People with disabilities have the right to have access, under conditions of equality with others, to the physical environment, including technologies and services open to the public, in urban and rural environments.
For a person with reduced mobility, the lack of accessibility of the built environment limits participation in any kind of activity, reduces the chance of an independent life and increases the risk of isolation.
Thus, barriers are created that significantly affect access to:
WHERE ACCESSIBILITY IS NEEDED
Accessibility in public or private units
If you live in a block of flats and need a ramp at the entrance, it can only be built with the consent of the majority of the owners or the owners’ association. If the owners or the association do not give their consent, you can contact the National Council for Combating Discrimination (CNCD).
Notifications related to the lack of accessibility of the physical environment (ramps, access ways, etc.) can be made through the Dashboard application. It can be downloaded from Google Play store for Android system and AppStore for iOs/iPhone.
If you do not have access to the Internet, then you can submit complaints directly to the County Agency for Payments and Social Inspection where you belong with your domicile.
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