Inclusive Environmental Assessment Guide

Published on 05/10/2019




The design and décor of the physical spaces where people work contain signals about who does and who does not belong there. When we view these spaces through a diversity of perspectives, we can reveal features that signal exclusion to many people in subtle or overt ways — as well as opportunities where we can intentionally signal inclusion for a broad range of people.

This resource was developed to help identify both inclusive and exclusive characteristics of the physical environment (workplace, office, campus department, etc.) in order to make changes that increase the sense of belonging for a broader range of people.


  • Inclusive Environmental Assessment Guide (PDF | 1.33 MB)
  • Inclusive Environmental Assessment Guide Presentation (PPT | 2.33 MB)
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