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Design for social change — in community

Dreaming of designing a more just future? Don't do it alone. Let's work to make it a reality together.

Social change through knowledge transfer

We are the Inclusive Design Jam, a global community of practice and educational hub on inclusive design. We are social changemakers on a mission to make the access and use of products, services and experiences equal to all.

About Us
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Just getting started?

Understand the basics of inclusive design in our Starter Guide.

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Embark on a journey to social change with us

We envision a future where inclusion, equity and justice are built into products, services and environments by default.

Build up your skills and knowledge.

Initiate and deepen your inclusive design practice with our resources, courses, bootcamps and more.


Connect with fellow practitioners.

Meet with inclusive design practitioners from different disciplines, regions and industries.

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Discover and unpack new topics.

Join community jams and public events with special guests and community members.

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Upcoming events

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April 2023 Community Jam
Join us for part two on trauma-informed design practices and their connection to inclusive design, this time organized around small group discussions.

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We highly value working with changemakers and organizations across geographies, disciplines and industries. Have questions, ideas or suggestions on how we can partner to drive social change forward? We'd love to hear from you.

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