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Innovation as a Form of Conversation

The third panel at the Design Public Conclave follows from the discussion at the last panel of the day at Design Public III, where participants spoke about the need for better conversation that will yield meaningful innovation. Discussants suggested that … Continue reading

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LiveMint’s Excellent Video Coverage of Design Public

Jacob Koshy and Shruti Chakraborty from LiveMint attended and covered the Design Public Conclave on the 20th of April in New Delhi, and created this video synopsis of the event, based on panel discussions as well as interviews with key … Continue reading

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Panel 2: Participation, Collaboration, Innovation

A failure in trust frequently is rooted in a failure of participation. The lack of mechanisms or channels to facilitate involvement in politics, economics, and society often leads to dissatisfaction. In India, the mobile revolution has provided the opportunity for … Continue reading

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Imagining India as an Innovation Society

  A few weeks ago, Sunil Abraham and I met up with Sukumar Ranganathan, the editor of Mint newspaper, to think and talk more about our upcoming event, Design Public. What would it take to transform India into an innovation … Continue reading

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Design!publiC Panel Discussion 2: Is Innovation in Public and Social Sectors Possible?

12:03 Harsh: Theoretically, there is an independent advisory body to the government called the Planning Commission. But once we’ve heard everyone, and money is given, there is still the question of how that money is being spent. 12:01 Sneha: What … Continue reading

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