The II National Universal Accessibility Plan is now public

7 February, 2024


The II National Plan for Universal Accessibility is now available on the website of the Royal Board of Trustees.

This Plan was born with the aim of generating and strengthening the culture of accessibility within the General Administration of the State, so that services and public spaces are accessible to all citizens without exceptions.

The Ministry of Social Rights and Agenda 2030 presents the II National Universal Accessibility Plan. Spain Accessible Country, the roadmap that will guide the Spanish State in this matter over the coming years, to achieve the mandates of the International Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

This Plan provides continuity to a political and budgetary commitment derived from the Transformation, Recovery and Resilience Plan, to make Europe more social, inclusive and accessible. And that has allowed us to allocate almost 200 million euros to transform our landscape, so that it is more practicable for all people without exceptions.

These funds have been allocated to comply with the Law, to repair and expand rights, in key areas such as access to public services, housing, education, health or culture.

Extensive information by consulting the II National Accessibility Plan.