Access Association: Improving Access and Inclusion in the Built Environment – 5 October 2017

Date: 5 October 2017
Time: 1pm – 4pm
Location: Carrs Lane Conference Centre, Birmingham, B4 7SX
Cost: free

The Access Association invite you to a seminar on inclusive design and access for disabled people.

‘All too often, disabled people find their lives needlessly restricted by features of the built environment…  an unacceptable diminution of quality of life and equality.’

Building for Equality: Disability and the Built Environment 2017

This free seminar features:

  • Anna Lawson – Professor of Law at the University of Leeds and House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee Special Advisor on ‘Disability and Human Rights in the Built Environment: Recommendations of the House of Commons’ Women and Equalities Committee in Context’
  • Leena Haque and Sean Gilroy – BBC Neurodiversity Lead and BBC North Finance Business Partner on ‘Neurodiversity, hidden conditions and barriers to inclusion’
  • Rob Turpin – British Standards Institute on the Design for the Mind project
  • Luke Turner – Department for Communities and Local Government with a topical update on ‘Building Regulations and Inclusive Design’

Register for the seminar on Eventbrite.