Diversity and Inclusion

Nike’s hands-free shoe is a step forward for inclusive clothing

Nike have designed a shoe to help people with disabilities. Image: Nike

Sean Fleming
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Clothing and footwear can be problematic for the one billion people in the world with a disability. Image: World Bank
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