• European Commission


The most innovative aspects of the project is to address in an indirect way the difficulties and obstacles that people with some form of disability face in their day to day. Instead of adressing directly and individually the current challenges faced by people with disabilities, this project intends to take a step backwards and take into account the principles of D4ALL when designing the environments and services of the society of the future.

To do this, these challenges will be adressed from the root, focusing attention on the agents that will intervene in the design of the future, the students at the University.

Another innovative aspect of this project is to analyse together the Arch. and Civil Eng. university degrees programmes being the ones most directly related with the constructed environment.

The transnational dimension of the project is the key to be able to analyse the different modules taught in each of the Arch. and Civil Eng. university degrees within the different countries, in order to identify those that may have a closer link with the fundamental principles of the D4ALL or with the inclusion of people with disabilities in society.