CAFE conference to celebrate access and inclusion within football ahead of EURO 2016
Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE) second international conference will bring together stakeholders from different areas of expertise to discuss best practice solutions to improve disabled supporters’ experience at match days ahead of the UEFA Euro 2016.
The conference, 'Total Football - Total Access', will be held on 30 and 31 October at the Stade de France in Paris, featuring presentations and panel sessions on a wide range of topics including access and inclusion at major events and the legacies these provide, employing disabled people within the game and improving access at match days.
Confirmed keynote speakers include CAFE Chairman David Bernstein, President of EURO 2016 SAS Jacques Lambert and President of the French Paralympic Committee and Euro 2016 Tricolore Ambassador to President Hollande Emmanuelle Assmann.
Delegates in attendance will include stadium design experts from across Europe including wilsonowensowens (2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games, Emirates Stadium, Croke Park), Populous (Wembley Stadium, Estadio da Luz, Stade des Lumieres), Goedefroo & Goedefroo (Regenboogstadion) and ESSMA.
For further information about the conference email or call CAFE (+44(0)20 8621 2405).
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