Diversity and Inclusion

How people with disabilities are shaping urban design

Learning from the experiences of people with disabilities can lead to improved urban safety. Image: Unsplash/Charles Deluvio

Claire Edwards

Lecturer in Social Policy and Director of ISS21, Institute for Social Science in the 21st Century, University College Cork

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