Sex workers have a deep understanding of their needs but development partnerships tend to prioritise scientific knowledge.
A toolkit for inclusive entrepreneurship education and training was developed with input from a 19-country panel of entrepreneurship educators.
Decades of activism have resulted in legislation and infrastructure to make cities more accessible, but the lived experiences of disabled residents shows there’s still a long way to go.
Listening to voices of racialized students in French immersion matters for creating more inclusive schooling.
Sports researchers learned that conservative political leanings among state legislators lead to biases against transgender athletes among voters.
The Xbox Adaptive Controller is designed to make gaming more inclusive, but Microsoft’s ban on third-party devices means some disabled gamers are still excluded.
The idea of the 15-minute city has become popular globally. But this approach relies on ableist assumptions and doesn’t reflect inclusive urban design.
Discrimination, a lack of accessibility and isolation still prevent persons with hearing loss from experiencing equity and inclusion at work.
First used in the 1970s, the social theory known as intersectionality triggered widespread debate on racial identifications and the interplay among categories.
Workplaces committed to diversity and inclusion need to ensure they don’t overlook the importance of addressing mental health concerns.
People with intellectual disability told us they often felt cut out of their own health appointments, as healthcare practitioners spoke to their support person or family instead of to them.
The disability royal commission was a once-in-a-lifetime chance to investigate the realities of life for disabled Australians. But it missed three critical areas in need or urgent reform.
Communities and employers miss out when they don’t embrace disabled employees. Companies must be supportive and proactive about including and accommodating people with disabilities.
In this podcast, Greens Senator and disability advocate Jordon Steele-John, who campaigned for the Royal Commission, joins The Conversation to give us his take on the report.
The disability royal commission recommended providers offer redress to people who experience harm while in their care. But reparations for past harms were not addressed.
The disability royal commission has heard from thousands of people with disability and their families. But the response must involve everyone.
Increasing entrepreneurship among women and racialized people calls for the development of more inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystems.
Many people with disabilities in Canada still face systemic barriers. Governments must take action to reduce inequities.
Establishing an inclusive and accommodating work environment for people with dyslexia can foster a diverse workforce and improve productivity, innovation and performance.
Diversity programs benefit schools and students in multiple ways, research shows.