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    Accessible Events - a guide for organisers

    This Guide was developed by the Meetings and Events Industry of Australia (updated in 2013) in collaboration with the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission, is designed to help those responsible for organising events and to ensure they are accessible for people with disability. It includes section on the venue, promotional material, booking systems, information and the overall organisation of an event, be it an open air festival, large conference or community consultation.

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    Conference Accessibility Guidelines

    Comprehensive guidelines for making meetings and conferences more accessible. 

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    Planning Accessible Events

    This guide, developed by the Gosford City Council, is designed to assist event organisers ensure that everyone is able to attend and participate in their events.  It covers physical aspects of accessibility and outlines how the content of events can be more inclusive.