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Street to Scale - Tackling structural inequalities to find the innovators in every community: Communities, Design and Psychology

Michael, Waller. 2018. 'Street to Scale - Tackling structural inequalities to find the innovators in every community: Communities, Design and Psychology'. In: 4th Community Psychology Festival - British Psychological Society (BPS). University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom September 23 / 9:00 am - September 24 / 5:00 pm. [Conference or Workshop Item]

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Community social design. working with a charity organisation 'Street to Scale' and a network of other organisations including the London Mayor's Office Camden Council hours thrive London period the work composed of a number of different activities which included research and development for the designing of mental health public engagement tools, creating instructions for citizens to build their own versions of the tools and creating animations as instructions for the charity’s website. The project also included designing an event based public engagement activity on the Piccadilly line in London with the Metropolitan Police with the general public. The development of community psychology innovation tools were also shared and presented at an international community psychology conference at Hartford university, UK.

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Conference or Workshop Item (Other)

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Departments, Centres and Research Units:

Design

Dates:

DateEvent
24 September 2018Completed

Event Location:

University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

Date range:

September 23 / 9:00 am - September 24 / 5:00 pm

Item ID:

25346

Date Deposited:

17 Dec 2018 14:28

Last Modified:

17 Dec 2018 14:28

URI:

http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/25346

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