If you ticked accessibilty requirements while registering, you will receive an e-mail with the details or can access information in the ‘know before you go’ section on our dedicated event platform closer to the event’s date.
The Danish Accessibility Label is a national label in Denmark. The label system was developed to fit best practice for accessibility measures in both existing and new buildings.
The criteria cover demands from seven types of users. Wheelchair users, hand-, arm- and walking impaired, visual impaired, hearing impaired, asthma and allergy, cognitive/mental needs and people with reading difficulties.
CLICK HERE to access the Danish Accessibility Label site Godadgang (accessdenmark.com)
The website contains photos and information in fact sheets, so that you can make an informed decision and plan what is necessary for you before you decide to go to a venue.
For more information on accessibility at Convening EMEA, click here: https://www.pcma.org/convening-emea/accessibility/