Inclusion. Diversity. Equity. Accessibility.

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Location-Based Experience Industry.

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Equality

The assumption is that everyone benefits from the same supports. This is equal treatment.

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Equity

Everyone gets the supports they need thus producing equity.

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Justice

All four (4) can see the game without supports or accommodations because of the cause(s) of the inequity was addressed. The systemic barrier has been removed.

Core Terms

Inclusion

The practice or policy of providing equal access to opportunities and resources for people who might otherwise be excluded or marginalized. (Oxford Languages)

Diversity

The practice or quality of including or involving people from a range of different social and ethnic backgrounds and of different genders, sexual orientations, etc. (Oxford Languages)

Equity

The fair treatment, access, opportunity, and advancement for all people, while at the same time striving to identify and eliminate barriers that have prevented the full participation of some groups. (Independent Sector)

Accessibility

When a person with a disability is afforded the opportunity to acquire the same information, engage in the same interactions, and enjoy the same services as a person without a disability in an equally integrated and equally effective manner, with substantially equivalent ease of use. (Office of Civil Rights)

Systemic Barriers

Policies, practices or procedures that result in some people receiving unequal access or being excluded. (The Accessibility for Manitobans Act)

Marginalized Communities

Groups or communities that have been relegated to an unimportant or powerless position (i.e.: race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, religion, socioeconomic, age, gender identity, etc). (InHerSight)