“Today, we are all human-centered designers,” one participant proclaimed at the end of an all-day workshop. Others around him nodded; some cheered. The mood in the room was giddy exhaustion, brought on by hours of hard work and creative effort. It was August. I’d been in Kenya since June, facilitating and researching the uptake of human-centered
Day: July 6, 2017
I just returned from a program at Georgetown University where I spoke to a group of high school students on peace and justice. In June, Washington is awash with young people participating in programs for aspiring diplomats, policy wonks, and politicians. Most of these programs are well organized, offering students a chance to hear from
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