Co-Design for Policy Innovation

Free Public Lecture

Co-Design for Policy Innovation

Theatre Level 2
Kwong Lee Dow Building
234 Queensberry Street

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T: 8344 0472

lsanders@unimelb.edu.au

Co-design is an innovative approach to developing solutions for complex problems that holds great promise for policy-making. Current practitioners are experimenting with it to engage citizens, stakeholders and officials in policy innovation. However, they face many challenges and research is only just beginning to emerge to support evidence-based practice.

This public seminar will feature two leaders in the field who will share insights from their work applying human-centred and participatory design approaches in New Zealand. They will explore how collaborative and creative approaches to problem solving grounded in human empathy can complement the analytical rigour of traditional policy processes to deliver better public outcomes.

Presenters

  •  Alastair Child
    Alastair Child, Director
  •  Rebekah Forman
    Rebekah Forman, Principal Policy Analyst