UA HUB Timeline

2017

Universal Accessibility Hub Founded

We are guided by the universal principles of human dignity, equality, non-discrimination and social justice, and we endeavour to practice these values in all that we do.

Launch of Online Platform

Development and hosting of an inclusive website to advocate and promote inclusivity for persons with disability.

2018
June, 2018

Artscape Theatre endorsement

Endorsed by Marlene le Roux, disability activist, CEO of Artscape Theatre Centre

Women in Humanity Awareness Campaign

UA HUB participated in this campaign to call for change and celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities.

July, 2018
September, 2018

Sponsored runner-up to Miss Wheelchair World

UA HUB sponsored Lebohang Monyantsi, our Ambassador to Sri Lanka to attend the Massira inclusive fashion show in Sri Lanka as part of our #100 Mandela campaign.

Charles Glass Society Donation Received

The CHARLES GLASS SOCIETY has for the past 16 years supported local persons in need, while subscribing to the concept of realising dreams through fun, friendship and laughter. During this time we have helped realise over 280 dreams!

November 2019
October, 2020

#DisabilityAccess Campaign

This campaign encouraged photographers, travellers, tourism service providers and the general public to enter images and videos that promotes participation of people with disabilities for an inclusive experience.

Accessibility in Tourism Exhibition

This was part of a broader awareness campaign that focused on integration to achieve an accessible tourism industry to profile South Africa as a leading universal accessibility destination.

December, 2020
December,2020

Panel Discussion on Accessibility in Tourism

UA HUB hosted a panel discussion with former Minister of Tourism Derek Hannekom, CEO of Cape Town Tourism Enver Duminy, Russell Vollmer, Marlene le Roux, Shama Nathoo at the Artscape Theatre highlighting challenges accessibility in tourism faces and how we can work together to overcome them.

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