Inclusive environments in context - a higher education perspective
The NRAC is very pleased to announce our third speaker Pip Jackson, UCL Access and Inclusion Manager and President of the Access Association. Pip will talk about how UCL are taking inclusive environment work wider than disability to work towards a campus inclusive of all. She will share some of the recent changes that have been hugely welcomed by the UCL community as well as some of the projects that are in the pipeline. Much of the work can be applied to environments outside of higher education.
Pip is the final speaker to be announced, joining Jean Hewitt with an overview on the technical components of the proposed new PAS standard entitled Design for the Mind, Neurodiversity and the Built Environment, and Elspeth Grant with an update on fire safety.
£50 (including VAT) for NRAC members and supporters
£60 (including VAT) for non-members
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