The IPS project is investigating the problems caused by unequal access to city streets around the world and the ways law and governments respond to them. This issue is particularly important to disabled people, older people, children, parents and carers. Our aim is to raise public awareness and build solidarity, strengthen the rights of pedestrians, and make cities more inclusive. If you’d like to learn more, please see About the Project or check out our Project Films.
We’re currently looking for pedestrians in the United Kingdom (Leeds and Glasgow) and the United States (Atlanta and Syracuse) to share their experiences with us, please see About Getting Involved for more information.
We’re hiring! We have two exciting job opportunities for Dutch or Swahili-speaking research support officers. We are also seeking quotes from videographers in Scotland (Glasgow) and the United States (Syracuse, New York; Atlanta, Georgia). Please visit the Jobs page for more information.
Image of people's feet walking on a pavement with a road and traffic in the background
Image of a large vehicle parked partially on a narrow pavement and partially on a road with double yellow line markings
Image of a pavement with a crossing in the background and a number of concrete bollards restricting access
The Inclusive Public Space project is funded by the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (Advanced Grant Agreement No 787258)