Our advocacy is putting Inclusive Design on the map
At Centre for Inclusive Design we are committed to designing and delivering products and services, policies and experiences that are accessible and usable by as many people as possible.
We harness the experience of exclusion to inform and influence public opinion and policy. Our advocacy work is informed by collaboration with others in our sector and our direction relationships with edge users.
Our policy and advocacy priorities
Beyond our client facing work, Centre for Inclusive Design is committed to delivering projects we believe add value to the community, with a particular focus on edge communities. Our current priorities are:
As part of Centre for Inclusive Design's commitment to accessibility, we are the proud host of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) Australia - Eastern Region Chapter. The W3C is an international community where member organisations work with the public to develop Web Standards. Our goal as the Eastern Region Chapter is to provide a strong link to the W3C head office, connect members here in Australia and promote W3C standards.
Centre for Inclusive Design aims to positively inform and impact public policy to ensure it considers the full range of human diversity including ability, language, culture, gender, age and other forms of human difference. Our contributions are informed by our relationships with edge communities, our service experience and by collaboration with others in the sector. Centre for Inclusive Design's recent submissions to recent policy consultation processes include: