Cities For All


CITIES FOR ALL: No One Left Behind (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

More than 500 participants from around the world, including 60 deaf, blind, and wheelchair users, formed a huge accessibility message calling for inclusion of people with disabilities in all city planning. They created the shape of the international sign for "I love you", the international accessibility symbol, the first ever large scale human braille spelling out Inclusion, and Cities for All (the theme of the World Urban Forum 9).
The event was produced by World Enabled and DIAUD (Disability Inclusive and Accessible Urban Development) in collaboration with artist John Quigley of Spectra Q.

Cities for All - Aerial Art and Advocacy Project in Merdeka Square during the 9th World Urban Forum

World Enabled Aerial Art and Advocacy Project Panoramic View 774x1024

World Enabled Aerial Art and Advocacy Project (Panoramic View)


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