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Knowledge Exchange

The Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design at the Royal College of Art engages in knowledge exchange with business, government, the non-profit sector and the design community.

Engagement takes place through education and events, publications and industrial collaborations. The Include biennial conference, student collaborations and the Challenge Workshops are some of the ways in which the Centre does this:

  • Include is an international network and a series of biennial conferences which aim to develop the theory and practice of inclusive design. It has a special focus on bringing academics and practitioners together. More...
  • University Collaborations: projects with design departments within universities focusing on teaching inclusive design though live briefs. More …
  • The international Challenge Workshops focus on inclusive design practice as a tool for innovation and is aimed at designers and business organisations. More…