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20 September 2017

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World toilet day is a day once a year when everyone all over the world are talking about toilets. This is also a good day for everyone all over the world, whatever part of the world that you are in, to help promote Changing Places toilets to go international.

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 Its World Toilet Day next Wednesday 19th November.
World Toilet Day focuses on the importance of sanitation and aims to raise awareness about the 2.6 billion people (nearly half the world's population) who don't have access to toilets and proper sanitation.

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Next year will see the Rugby World cup come to the UK. As such, the Changing Places Consortium are currently campaigning for Changing Places toilets to be installed at all Rugby World Cup venues. We are delighted that three of the venues, Wembley, the Olympic stadium and the Brighton Community Stadium already have Changing Places installed, but the remaining 10 do not.

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RIBA Stirling Prize 2014: Liverpool's Everyman Theatre named winner
The rebuilt Everyman Theatre, the so-called “theatre of the people” in Liverpool that launched the careers of actors including Jonathan Pryce and Julie Walters, has won the most prestigious award in British architecture.

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We are delighted to celebrate our continuing partnership with Aveso now in it’s second year.
Leroy and Lloyd talk about the highlights of the partnership so far with Lucy and Wendy from Aveso and look forward to the coming year.
 

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After working to support the development of the Changing Places campaign in Australia over the past three years, we are delighted to announce that the Victoria Coalition Government is investing $750,000 to build six Changing Places in popular public spaces and to provide a mobile facility to give people with a disability greater independence and to better support their families and carers.

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It is always a great moment when we register a new Changing Places in the UK. We hope to reach the 700 mark later in the year and each facility is a testament to the hard work of the Changing Places campaigners, their family and friends.

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Changing Places campaigners Samantha Buck and Natalie Gazey attended the ‘Care in the High Street’ initiative launch at No. 10 Downing Street in June.

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As visitors to our website will know we have a page dedicated to venues which provide adult changing facilities with some of the features of a Changing Places toilet – but not all the requirements.
 

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Campaigning for Changing Places toilets at transport hubs is one of the key areas of campaigning that we undertake as a consortium with the help of our local campaigners.

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