultural Convention.
The Danish Spinal Cord Injuries AssociationRYK - Rygmarvsskadede i Danmark - The Danish Spinal Cord Injuries Association. It maintains Tbasen, a database of accessible places.
Disability Arts International: Database of Artists and companies
This is a list of professional Deaf and disabled artists, or disabled-led companies, who are actively seeking international partners and opportunities. Each artist or company currently has work ready to tour or for exhibition. We are proud to list companies from all over the world. Search by art form, country, or by curated lists for a smaller selection of artists as selected by one of the named organisations or individuals. The list is maintained by British Council / Disability Arts International.
Esteetön.fi - Information and knowledge on accessibility in the built environment
Event calender of the members of Finland Festivals. You can search for festivals also by accessibility.
Finland for All
At the website of Suomi kaikille (Finland for All) you can search information about the accessibility of different activities and services.
God AdgangGod Adgang lists service providers, who have joined the Accessibility Label scheme.
HandspeakHandspeak. Website for visual languages, communication, cultures and arts.
At museot.fi database you can search for Finnish museums by name, location, subject, type of the museum, accessibility or by facilities.
Papunet is a website with information on speech disability and different means of communication: plain language and AAC methods (pictures, signs and bliss symbolics).