Welcome to INCLUDE+, a network dedicated to exploring and fostering social and digital environments where everyone can thrive. From 2022 to 2027, this five-year program aims to build a robust knowledge community addressing inequalities in digital society.


Our research and community practice spans algorithmic social justice, responsible and inclusive digital innovation, digital civics, and health. We strive to understand how wellbeing, precarity, and civic culture interplay with broader structural inequalities and how these are experienced and navigated by various communities.


IN+ ART: “am AI in pain?” workshop

In our IN+ART INTERATIONS workshop with Space 2, we delved into the intricate web of pain, technology, and the potential influence of AI. Our focus? Unravelling the layers of pain co-construction, assessment, and management in the digital age. The workshop was guided by Dr Alicja Pawluczuk (HYSTERA from the INCLUDE+ Network.

IN+ ART iterations

IN+ ART Iterations, an art program led by the INLCUDE+ Network, ventures into the uncharted territory of digital equity and the implications of INCLUDE+ Principles. Our initiative seeks to co-examine what digital equity means for artists and the communities they engage with. Using community-centered approaches, we want to encourage experimental practice, and to embrace the … Read more

Emerging Technologies

Lead Investigator: Matt Jones The pandemic has opened up the possibility of imagining and building a future that takes different core values and practices as central and works in very different ways. The question of how environments can and should be built, shaped and sustained in ways that enable all people to thrive, needs to … Read more

Funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
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INCLUDE+ is a collaboration between
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