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Germans refer to it as “Barrierefreiheit” and English-speakers tend to describe it as either “accessible” or “universal/inclusive design” (rather than barrier-free). Originally developed to promote the development of buildings, products and environments that are inherently accessible to people with disabilities, the whole idea of “accessible” has since broadened to also include older people and people without disabilities. The term is used to refer to everything from wheelchair ramps and buses that “kneel” …

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