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The Design for All concept

Design for All is design for human diversity, social inclusion and equality. This holistic and innovative approach constitutes a creative and ethical challenge for all planners, designers, entrepreneurs, administrators and political leaders.

Design for All aims to enable all people to have equal opportunities to participate in every aspect of society. To achieve this, the built environment, everyday objects, services, culture and information – in short, everything that is designed and made by people to be used by people – must be accessible, convenient for everyone in society to use and responsive to evolving human diversity.

The practice of Design for All makes conscious use of the analysis of human needs and aspirations and requires the involvement of end users at every stage in the design process.

From The EIDD Stockholm Declaration©, 2004

The EIDD Stockholm Declaration 2004

EIDD has functioned at the European level for more than ten years as platform for developing Design for All in theory and practice. At the EIDD AGM in 2004, which was hosted in Stockholm by EIDD Sweden, the first document was adopted at the international level describing the Design for All concept, its history and its significance for society today and in the future. The document was christened "The EIDD Stockholm Declaration" and has so far been translated into twelve European languages.

Download the Declaration to the right.

Publicerad: 23 oktober 2006

Uppdaterad: 26 mars 2008
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