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 Networkhttp://www.hoarec.org/, 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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