Category Archives: Workshops

Who will do the work of linking different activities in order to impact sustainability in humanitarian markets? The benefits of the Gaia Project according to stakeholders

As you know, I conducted a workshop in Addis Abeba in october. Present at the workshop were ARRA (Administration for Refugee and Returnee Affairs), the UNHCR, the Horn of Africa Regional Environment Center and Network, Mekelle University (Mechanical Faculty), the … Continue reading

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International energy stakeholder workshop in Addis Abeba

A stakeholder workshop was held at the Jupiter Hotel in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia a few weeks back. Participants at the workshop included two researchers from the department of product design at NTNU (including myself), the three master students conducting the … Continue reading

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Workshop on energy access for humanitarian action in Oslo, 4th of June 2013

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Socially responsible design (SRD) workshop in Guatemala

Together with Oscar Quan at INDIS, the industrial design research institute at Guatemala’s Universidad Rafael Landivar (URL), I conducted a short study trip to the highlands of Guatemala. For many of the third year design students from NTNU as well as the students from URL this … Continue reading

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Rethink Relief: bridging the gap between relief and development

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I just returned from the most intense, interesting and fun workshop, Rethink Relief. Participants from TU Delft, MIT, MSF (doctors without borders) , NGOs from all over the world including Caritas, on a one week mission to try to bridge the design … Continue reading

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