Disability matters in Denmark

iHuman travel to Denmark to debate universal design

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iHuman’s Dan Goodley joined a panel of speakers - including disabled activists, architects and inclusive designers - and shared a keynote lecture at the Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagan on November 3rd). The event was hosted by Bevica Fonden and provided an opportunity for Dan to share ideas from a new project (coming in 2023) entitled ‘Disability Matters)’ - which argues that all disciplines across the human, social and natural sciences would benefit from foregrounding disability as the driving subject of inquiry.

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