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Category: Idea Development

Number of Participants: -50

Participant Profile: Extraverted

Expertise: No Expertise Required

Participant Eligibility: Moderate Eligibility

Duration: 1 Week

Budget: Medium

Venue: Indoor

Online: +

What is Design for Change?

This method, which pushes the participants to think design-oriented in four stages (Feel, Imagine, Do, Share), aims to enable the participants to realize their projects, to think creatively, to empathize and to develop their skills.


Encourages creative thinking
Strengthens community relations
It takes a short time and the cost is low


The facilitator needs prior training

How to Plan a Design for Change Event?

STEP 1: Preliminary preparations such as training the facilitator, providing the necessary materials and space, inviting the participants


STEP 2: Feel: Participants identify and identify major issues with their community


STEP 3: Imagine: Participants focus on finding creative solutions, brainstorm, discuss


STEP 4: Do: This is the stage where the participants implement the solutions they found. Participants should be allowed to practice and at this stage they should learn to learn from failure, be strong and improve the project.


STEP 5: Share: prepared projects are shared clearly for consideration


STEP 6: Evaluation of the projects by the experts is shared with the participants and the missing aspects are indicated


STEP 7: The projects prepared at the event and the process are shared transparently.

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