How accessible are Covid-19 Testingsites? (Virtual)
TELL US WHICH COVID-19 TESTING SITES ARE ACCESSIBLE
Global call to action: Help us map the accessibility of Covid-19 Testing Sites. Visit wheelmap.org/covid19
Sozialhelden e.V. and its project wheelmap.org are collaborating with the United Nations to help countries design and implement a disability-inclusive response and recovery plan for COVID-19.
You can help out by mapping and assessing the accessibility of COVID-19 testing sites for persons with disabilities. This will help countries to design and implement a disability-inclusive response and recovery plan for COVID-19.
How accessible are Covid-19 testing sites in your region?
If you don't have any information:
Can you google that for us? Or call them?
Provide all the information here: wheelmap.org/covid19
And please share this text on your social media:
How accessible are #COVID19 test sites for people with disabilities? The team @wheelmap and @sozialhelden is gathering #accessibility information on test sites around the world, and you can help out! More info at: https://wheelmap.org/corona
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Sozialhelden e.V.
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SOZIALHELDEN wants to make people aware of social problems, encourage them to see things from a different perspective and get them involved in making the world a little bit better place. We make individuals, institutions and businesses aware of the importance of considering people with disabilities as a target group for their products and services. Because in most cases people are not disabled by their wheelchair or visual impairment, but by barriers around them. Breaking down those barriers and creating accessibility is a human right, that not only benefits people with disabilities. With our expertise we help to identify problems, gain new perspectives and develop solutions.
SOZIALHELDEN (Social Heroes) is a German nonprofit organisation that has been developing creative projects which address social problems since 2004. The enthusiastic activists draw attention to important issues and offer practical solutions in a spirit of diversity, inclusion and fun. Combining innovative ideas with a sense of humor has proven to be a very successful mix: the Berlin-based team has won a slew of prestigious international and national prizes, including ones from Germany’s chancellor, Angela Merkel, and the former VP of the European Commission, Neelie Kroes. The organisation’s founder and chairman, Raúl Krauthausen, is an Ashoka-fellow and bearer of the Federal Order of Merit of Germany.