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DDW Talks: Designing Society

How can we use design to serve the needs of societies?

Value/Waarde by Nienke Hoogvliet at DDW21 — © Boudewijn Bollmann

Design has the power to tackle societal issues, create inclusive communities, advocate new cultural behaviours and promote wellbeing. Let's talk about how.

Designing Society

Design has the power to tackle societal issues, create inclusive communities, advocate new cultural behaviors and promote wellbeing. Through the lens of social and service design, we explore how systems and experiences can offer solutions to the needs of individuals, organizations and society at large.

Speakers: will be announced in September

Moderator: Kimberly Bradley | editor at nomad

Programme Tuesday 25 October:
16:30 | Doors open at Fifth, The Stage (NRE Terrein, Gasfabriek 5, Eindhoven)
17:00 | Start DDW Talk
19:00 | Stay for drinks and snacks at Fifth
20:00 | End programme

Good to know:
- The DDW Talks include drinks and appetizers
- The programme will be spoken in English

About the partners

• TBA

• nomad
nomad is a magazine that promotes issues concerning quality of life, sustainability and society by curating the ideas of a growing global creative community. Inspired by the forward-thinking approaches of creative visionaries, eco-pioneers, artists, authors, architects, entrepreneurs and designers worldwide, nomad magazine seeks out new perspectives to shape our local and global life towards a valuable future. In this sense, we are all nomads.

• Being
Being is an ambitious company developing sustainable real estate based on an end-user perspective while respecting the (natural) environment. Their goal is to create sustainable values in real estate. Being aims to elevate the quality of life and to create a socially inclusive and sustainable society.

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About Dutch Design Foundation

Dutch Design Foundation is the organisation behind Dutch Design Week.
Partners
Canal area, Fifth, NRE Terrein | Gasfabriek 5
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