Design Against Crime is a socially responsive,
practice-led research centre located at Central Saint Martins College of
Art and Design, University of the Arts London. DAC is a practice-led
design research project that emerged at Central Saint Martins College of
Art and Design (CSM). It was founded by Lorraine Gamman as an
‘initiative’ in 1999, and continues to flourish. It has primarily been
funded by the University of the Arts London and by monies raised from
successful research council funding applications, that are linked to
independent peer review assessment.
Extending Empathy – A Network
to Exchange Tools/ Methodologies and Processes from Design, Performance
and Restorative Justice
This network aims to foster better understanding of empathetic processes
and how creative practitioners deliver them. It will bring together
empathetic tools from Participatory Design, Performance and Restorative
Justice (RJ) to build and develop the capacity of researchers and
You are invited to 'Empathy and the Revolution of Human
Relationships' - a public talk by cultural thinker and writer on the art
of living and social change, Roman Krznaric.
Roman Krznaric's writings on empathy have been widely influential
amongst political and ecological campaigners, education reformers,
social entrepreneurs, and designers. His books
include: Empathy (2014), How to Find Fulfilling Work (2013) and The
Wonderbox (2011). He is founder of the world’s first Empathy Museum and
the digital Empathy Library, as well as a founding faculty member of The
School of Life and on the faculty of Year Here.www.romankrznaric.com
empathy: Understanding perspective & 'Graffiti Agonism' ' By Lorraine Gamman @ CSM, UAL.
Lorraine Gamman talks about design for empathy and introducing ideas of
'Graffiti Agonism' for the MA Industrial Design course @ Central St
Martins, University Of The Arts London.