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La Repubblica, 8 January 2017

La Repubblica, 8 January 2017

Among the numerous cultural associations in Rome Radici stands out by enabling the access to the cultural heritage to everybody organizing accessible guided tours and tactile tours to people with visual impairment. Article of Arianna Di Cori

RadioRadio, January 2017

RadioRadio, January 2017

Radici not only gives their attention to sensibilty and accessible tours but also addresses a broader audience by organizing guided tours for adults and developing educational workshops and school projects for children and for teenagers.

RomaToday, 9 May 2016

RomaToday, 9 May 2016

Villa Chigi in Ariccia - an example for tactile tours for the visually impaired and Radici's close relationship with the territory and the museums in Rome and Latium. Video of Benedetta Michelangeli

School work alternation - An inclusive project

School work alternation - An inclusive project

Video made by the students of the Anneo Seneca Highschool on the occasion of the inclusive school work alternation project: Getting to know accessiblity. First steps to discover the cultural heritage of Rome by using the senses.

 

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