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La accesibilidad se trata de dar el mismo acceso a todos. Sin poder acceder a las instalaciones y servicios que se encuentran en la comunidad, las personas con discapacidad nunca estarán completamente incluidas.

Como se detalla en la Estrategia de Inclusión de la Discapacidad de las Naciones Unidas, ONU Ginebra se compromete a proporcionar servicios, espacios físicos e información accesibles e inclusivos a las personas con discapacidad. Junto con el entorno físico, los espacios digitales también deben diseñarse para que sean accesibles para todos. Este sitio web es parte de nuestro esfuerzo por promover la accesibilidad web en el sistema de las Naciones Unidas. Nuestro compromiso está de acuerdo con el Artículo 9 (g) de la Convención de las Naciones Unidas sobre los Derechos de las Personas con Discapacidad.

Entorno Físico y Servicios

Acceso

LLEGADA AL PALAIS DES NATIONS

Tenga en cuenta: Pregny Gate, que había sido la entrada principal para los visitantes de la ONU en Ginebra, estará cerrada por reformas desde septiembre de 2022 hasta mayo de 2023. Todos los visitantes deben acceder al Palais des Nations a través de la nueva Peace Gate, ubicada frente a la Place des Nations, cerca del callejón de las banderas. Lea nuestra página dedicada al acceso temporal al Palacio de las Naciones para obtener más información.

A las personas con discapacidad se les otorga automáticamente acceso prioritario al llegar a Peace Gate. También se les entrega un mapa del Palais que indica puertas accesibles, ascensores y baños.

Si los visitantes optan por conducir hasta el Palais, se han asignado plazas de aparcamiento prioritarias para personas con discapacidad.

Para conocer los horarios de apertura actuales de los servicios disponibles en el Palacio de las Naciones, consulte los horarios de funcionamiento de los servicios disponibles en esta página .

Palacio de las Naciones
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Leaving the Building

Pregny Gate – This gate is located uphill from most of the buildings. When you reach the Pregny Gate building, use the ramp on the left side to reach the exit gate. If you need assistance to exit, call Security on the intercom to open the gate. Please be aware that the gate will open towards you. 

Nations Gate – this route is flat, but please be aware that accessible routes from the E-building may be affected by building renovation works. 

Movilidad

ACCESIBILIDAD FÍSICA Y MOVILIDAD


ONU Ginebra está invirtiendo grandes esfuerzos para mejorar la accesibilidad física al Palacio de las Naciones para las personas con discapacidad. Se han implementado letreros mejorados que indican baños y ascensores accesibles en todas las instalaciones.

Actualmente, el Palacio de las Naciones está en proceso de renovación y la accesibilidad es más limitada.

Puertas Accesibles
Acceso abierto 7:00 am - 7:00 pm: Puertas C6 I E40 I H60

Aseos Accesibles
Puerta C6 | Planta baja, 1°, 2°, 3° y 4° piso
Puerta E40 | 1er, 3er y 6to piso

Estacionamiento prioritario
Para personas con discapacidad está disponible cerca de las puertas accesibles.

 

ACCESSIBLE ROUTES FROM THE PEACE GATE TO YOUR MEETING ROOM

Please note that due to ongoing renovation works at the Palais des Nations, the accessible entrance at A15 is not currently open to visitors. The entrances at Building E, Building H and Tempus remain accessible.

