Why designing for disability is being ‘human’, not ‘humane’
Sarvnaz Taherian

Proud of you Sarvi. From the time that I’ve been in Australia, One of the main things that I always think about was how people with disability can move easily in the streets comparing to Iran. Terrible urban designing, terrible narrow streets and lots of pedestrian bridges over them. I wanted to write something about that from my point of view but I was stupidly lazy. unfortunately in Iran there are not even the second citizens, I feel that they are totally forgotten. So proud of you and so happy to read this from you. That makes me more serious to do what I wanted.

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