Accessibility

Accessibility is a policy priority in Sweden, aiming to enable people with disabilities to exercise their rights as citizens, and to fulfil their obligations

Accessibility

Buses are equipped for wheelchairs, public – as well as many private – buildings and websites are accessible to people with special needs, and crosswalks give audible signals for the blind. People with disabilities might also have the right to a personal assistant paid for by the government or the county. These are but a few of the measures taken to give people with disabilities in Sweden better access to society, work and nature.

Grev Turegatan

Accessibility

OFFICE

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Grev Turegatan 2
3th floor

Tel 08
info@

monday–tuesday 7:30-22
wednesday–friday 7:30–23
saturday 8–23, sunday 8–22

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12 träd om året är mer än inga träd alls.

FÖRETAGET DU BESÖKER ÅTERPLANTERAR TRÄD.

Eftersom vi är en del av problemet ska vi även vara en del av lösningen, därför planterar vi ett träd i månaden genom Stockholm C och Vi-skogen. När skogen växer renar den luften.

Vår vision är att bidra till att begränsa uppvärmningen till under 2 grader.

www.stockholmc.se

www.viskogen.se

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