  1. After entering through Pregny Gate, continue straight. Cross the yellow pedestrian path.
  2. When you reach the sign marker that reads ‘E39-E40’, turn left.
  3. Follow the path down the hill until you reach the ‘A17’ sign marker.
  4. Turn right to cross the length of the car park and enter through door A15.
  5. Take the lift to level 3 and turn right upon exit.
  6. Follow the hallway and enter your destination room on the right.
  7. Room IV is beyond the Delegates’ Lounge, round the corner and at the end of the corridor leading to the left. 
  1. After entering through Pregny Gate, continue straight. Cross the yellow pedestrian path.
  2. When you reach the sign marker that reads ‘E39-E40’, turn left. Follow the path down the hill until you reach the ‘A17’ sign marker.
  3. Turn right to cross the length of the car park and enter through door A15.
  4. Take the lift to level 3 and turn left upon exit.
  5. Follow the hallway and enter your destination room on the left. 
  1. After entering through Pregny Gate, continue straight. Cross the yellow pedestrian path.
  2. When you reach the sign marker that reads ‘E39-E40’, turn left.
  3. Follow the path down the hill until you reach the ‘A17’ sign marker.
  4. Turn right to cross the length of the car park and enter through door A15.
  5. Take the lift to level 5. 
  1. After entering through Pregny Gate, continue straight. Cross the yellow pedestrian path.
  2. When you reach the sign marker that reads ‘E39-E40’, turn left.
  3. Follow the path down the hill, towards the left, following a sign marker that reads ‘E39 Guided Tours’.
  4. Once you reach the outside of the E-building, proceed left and pass two revolving doors.
  5. Enter through the next door on the left, which will be an automatic sliding door. You are entering on level 2.
  6. Proceed forward to the E46 elevator near the escalators. Push the elevator button at the very bottom labelled ‘pour descendre’.
  7. Go down one level to level 1.  

See a 360-degree panoramic view of Room 21 or a view of Room 22.

  1. After entering through Pregny Gate, continue straight. Cross the yellow pedestrian path.
  2. When you reach the sign marker that reads ‘E39-E40’, turn left.
  3. Follow the path down the hill, towards the left, following a sign marker that reads ‘E39 Guided Tours’.
  4. Once you reach the outside of the E-building, proceed left and pass two revolving doors.
  5. Enter through the next door on the left, which will be an automatic sliding door. You are entering on level 2.
  6. Proceed forward to the E46 elevator near the escalators. Push the elevator button at the very bottom labelled ‘pour descendre’.
  7. Go up one level to level 3. 

The below guide produced by OHCHR focuses on access to Room XX (the Human Rights and Alliance of Civilizations Room). In addition, the guide provides general useful information on accessibility at the Palais des Nations and within the city of Geneva on pages 27-37.

  1. These rooms are located beyond the C-building when entering through Pregny Gate.
  2. After entering Pregny Gate, continue straight. Cross the yellow pedestrian path.
  3. When you reach the sign marker that reads ‘E39-E40’, turn left.
  4. Follow the path down the hill until you reach the ‘A17’ sign marker.
  5. Turn right to cross the length of the car park and enter through door A15.
  6. Take the lift to level 3 and turn right upon exit.
  7. Follow the long hallway past the Delegates’ Lounge and then turn right. Lift C7 is on your right.
  8. Go down to Level 1 and turn right upon exit.
  9. The Council Chamber lobby is in front of you. The Council Chamber is on your left. For Rooms I and II, exit the lobby on the far side and follow the corridor leading to the left. Room II is on the right side of the corridor, and Room I is at the end. 

The glass doors giving access to the Assembly Hall are located directly opposite from Pregny Gate, immediately after entering and crossing the yellow pedestrian path.

If the glass doors are closed, then turn left and continue down the hill until reaching the ‘A17’ sign marker.

Turn right to cross the length of the car park and enter through door A15. Take the lift to level 3, which will bring you to the Assembly Hall. 

  1. After entering through Pregny Gate, continue straight. Cross the yellow pedestrian path.
  2. When you reach the sign marker that reads ‘E39-E40’, turn left.
  3. Follow the path down the hill until you reach the ‘A17’ sign marker.
  4. Turn right to cross the length of the car park and enter through door A15.
  5. The Concordia Rooms are located on this level. 

Guía de accesibilidad

Esta guía producida por el ACNUDH se centra en el acceso a la Sala XX (la Sala de los Derechos Humanos y la Alianza de Civilizaciones) en el Palacio de las Naciones. Además, la guía proporciona información general útil sobre accesibilidad en el Palacio de las Naciones y dentro de la ciudad de Ginebra en las páginas 27-37.

