Imagine a completely accessible city to all, without any architectural barrier. Does it seem utopian? Yet it may not be anymore: the little town of San Bellino (Rovigo) is making a name for itself for its ambitious and admirable plan to become the first Italian city with no architectural barriers.
San Bellino, with its mayor Aldo D’Achille in the forefront, is following a specific program to achieve its goal and the first concrete actions have already been performed among which the realization of an inclusive public park, with games certified for children both able-bodied and with disabilities.
In this journey, the #cittàvivibili Award takes on an important function. It is a competition set up to sensitize young people (but not only) to a careful reflection on the issues of disability and accessibility.
The key role is played by art, which arouses emotions in people and can transmit the value of inclusion.