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Vol 7 No 2 (2022)

Cover image: Snake and Ladders, art work by Digby Webster and Nadia Odlum in Sydney. Picture by Alex Kess.
Cover image: Snake and Ladders, art work by Digby Webster and Nadia Odlum in Sydney. Picture by Alex Kess.

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Editors: Hannes Juhlin Lagrelius, Luisa Bravo
Guest Editor: Victor S. Pineda

Published: 2022-06-27
Editorial
Academic
  • Learning from Older Adults’ Use of Urban Parks in Hong Kong’s Low-income Areas
    9-28
    Caterina Villani, Kin Wai Michael Siu, Zi Yang
  • Getting on Track: Accessibility Policy and the Design of the Mumbai Metro
    29-40
    Sara Rotenberg, Irfan Nooruddin
  • Pedestrians with Disabilities and Town and City Streets: From Shared to Inclusive Space?
    41-62
    Anna Lawson, Ieva Eskytė, Maria Orchard, Dick Houtzager, Edwin Luitzen De Vos
  • Visions of a City for All
    63-78
    Lilian Müller, Stina Ericsson, Per-Olof Hedvall
  • Public Open Spaces: Enabling or Impeding Inclusive Evacuation during Disasters
    79-92
    Andrea Pacheco Barzallo, José Fariña, Eva Álvarez de Andrés
  • Co-creating Inclusive Public Spaces: Learnings from Four Global Case Studies on inclusive Cities
    93-116
    Mikaela Patrick, Iain McKinnon
  • Inclusive Rural Spaces in Architecture Education
    117-134
    Gabriel Fries-Briggs
  • “We should all feel welcome to the park”
    135-154
    Gus Wendel, Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, Claire Nelischer, Gibson Bastar
Non Academic / Case study
  • Te Pua Keith Park – Nau mai, Haere mai Let’s Play Together
    155-182
    Elise Copeland, Jennice Stringer, Vivian Naylor, Sue Rim Lee
  • Re-framing Built Environment Practice: Towards an Accessible City
    183-192
    Nicole Mechkaroff, Saumya Kaushik, Mary Ann Jackson
  • Understanding Inclusive Placemaking Processes through the Case of Klostergata56 in Norway
    193-204
    Ursula Sokolaj
  • The Accessibility Chain: a Challenge and an Opportunity for Cities and People with Disabilities
    205-222
    Alba Mestres Petit, Sergi Morera, Laura Trujjillo Parra, Meritxell Valladares
  • What Do the Students Want?
    223-234
    Vanesha Manuturi, Nina Asterina, Febpry Ghara Utama
  • On the Road Together
    235-242
    Claudia de Laaf
  • The Right to Play: Snakes and Ladders
    243-258
    Nadia Rene Odlum, Morwenna Collett
Viewpoint
  • Persons with Psychosocial Disabilities in Public Spaces: Welcomed or Shunned?
    259-268
    Elizabeth Nyabiage Ombati
  • Disability Inclusion and Accessibility in Zimbabwe
    269-278
    Edwin Ndhlovu, Nyunyutai Mudzingwa
Open Access Journal
ISSN 2206-9658