AccessAbilities Expo, to be held for the fourth time from November 10 to 12 at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC), is a platform that reflects the aspirations and expectations of over 50 million People with Disabilities who reside in the Middle East.
Built on the success of the previous three editions, this year’s Expo will provide even greater opportunities to explore the best and latest innovations and technologies from around the world that will enhance the lives of People with Determination.The Expo is strongly supported by UAE government bodies including the Ministry of Community Development, Dubai Health Authority (DHA), Dubai Municipality, Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), Dubai Police, Community Development Authority (CDA) Dubai, Dubai Customs, Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services and Zayed Higher Organisation.
The previous edition of the Expo had the participation of more than 8,000 people, along with over 250 exhibitors from 50 countries who brought the world’s latest robotic and assistive technologies which assist individuals with disabilities live life more independently. The Expo has grown in size and stature compared to its previous editions with the 2019 edition taking place over an area of 8,000 square metres and the participation of over 60 disability centres and support organisations from around the world.
Accessabilities Expo 2020 will feature a number of conferences and activities which will provide our attendees with maximum learning and networking opportunities.
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DATIS is the only international platform in the MENASA to highlight and discuss the legislations, policies and requirements of tourists with disabilities. It highlights the challenges they face while traveling in relation to infrastructure, transportation and communications and other equally important and socially-relevant issues. DATIS-2020 will be held from 10 to 11 November, with officials and government officials and international experts speaking out about the ground realities and ways to make all cities friendly for tourists of determination.
The Knowledge Hub in its three days run will see over 30 experts from the exhibiting companies and Special Needs Centers sharing their innovations with key buyers and participants and discussing vital topics dealing with empowerment, employment and technology and their role in supporting People with Disabilities.
Recreational activities like yoga, mixed martial Arts and Brain Dance for children with Special Needs will be featured at the exhibition.
The 800-square-metre Sports Arena celebrates the sporting talent, achievements and contributions of People of Determination, their families and well-wishers. The Arena will showcase how Adaptive Sports makes life better and happier for people suffering from a variety of physical and intellectual disabilities.
Halls 6 & 7
Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai