This symposium is an opportunity for stakeholders and attendees to discuss the use of design thinking in policy making.
It brings together stakeholders to discuss the use of design thinking in policy making and how it can transform the way policies are developed and implemented.
The event provides an opportunity for attendees to share their experiences, to learn from local and international researchers, and to have conversations about how design thinking can be used to transform policymaking in Singapore and beyond.
The Symposium features presentations from Singapore, Dubai, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Australia.
Hosted by Symposium Chair Professor Lisa Scharoun – Head of School, School of Design, Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Australia, the Symposium comprises the following three sessions:
Session 1: Developing Human-Centred, Innovative and Impactful Policies.
Session 2: Collaborations that Connect.
Session 3: Experimentation.
|Location:||National Design Centre: Auditorium – Level 2 , 111 Middle Road Singapore, 188969 Singapore 111 Middle Road Singapore, 188969 Singapore [link to map]|
|Start Date:||28/06/2023 [add to calendar]|
|Organiser:||QUT Design Lab|
|Enquiries:||QUT Design Lab: email@example.com|