Session type:


Presented by:

Samuel Martin

S. D. Martin Consulting

Lily Cory

Washington State Department of Children Youth and Families

Session time:

07 Mar 16:30 17:30

Session duration:

60 minutes

About the session

A discussion on the importance of engaging community-based partnerships alongside government agencies when doing co-design or service design.

The engagement of lived experts is paramount in creating a truly community-centred program or policy. This session will showcase examples of successful partnerships between organizations and government agencies that marginalized communities can be a part of design.

This will provide actionable insight into how fostering collaboration between diverse stakeholders can provide positive change in communities.

Participant takeaways:

  • Concrete real-life examples of Government and Community Partnership in service Design and how the partnership can catapult policy and programming.
  • Concrete tools that can be implemented in current practice
  • Opportunity to ask questions to government staff, and community staff who do service design directly with communities.

About the speaker(s)