With, Not For (WnF) is an initiative by the Centre for Inclusive Design. Our CEO Dr Manisha Amin facilitates insightful conversations with the people working in and with communities both in Australia and globally to design a world that works for humans. Our guests are transforming the way we think about inclusion in design and how we learn from each other. This podcast explores what the world can look like when we design with, not for and the magic that happens when we do.
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What does racism in the workplace look like and what is it’s cost to the economy? And more importantly, what can we do about it?
A conversation around the intersection of comedy and disability, challenging the norm and creating a safe space for everyone.
Different environments make us feel different things. In this episode, we explore the effects of the built environment when designing for people’s health and wellbeing.
A conversation about what allyship means and practical steps we can all take to become a better ally.
What does dignity mean? Our guests this week lead a The Dignity Project and talk about their work to uncover the meaning of dignity for people with disabilities or impairments
What would Australia look like today if we looked to our past Indigenous history and teachings to design our present and our future?
We look at a history of discrimination for the LGBTQIA+ community and busting binaries for inclusion and representation in media and work.
Users have biases and so do we. We explore how design and strategy can help keep them at bay (or use them for good).
We chat about inclusion for women in male dominated industries, designing for disability and designing building for rockstars.