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Building for Everyone series

Centre for Excellence in Universal Design in Ireland is a government agency which leads on Universal/Inclusive Design in Ireland. The website contains information supporting its principles of universal design including: "Building for Everyone: A Universal Design Approach" which provides comprehensive best practice guidance on how to design, build and manage...

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KIDS Guide: Choosing our words - the power of language

A brief guide to raise awareness about the importance of language. KIDS takes its lead on language from the disabled people's movement and works to the social model and this guide gives examples of the words and phrases which use language that promotes dignity and respect for individuals and supports...

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BS 7000-6:2005 Design management systems. Managing inclusive design. Guide

British Standard 7000-6 provides the guidelines for adoption of an inclusive approach to the design of products and services. It provides guidance at both organization and project levels for the manufacturing, process, service and construction industries, as well as the public and voluntary sectors. It is aimed at those in...

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BS 7000-1:2008 Design management systems. Guide to managing innovation

BS 7000-1 gives guidance on managing innovation, specifically the design and development of innovative and competitive products, services and processes. BS 7000-1 helps organizations to plan a significant time into the future: beyond the model currently under development. It applies to those working in manufacturing, process, service and construction industries...

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Poverty, place and inequality Why place-based approaches are key to tackling poverty and inequality

This report argues that ‘people-based’ approaches on their own are not enough to reduce poverty and inequality. The report sets out how better built environments and stronger place-based initiatives can support and promote employment, educational achievement, better health and improved social mobility.

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Inclusive Design: creating a user’s world

This teaching package consists of a DVD, which explores the nature of inclusive design processes by using live examples of architectural projects as a basis for discussion, and accompanying notes for tutors. The role and relationship of the architects, the client, the user advisors, access consultants, and other members of...

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Health and wellbeing impacts of environmental enhancement activities

This theory led systematic review aims to understand:
- What are the health and wellbeing impacts of taking part in environmental enhancement/conservation activities for different groups of people?
- How do these projects achieve these benefits?
- Are there particular impacts on different groups of people?
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Cycle BOOM Design for Lifelong Health and Wellbeing

Cycle BOOM was funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) under the UK Research Councils' Lifelong Health and Wellbeing Programme. The project ran for three-years from 2013 to 2016. The website inlcudes a series of Briefing Notes, videos documenting the cycle BOOM study and other outputs....

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Promoting Age FriendlyCycling Briefing Note for Health Promoters

Cycle BOOM was funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) under the UK Research Councils' Lifelong Health and Wellbeing Programme. The project ran for three-years from 2013 to 2016. The website inlcudes a series of Briefing Notes, videos documenting the cycle BOOM study and other outputs....

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