Design Public III: Why We Focus on Trust, Participation and Innovation

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conocer gente joven online Design Public began as a conversation around the question of how design thinking and innovation can be used by organizations and actors outside the private sector, specifically government organizations and social sector agencies. As we enter this third edition of the Design Public Conclave, we see not only that our questions and deliberations have become so much more sophisticated, layered and granular, but also that there is a clear need to move beyond mere conversation, to the actual establishment of diverse consortia, partnerships and alliances that will bring this agenda to practical realization.

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Design!publiC Panel Discussion 2: Is Innovation in Public and Social Sectors Possible?

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