for Social Problems: Do It Yourself!
Finding Useful Questions
“Finding Useful Questions” is an annotated list of questions a lot of people would like answers to, but often don‘t get to ask for a variety of reasons. It is supposed to serve as an entry point to facilitate inclusive and accessible interactions, events, and everyday communications.
Learning about the types of information other people find helpful will aid you in uncovering hidden barriers. Keep in mind that depending on the scope of your project only a small part of it might apply to what you do. But one thing is for sure: You will learn something new while working with our materials, and it will help you learn more about your audience!
There are no “one size fits all” solutions to dealing with people's needs, but in this list we tried to provide a range of questions you could use as a starting point to consider your audience and how to make your space as welcoming as possible – to the biggest audience you can reach.
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