This article was originally published as a media release following Centre for Inclusive Design CEO, Dr Manisha Amins fronted the Disability Royal Commission.
Author: Claire Byrne
Ep 13: Women at work, with Sandra D’Souza
We chat about the representation and inclusion of women in business, particularly in top positions and how to encourage businesses to bridge the gender gap.
Ep 12: Debiasing pictures; Kate Rourke – Getty Images
While a picture can say more than words, it doesn’t always reflect the truth. In this podcast we speak to Kate Rourke, Asia-Pacific Head of Creative Insights for Getty Images about what Getty’s is doing to debias our view of…
Was I taught to be a good designer?
Centre for Inclusive Design team member Ashleigh Finn reflects on her time at University and asks, ‘was I taught to be a good designer?’.
Broadcast and social media communication in emergencies
With a slew of disasters unfolding in 2022, we’ve received enquiries about messages broadcast via television, print and online media. The following guide is a simple resource for people to communicate inclusively in times of emergency.
Workplace allyship, during pride month and beyond.
It’s June, which means it’s pride month for the LGBTQ2S+ community and their friends. But if you want to truly support your LGBTQ2S+ colleagues through allyship, it’s a year round commitment.
Transcript Hi, I’m Dwayne Fernandez, I am a double amputee, missing a few fingers on myright, when I say double amputee.I’ve got a bunch of different legs around here.This is one of my old feet.Um, but my day job is…
Hi, my name is Blake Lewicki and I suffer from dyslexia.It’s a reading and writing and spelling issue. So probably what would be my mismatch would probably be in schoolbeing with not being able to spell or write properly.Probably the…
Transcript So my name’s Elle I’m just currently finishinga degree in games development recently recently.Just wrote a report last semester aboutdiscrimination, like racism, sexism, and justdiscrimination in games.And then and then multi player games um specifically as well.And I guess…
Transcript I’m an l1 incomplete paraplegic. I live in Hobart Tasmania and I’ve been a manual wheelchair user since 2009.Ah, I had my injury, skydiving, as I camelevel with the Tasman Bridge here in Hobart.It acted as a windbreak, took the…