DECLARACIÓN DE ACCESIBILIDAD WEB EN GINEBRA DE LA ONU

El compromiso de ONU Ginebra de garantizar la accesibilidad de sus instalaciones, servicios y sitio web está de acuerdo con el Artículo 9 (g) de la Convención de las Naciones Unidas sobre los Derechos de las Personas con Discapacidad, y en apoyo de esa Convención.

Si encuentra barreras de accesibilidad en ungeneva.org, utilice el formulario de contacto . Intentamos constantemente mejorar nuestros servicios; Si tiene algún comentario sobre cómo podemos hacerlo mejor, háganoslo saber a través del formulario de comentarios a continuación.

Muchos documentos en este sitio web están publicados en formato DOCX y PDF. Es posible que estos formatos no sean totalmente accesibles, pero encontrar soluciones a este problema es una de nuestras principales prioridades.

Algunos enlaces en este sitio lo llevarán a otros sitios web dentro y fuera del sistema de la ONU; algunos de estos sitios aún no cumplen con las Directrices de Accesibilidad de la ONU.

Este sitio web ha sido probado con lectores de pantalla. Estamos trabajando para encontrar soluciones a los elementos de este sitio que no son compatibles con los lectores de pantalla.

Este sitio web se crea de acuerdo con las Pautas de accesibilidad de contenido web de la Iniciativa de accesibilidad web del World Wide Web Consortium ( http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20/ ) y las pautas de accesibilidad de las Naciones Unidas. https://www.un.org/en/webaccessibility/index.shtml

Si está interesado en cómo hacer que su sitio web sea más accesible, los recursos para mejorar la accesibilidad web están disponibles aquí https://www.un.org/en/webaccessibility/index.shtml

Esta declaración fue creada en abril de 2020.

Additional services

Wheelchairs

The Security and Safety Service has three wheelchairs that can be made available for visiting adults with reduced mobility. They are located at the Peace Gate, Pregny Gate and Door 40. Another two pediatric wheelchairs can be made available for visiting children with reduced mobility, one at Peace Gate and one at Pregny Gate. If a participant knows in advance that he or she will require a wheelchair, he/she can make a note when registering on Indico.UN and they will be booked for them in particular. The wheelchairs offered by the Security and Safety Service require someone to assist the individuals using them.

The Visitors Center has another two wheelchairs available. They can be booked through the Visitors Center.

Accesibilidad en Ginebra

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Transports Publics Genevois

TRANSPORTS PUBLICS GENEVOIS

Public transport in Geneva is accessible. Buses are equipped with low floors and access ramps, and you can easily use them to reach the United Nations.  

The nearest bus stop to the Peace Gate is Nations, located near the Broken Chair statue on the Place des Nations and the alleyway of flags. You can take a direct bus or tram to reach Nations on several different lines. This includes buses 5, 8, 11, 20, 22, 28, F, V and Z, as well as tram 15. 

  • More information on mobility

  • Routes and timetables

  • A smartphone application is also available for iOS and Android (download the “tpg” app). It contains a route planner that can help you select the right bus to take. You can also use this app to purchase tickets. 

  • Please note that you must purchase a ticket before boarding the bus. You can buy a ticket using the tpg app, or you can use the orange ticket vending machine at the bus stop. There is no way to purchase a ticket after you have boarded the bus. 

Travel to and within Geneva

TRAVEL TO AND WITHIN GENEVA

OHCHR has compiled a useful list of resources to make travel to and within Geneva easier.

 

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CONTACT US

Please share your questions and feedback to help us improve accessibility for all at UN Geneva. Please also contact us if you encounter accessibility barriers on www.ungeneva.org. We are consistently trying to improve our services; if you have any feedback on how we can do better, let us know.

If you are interested in how to make your website more accessible, resources for improving web accessibility are available here: https://www.un.org/en/webaccessibility/index.shtml

 

FEEDBACK SURVEY FOR MEETING PARTICIPANTS

If you attended a meeting or event at UN Geneva, please help us improve accessibility by completing a short survey. You can also scan the QR code below on your phone to access the survey.

QR code linking to the UN Geneva accessibility survey