To Italy for the second in a series of events about helping communities across the continent learn how to reduce carbon emissions through social and behavioural change.
It’s the whole person that matters and the #YouGotThisConf had this message at its heart. Its delegates, speakers and audience were early career developers from the digital world in which we live. There are many problem solvers and creative people in the digital industries – are very often they are driven by powerful personal goals in the […]
Vietnam hadn’t hosted the Oxford Tropical Network annual conference in 18 years, so the organisers pulled out all the stops for a three day conference in Ho Chi Minh City last week. Tropical Disease is a huge problem in the developing world and Drawnalism has covered the subject previously for the Institute of Tropical Medicine […]
Social innovation strengthens the capacity of people to act together for common purpose. Since the global financial crisis of 2007/08 governments around the world have been very keen to grow the resilience of their societies using mutuality and collaboration. But how to consistently trigger the changes in behaviour to benefit society? Real world social enterprises […]
To Queen’s University Belfast for the Open Data Camp Unconference. We hope you enjoy the video and short photo essay below which gives some idea of the liveliness of this long running event, which is all about the power of information. If you are new to the idea of Unconferences, in between the pictures below you will […]