Over a million migrants have arrived in Europe in the past year. Host governments now face the immense challenge of providing support and opportunities to new members of the society.

We will be hosting an interactive Human-Centered Design (HCD) workshop to explore ideas to integrate migrants into host communities in a way that responds to their individual needs with a focus on achieving expedience and sustainability.

This workshop will be led by Dalberg’s Katya Akulinicheva (Senior Consultant) and Ashish Kumar (Senior Designer).

If the event is full, please e-mail yihlin.teh@dalberg.com to be placed on the waiting list.

Photo by Flickr: Tracy Hunter

Speakers

  • Katya Akulinicheva

    ​Katya is a Senior Consultant in Dalberg's advisory team in the London office. She brings several years of experience in investment banking and private equity, and recently completed her MBA at INSEAD where she focused on social entrepreneurship and development.

  • Ashish

    Ashish is a Senior Designer at Dalberg's Design Impact Group in the London office. He brings in several years of experience in applying HCD in the development, private and public sectors, and holds an MBA from University of Oxford.

Sponsors

  • Dalberg

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Hosts

  • Design Impact Group

    DIG = HCD + Business Consulting for organizations and communities trying to achieve large scale social change. Design & Innovation at Dalberg. NYC | LON | NRB

Location

Turl Street Kitchen

16 Turl St, Oxford OX1 3DH, United Kingdom

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