Keynote paper by Rob Imrie, Accessibility and urban mobility: towards participative research, EHESS Auditorium, 190 avenue de France 75013 Paris, May 2nd and 3rd, 2016.

Architecture, disability and ‘dissensus’: universal design as a process,’ invited lecture by Kim Kullman at the College of Environmental Design, University of California at Berkeley. April 8th 2016.

‘Rights and the relevance of universal design’, presentation by Rob Imrie at the workshop ‘Celebrating the ADA: 25 years on’, Public Programs Spring 2016 School of Architecture and Planning, University at Buffalo, Symposium, April 6th 2016.

‘Street furniture futures: redesigning the urban commons,’ poster presentation by Kim Kullman at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, March 30th 2016.

Inclusion by design and the significance of universal design principles and practices’, key note address by Rob Imrie, IDEaR Forum 2016, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL), Bangkok, January 15th, 2016.

‘Towards a catalogue of disruptions’, poster installation by Luna Glucksberg, Rob Imrie, and Kim Kullman, Include Conference, Helen Hamlyn, London, September 17th and 18th, 2015.

‘Socialising design and equitable living: towards an assessment of the relevance of universal design’, Rob Imrie gives a key note address at Universal Design Workshop, Brisbane, October 20th, 2015.

‘Emerging concepts in universal design’ invited presentation by Kim Kullman at City of Sydney Inclusion (Disability) Advisory Panel, Sydney Town Hall, October 14th 2015.

‘The role of access panels in facilitating universal design’, Rob Imrie and Kim Kullman present at the 2015 Association of Consultants in Access Australia (ACAA) National Conference and Trade Expo, October 9th, 2015.

Universal design: cautionary tales, Rob Imrie presents at the Design for Everyone Symposium Melbourne, Australia, 7 October 2015.

‘Reconfiguring the smart city and the role of responsive street design’, Kim Kullman and Rob Imrie present at the RGS/IBG, University of Exeter, September 3rd 2015.

‘Measuring, mending and managing inclusive design’, Kim Kullman presents at the European Sociological Association, Prague, August 26th, 2015.

Never Mind the Bollards: What are the major issues affecting the design of street and public spaces today? Kim Kullman presents at New London Architecture, June 26th 2015.

‘Good City Forms: Prototyping “Fitting Devices” in Urban Spaces’, Kim Kullman presents in the ‘Mobility and Morality’ session at the AAG Annual Conference, Chicago, April 21st 2015.

‘Travelling with professor Takahashi: universalising design by global comparisons,’ presentation by Kim Kullman at the Designing Mobilities workshop, London South Bank University, April 14th 2015.

Socialising Design: The contributions of the Universal Design movement, Rob Imrie gives a key note address at the Faculty of Architecture and Arts, Hasselt University, Belgium, March 18th, 2015.

Symposium Ecology of Care, Rob Imrie contributes to the workshop on caring, Copenhagen, Denmark, February 20th 2015.

Universal design, disability and the radicalisation of un/care, Rob Imrie presents at the workshop ‘The Radicalisation of Care: Practices, Politics and Infrastructures’, Open University of Catalonia, Barcelona, 19-20th November 2014.

Cultivating futures: placemaking and inclusive design. Charlotte Bates presents at Futures in Question, Goldsmiths, University of London, 11-12th September 2014.

Caring atmospheres and inclusive design. Charlotte Bates presents at the Royal Geographical Society/Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference in the session ‘Design as caring in an urban world’, London, 26-29th August 2014.

Universalism and universal design: theories, methods, practices, Rob Imrie presents at the Faculty of Design, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan, July 22nd 2014.

Simulating bodies: sensory ethics and pedagogies in design. Kim Kullman presents at a pre-congress event on the senses and society, in connection with the XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology, Yokohama, Japan, 13-19th July 2014.

Bodies-in-design: Universal Design and the impaired body in design practice. Rob Imrie presents at the ISA World Congress of Sociology, Yokohama, Japan, 13-19th July 2014.

Universal ablebodiment and the design of shared street scapes. Rob Imrie presents at the 6th Euro science Open Forum (ESOF2014) in Copenhagen, 22nd June 2014.

Mediating bodies: universal design methodology and post-phenomenology. Kim Kullman and Rob Imrie present at the Universal Design Conference 2014, Lund, Sweden, 16th June 2014.

Off the map? Disabling designs, impaired vision  and the illegible city. Rob Imrie outlines the ERC research at a seminar entitled, ‘Marginalised Bodies, Occupying Liminal Spaces’. It is part of the new directions in critical cartography seminar series, Living Maps, 13th May 2014.

Human (in) dignity and the challenges of universalising design. Keynote paper by Rob Imrie at the 7th Cambridge University Workshop on Inclusive Design and Assistive Technology, 27th March 2014.

Designing for Complete Streets: the interrelationships between vision-impairment and space sharing in cities. Rob Imrie presents at the Research Institute for the Built Environment, University of Reading, 28th November 2013.

Moving On: Accessible Transport – the past, present and the future. Coventry Transport Museum, Coventry University, Transport for All and Disability History Month, Kim Kullman and Rob Imrie present the ERC project, 23rd November 2013.

De-futuring design and crafting places for human habitation. Rob Imrie presents at the ESRC Seminar Series Home Space: public and private in new welfare settings, London, 4th October 2013.