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A five-day national festival to seed, incubate and showcase socio-environment design successes. Workshops are three-day hackathons that address design issues in the social realm. Conference as a forum to understand how design can bridge the deficit in the public domain. Social problems are design problems, and the design community has long felt the need to proactively push for positive change using the potent combination of government, design and active citizens. This festival ties up with government departments and addresses different problems through three-day workshops, for instance, can we initiate thinking on how to cope with flooding of coastal cities, placing wide-ranging possible solutions on record as baseline criteria for future action. Professionals from various fields will be mentored through this journey using official data anchored in the city of Panaji, with resultant solutions touching architecture, policies and incentives, transportation and such. View more View full description
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