To endorse human development and assist in reducing youth
unemployment by increasing the involvement and inclusion of young people
in service development in South Africa and Namibia by using
participatory and explorative service design tools.
Methods, skills and knowledge development, supporting inclusion and
social cohesion, local democracy, indigineous rights and
PARTY Handbook- Methods and Tools
Practical guide to service design in development process
Welcome to the digital platform of PARTY handbook, a collection of
the tools tested during the workshops made by PARTY researchers and
designers in the first two years and a half of the project. The
workshops have been made with different actors and in different
locations (Namibia and South Africa). The tools have been collected,
selected and edited into one book. This toolbook has been designed to be
a practical manual to be used to organize and run workshops with
marginalized communities and more specific with the San Community.
Visit in https://partyprojecthandbook.wixsite.com/pacohandbook
PARTY project is in part of organizing PAD Participatory Development trough Art Conference to be held on 15–17th August, 2018, at the University of Lapland, in Rovaniemi, Finland.
Participatory Development through Art (PAD) is a unique conference where academics, practitioners, artists and Indigenous actors gather to exchange their knowledge, experiences and ideas on participatory development through art, as well as the questions of indigenous rights, art and culture.
More information in www.ulapland.fi/pad
Miettinen, S., Vuontisjärvi, H-R.
Service design for participatory development
For Profit, for Good - Developing Organizations through Service Design
Itenge-Wheeler, H., Kuure, E., Brereton, M. , WinschiersTheophilus, H.
Co-creating an Enabling Reading Environment for and with Namibian Children
In Proceedings of the 14th Participatory Design Conference
Full papers-Volume 1
University of Lapland
Faculty of Art and Design
P.O Box 122, FI-9610 Rovaniemi, Finland
Tel. +358 40 484 4367
Tel. +358 40 485 0489
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon
2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie
grant agreement No 645743