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Opportunity, diversity, and our Shadow Executive Board

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At the conclusion of Disability History Month, Stephen Jenkins, Rich Stanley, and Laurie Doyle reflect on the value of a key staff forum which encourages inclusivity and diversity, and which has provided each of them with a vital learning and development opportunity.

Accessibility: designing an inclusive and barrier-free user experience

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On the left, a minimalistic cartoon avatar of Christopher, a white man with messy brown hair, glasses, and a beard, wearing a bright pink hoodie. Centre, Portrait photo of Chris, a white male with not much cropped brown hair and beard, wearing a checked purple shirt. On the right, Anime style avatar of Zico, a dark skinned man with straight black hair crossing part of his face, and brown eyes, wearing a grey t-shirt and white hooded unzipped grey jacket. Not shown, lots of freckles.

Chris Jenkins, Zico Harris and Christopher J from the Defra Digital, Data and Technology Accessibility Team asked an artificially intelligent large language model a question around this topic. When it served up a generic blog, they decided to write their own instead.