How Accessibility Makes for a More Liveable City

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Pave the way for more inclusive and accessible cities with Julia Suh and Mark Tomkins

This panel turns ableist city-design on its head by challenging our current views of what makes a city more liveable. Speakers such as Julia Suh and Mark Tomkins will discuss how we can create safe, usable, and accessible spaces for those living with disabilities. The expert panellists will explore how prioritising accessibility through inclusive infrastructure will benefit all city-dwellers, able-bodied or not.


By: Fatima Olumee



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