Committed to being open to all, following the vision of its founder the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center has been designed to be fully accessible to persons with disabilities.
On the occasion of the International Day of Disabled Persons, Vangelis, Dimitra and Panagiotis take us on a tour of the SNFCC, and talk about the importance of equal participation, visibility and inclusion in cultural venues, as well as public spaces. Guided by them in this video, we are introduced to accessibility technologies and services in the built space and learn how these facilitate and enrich the visitor experience of wheelchair users and blind or visually impaired persons.
Our commitment, however, does not end with the design and construction of our facilities. Our goal, served through our services and programs, is to identify the new or different needs that emerge on a daily basis, to evolve, educate ourselves and ensure our staff are even better prepared, and to broaden the scope of our work, as much for our visitors and potential visitors as for the fostering of a culture of inclusion in our society.
Find out more about accessibility at the SNFCC: snfcc.org/en/accessibility
Accessibility services and technologies are provided thanks to an exclusive grant by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.
Our warmest thanks are due to the Association of Social Responsibility for Children and Youth, Σ.Κ.Ε.Π. – SKEP και "Με άλλα Μάτια", for their contribution to the video.