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Reduced Mobility Rights

http://www.reducedmobility.eu/

Reduced Mobility Rights is the leading air travel advocate promoting access to air travel. We focus on raising public awareness on accessibility and access services available to passengers with special needs.

Reduced Mobility Rights is the only access-focused organization constantly assessing accessibility of airports across the European Union and beyond. We physically visit airports and audit access facilities and services.

People with Reduced Mobility, their carers and all those interested in this subject can meet and share their stories, get detailed information about their rights, find exclusive articles, and trigger investigations into cases of discrimination and humiliation pertaining to reduced mobility travelling.

The goals of this web site are to make sure service providers, public or private, comply with the laws safeguarding People with Reduced Mobility Rights; to expose those who violate the laws; to promote awareness among operators and the general public; ultimately to reiterate everybody's right to travel, irrespective of their condition.



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Founded in 2004, MS People UK is a non-profit website and discussion forum by and for people with Multiple Sclerosis as well as for friends, families, supporters and those interested in this disabling condition.

If you’re newly diagnosed or want to ask about possible first symptoms, or if you’ve had Relapse Remit, Secondary or Primary Progressive MS for some time, a welcoming group of fellow MS sufferers is here to chat with you about MS symptoms, diagnosis and treatments.

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