عنوان مقاله [English]
Basically, in most countries, disabled and veterans of their citizenship rights to exploit most of the urban facilities are largely in trouble, and because of the inadequate body structure and city management for these users, they are able to participate in many social activities. They are also deprived. While disabled access to buildings, urban equipment, transportation networks, recreation centers, tourism and other diverse physical structures of urbanism not only make use of their talents and forces, but also a kind of preventing disability. There are also new ones. The purpose of the present study is to measure how Zahedan's body is proportioned to the use of veterans and the disabled, and the hazards and failures of it. According to the research hypothesis of the public building-cities of Iranian cities, they are not proportionate to the lives of the disabled and the veterans. In order to test this hypothesis, while examining the history of trying to tailor cities to the needs of veterans and disabled in the world and Iran, urban rules and standards were provided to the disabled and veterans and the theoretical framework as a tool for measuring and comparison. In the next case, the status of the buildings of Zahedan was studied and compared and analyzed with scientific indicators. At the same time, the weighted set techniques were used for data analysis. The analytical results of this study show that Shahrzadan is not physically and managerially appropriate to the needs of the disabled and has risks to them. At the same time, the study contains guidelines for city planners and developers that actually include strategies for improving criteria and physical indicators, regulating laws and regulations, and managerial measures to tailor spaces for veterans and disabled. Although this research focuses on the city of Zahedan, the model and process of measuring and comparing it will be used as a relatively efficient tool to fit buildings in any other city of Iran or similar countries.