The IPC stands for global disability inclusion, but it wanted to ensure it was practising what it preached.
Working in tandem with the IPC’s staff, we co-created the organisation’s inaugural Inclusion Strategy.
IPC now profoundly considers inclusion internally as well as externally. It works to ensure the experiences of its staff are aligned to its unique mission.
“As an organisation that aims to make for an inclusive world, it was important for the IPC to walk the talk and lead from the front before we encouraged others to follow suit. The Inclusion Strategy, developed with Included and colleagues from all levels of our business, has helped to not only guide our thinking but also our actions in all areas from recruitment through to procurement.
We are proud of what we have achieved so far but are under no illusions about what else we need to do as an organisation in the coming years.”
Craig Spence, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, IPC
University of Exeter Medical School
Working towards an inclusion strategy with The European Centre for Environment and Human Health, University of Exeter Medical School
In collaboration with Included, the Centre applied for and received short term D&I funding from the UK Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) to carry out the Reflections from a Centre of Environment and Human Health (REACH) Project.
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