Applications open today for the Accessible Instruments Challenge: a virtual inclusive innovation programme aimed at making adapted musical instruments, assistive equipment and music technology more accessible and affordable for disabled people
Assistive technology is not a niche market but industry is failing to create affordable solutions at scale – or tap into the innovation opportunity. We want to do something about that.
From the side streets of São Paulo to the Olympic Stadium in Stratford, the transformative power of football is felt globally. And BT wants to bring the game to even
As we gear up for a new decade, we thought we’d take a minute to look back at what 2019 brought…
Over the past 12 weeks, nine organisations have been through OpenDoor: Plexal’s accelerator programme aimed at supporting solutions that can make work more inclusive.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year…but for lots of families in the UK, it’s also the most expensive.
Our member My Life My Say, the youth-led, non-partisan charity, brought the Common Futures Forum to Plexal to engage young people under the age of 30 in the big topics of our day.
Nana Badu is the founder of BADU Sports and BADU Community: organisations that are using the power of sport and community to change the story of countless young people in east London.
Dom Hyams is the communications director at Grid Smarter Cities and communications director at assist-Mi, an app that gives disabled people access to assistance when they’re the go.
Whether it’s the accessibility of the interview process or the opportunities for people from disadvantaged groups to gain on-the-job experience, there are countless ways work needs to become more inclusive.
We’re excited to reveal that Plexal, University College London (UCL) and Here East have today launched the East London Inclusive Enterprise Zone.
It’s tempting to cling to the idea that Britain is a meritocracy where the brightest minds and the hardest working are rewarded with the best jobs and opportunities, and that where you start in life doesn’t determine where you end up.