It took me a while to stand up loud and proud about my ADHD. I was afraid of what ppl might think. Now? I am who I am and unapologetically me…
When we accept all humans are different, we spend less time trying to make them ‘fit in’, and design instead for our uniqueness.
Interview with Jenny McLaughlin Lead for Heathrow Airport Disability Network Jenny McLaughlin has worked within the airport industry for over 19 years. This began at East Midlands Airport as an Environment and Safeguarding Officer achieving ISO14001. The last 14 years… Read More ›
Atos Diversity & Inclusion Network Panel Webinar Caroline Casey, Founder of The Valuable 500 interviewed by Neil Miliken, Global Head of Accessibility Atos
Judy Heumann I was born in 1947. And in 1949, there was another polio epidemic and I had polio. When I was 5 years old, my mother took me to school to register me. And that was the first time… Read More ›
The Valuable 500: Over a Third of Companies Pledge to Accelerate Disability Inclusion in the Wake of COVID-19
LONDON, July 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, The Valuable 500 – the global movement working to get 500 of the world’s largest businesses to commit to placing disability inclusion on their business leadership agendas – recognises the 30th anniversary of Americans with Disabilities… Read More ›
This ignorance, this lack of information promotes negative stereotypes. Interview with Lorena Julio, human rights advocate and Co-Founder of Comparlante. Hosted by Antonio Santos, Debra Ruh and Neil Milliken. Lorena Julio is a human rights advocate with a Master in Compared Public… Read More ›
Technology in higher education can be both an aid and a challenge for students with disabilities. I
#AXSChat interview with Thea Kurdi, VP at DesignABLE Environments. From the human rights code to evidence-based design and increased marketability, Kurdi shares her passion for how accessibility is fundamental to successful architecture.