To create and trial teaching material for workshops with inmates in the UK and India that will help inmates understand their own design potential and ‘design thinking’ by creating anti-theft bags for everyday use.
To find out how design can improve inmate prison experience, by teaching inmates:
– how to design a bag for another that will help keep a person and their possessions safe and sound
– help inmates understand the business case for the designs they generate
– experience a new learning process ‘thinking through doing’ that they could apply to other areas of their lives
To help inmates:
– turn ideas into detailed designs
– co-design and make bag prototypes
– engage with customer profiling
– understand crime data (particularly perpetrator techniques) and translate it into design for anti-theft bags
To generate new learning approaches (‘design thinking’) to engage with inmates in ways that previous education initiatives had not reached.
Check out what Sam experienced thanks to Makeright
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