Blindspot implements another article according to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. With our inclusive housing project, young people with and without disabilities live together on equal footing in an urban space. Participation and self-determination are at the centre of this - co-creation, co-decision making and co-responsibility - so that inclusion is lived as a matter of fact in all structures of society.
Young people with and without disabilities can live together in the urban space as equals. The project enables young people with disabilities to live inclusively and to participate in a social life. By living together, the self-determination of people with disabilities is promoted, based on the principle of normalisation.
The tenants have access to a 4-room flats in Bern's Lorraine and 5.5-room flat in the Ostring district. The flats have good connections to public transport as well as numerous opportunities for participation in social activities.