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Review Webinar - How low-income families can co-create innovations

Review Webinar - How low-income families can co-create innovations

Written by Barbara Hofleitner | Reviewed by Nina Peitler

Created on: 14 Apr 2021 | Updated on: 28 Apr 2021

News category: "News on Living Innovation"

Organized by Dialogik in collaboration with De Montfort University

Review the webinar How low-income families can co-create innovations from April 28th, 2021, and learn

  • How to reach families - even in times of lockdowns
  • Co-Creation and Design Thinking Methods for low-income families
  • How future innovation processes can be implemented with families

Meet the experts 

  • Catherine Flick is a Reader in Computing and Social Responsibility at De Montfort University and will talk about recruiting families from Leicester’s diverse neighbourhoods and engaging them through lockdown with art-based activities to enable them to co-create future home technologies through a “design thinking” approach with evaluation from cutting edge innovators.
  • Sheena Laursen is the Programme Manager at the Experimentarium in Hellerup, Denmark. Sheena will talk about the PULSE exhibition. The aim of PULSE was to create an innovative research-based science exhibition and community activities that motivate and support families to take action to develop and sustain healthy lifestyle. Therefore, the PULSE exhibition was co-created with families.

Scheduled after the presentations, an open discussion was facilitated by Rainer Kuhn and Sarah-Kristina Wist from Dialogik.

Contact: Sarah-Kristina Wist: wist@dialogik-expert.de

 

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