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We understand culture as a powerful tool for social transformation and cultural institutions as spaces from which to reflect on current society, negotiate new ways of living together and build stories that collect multiple identities.


Accessibility is broadly addressed; from the possibility or impossibility of access to cultural institutions and activities by different communities and/or different realities (functional diversity, digital divide, lack of resources, etc.).


  • We work for more humanized and accessible cultural institutions. We do this by building communities, developing programs for everyone, training professionals from cultural institutions (museums and libraries), building alliances, writing books, all with the support of partners and collaborators.

  • Since 2013, we have been pioneers in developing a social innovation program such as Empower Parents at the ICO Museum in Madrid, based on stable alliances between administrations, civil organizations and private entities.

  • Each program or collaboration initiated is one more step towards a more inclusive and accessible society.



At EMPOWER we develop our programs based on the principles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

  • Respect for the dignity of people; Individual autonomy, including the freedom to make one's own decisions; Nondiscrimination; Full and effective participation and inclusion in society; Respect for difference and acceptance of people with disabilities as part of human diversity and humanity. Equal opportunities; Accessibility; Equality between men and women; Respect for the evolution of the capacities of children with disabilities and respect for the right of children with disabilities to preserve their identity.

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