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ACCESS - Advancing Capacity for Climate  and Environment Social Science

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Help is here to understand how accessible and inclusive your learning is


It will estimate how many people with different disabilities and access needs are potentially excluded if your learning content isn’t accessible. How many people? – Design Manual – Department for Education  


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How do you run a successful hybrid event?


Early in the planning for the Assembly, we decided we wanted to welcome in-person and online visitors. It was important for us to: Invite people from various disciplines and champion the benefits of collaboration and co-production. Be inclusive and offer equally enriching experiences and networking opportunities to those in the room and those sitting at […]


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Sharing ACCESS’s Guiding Principles with the Academy of Social Sciences member learned societies


In the meeting, the Guiding Principles and their development were outlined, highlighting the intersecting issues of how social scientists can undertake their research in an environmentally sustainable, inclusive and co-productive way. Recognising the work already ongoing through many learned societies, the session enabled members to share their experiences of working to improve their own practices […]


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How can our international research collaborations be more inclusive? An interview with Charles Ogunbode


Charles is an Assistant Professor in Applied Psychology and was a keynote speaker at this year’s ACCESS Summer School. He talked about how we need to look back to look forward, reflecting on how we can be more inclusive working with others. Charles’s 3 top tips Invest in building stronger relationships Think about the benefits […]


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Eye-opening and thought-provoking: This year’s ACCESS Summer School by George Warren 


The summer school kicked off with an interesting insight into the ACCESS project from the project directors, Patrick Devine-Wright and Birgitta Gatersleben. They outlined how we as environmental social scientists can have a valuable impact on research, training and policy. As a new Knowledge Exchange Fellow on the ACCESS Project, it was inspiring to see […]


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Sarah Golding, ACCESS Fellow was a runner up winner for C-DICE’s Unsung Hero EDI Champion Award



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