Bringing nations, cities and leaders to embrace human-centered environments, addressing human capability, neurodiversity, cognitive and experiential differences
Accessible ecosystems statement
At least 1 in 6 people living with one or more neurological conditions, 1 in 7 are neurodivergent, 1 in 4 adults — suffers from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year. All of these differences are connected to the spectrum of ability and comorbidity, sensibility, physical and tactile experiences, visual and color experiences, differences in the systems of learning, memorizing, systemizing, and empathizing.
These “invisible disabilities” lead to the biggest level of social exclusion, isolation and rejection across all conditions and states. Unemployment among those with autism is approximately 85%, severe mental health disorders – 68%-83%, Down syndrome – 43%. Social, economic and environmental parameters add even more criteria to this analysis that are distributed across different social layers, subgroups, communities.
How can we co-create nations, cities and ecosystems accordingly?
Explore the overview document.
Projects & Initiatives
On behalf of our allies, we've contributed to accessibility city and national projects, hackathons and challenges, working groups, ethics frameworks and policies, spaces, festivals and cultural projects to advance this mission further.
For the requests addressing national, city, and community projects, hackathons, challenges, programs, events, venues – kindly use the form on the right.