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Want to participate in creating a more inclusive community?

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A woman with down syndrome working in a gardening greenhouse and smiling.

This mid-semester break, you can become a changemaker to help make strides towards a more accessible and inclusive society, and collect 25 credit points along the way!

Through Curtin’s Accessibility Challenge, you will join fellow students to explore how disability solutions can be a catalyst for innovation, and learn to view disability as an opportunity for creativity.

What’s involved?

The Challenge aims to foster innovation and creativity by bringing together individuals with intellectual disabilities, disability organisations in Western Australia, and staff and students from Curtin University. Through these interdisciplinary teams, you will tackle challenges identified by people with intellectual disability, resulting in innovative solutions that promote a more inclusive community.

When is the Challenge?

One week during the mid-semester break, beginning 8 July.

Where is the Challenge?

It will take place on the Perth Campus in the School of Design and the Built Environment (Building 418)

Who is eligible?

Eligibility for the program is dependent on your study plan and degree structure. This is a 25 credit point elective unit. The program is open to most undergraduate and postgraduate students from all course backgrounds. Selection for the program is based on a competitive expression of interest process.

If you meet the criteria and have space on your study plan for a 25 credit point elective unit, register your interest for the Accessibility Challenge and you will be contacted with more details soon!

Register your interest now

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