On this page you will find knowledge and reflections on the value-based design concept of universal design, which is one of the keys to creating a more inclusive society.
It is important for several reasons: Denmark has committed to the Sustainable Development Goals and the overarching principle of Leave No One Behind. In 2009, Denmark also ratified the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, which is based on universal design and thus commits Denmark to ensuring that everyone, regardless of disability, can use buildings, facilities and other products.
It is partly based on this background and social contract that the Bevica Foundation has established the Universal Design Hub, which aims to disseminate and create new interdisciplinary knowledge about universal design in a Danish context.
All this knowledge about universal design can be found on this site.