Global Health

COVID-19 could make the world of work more inclusive. Especially for those who are neurodiverse

Margryt Fennema and Louis Zantema, co-founders of the virtual reality app Reducept, are seen working at the Dutch MedTech start-up office in Leeuwarden, Netherlands February 26, 2020. Picture taken February 26, 2020. REUTERS/Eva Plevier

The current practical demonstration of remote working at scale should become a real opportunity to rethink how we work. Image: REUTERS/Eva Plevier

Sean Gilroy
Head of Cognitive Design & BBC Neurodiversity Lead, BBC User Experience & Design
Leena Haque
Senior UX Designer, BBC
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