Pecha Kucha talks now online… February 28, 2013

ASF-UK organised a Pecha Kucha (06.02.2013) to showcase the work of members and collaborators of ASF-UK as a series of short and energetic presentations, describing work within and inspired by the organisation. If you missed the Pecha Kucha talks or just want a refresher, you can watch them all on line here:         Stephanie  Butcher Anthony Powis Sarah Ernst Naomi Shinkins Melissa Kinnear Isis Nunez Ferrera Caroline Dewast Andy Edwards Amanda Walker Ben Powell Alex Towler   A…

How to make an impact in CSR February 28, 2013

Melissa Kinnear attended Intelligent Futures (http://www.intelligentfutures.co.uk/): Make an Impact in CSR – with Social Media & OpenData at Google Campus (http://www.campuslondon.com/) in London on the 12th February 2013. The speakers included: Adam Elma (M&S), Tamsin Lejeune (http://www.ethicalfashionforum.com/), Francine Bennett (https://www.mastodonc.com/), Nathan Waterhouse (http://www.openideo.com/), Trudy Thompson (http://www.bricksandbread.com/index/), and Paul Fletcher (http://www.through-architecture.co.uk/). More information about each speaker can be found on the blog (http://www.intelligentfutures.co.uk/?p=247) posted pre event. Adam talked about the many initiatives that M&S are implementing to try to make M&S…


13 ASF-UK Associates, members of the management team, and friends shared 20 slides of their work with and inspired by ASF-UK. All speakers were limited to 20 seconds per slides, which proved a challenge for some to cram in all the interesting work they are doing! The speakers presented workshops in Cameroon and Kenya, research and development in India and Palestine, public and youth engagement in the UK, development education at undergraduate level, and development training for professional architects and…

ASF-UK talks at AHMM February 6, 2013

Sarah Ernst and Naomi Shinkins recently provided London architecture practice Alford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM) with a lunch time lecture on the 16th of January 2013. The pair gave a presentation on the background of the organisation and it’s work. The talk focused specifically on two case studies, firstly the ‘Change by Design’ methodology developed by ASF-UK and secondly the international workshop ‘Learning in Leh’ in India in 2011, in partnership with SEEDS India.

ASF-UK talks at the Welsh School of Architecture February 4, 2013

Melissa Kinnear and Andy Edwards presented the work of ASF-UK on behalf of the Welsh School of Architecture Student Association in Cardiff on the 29th January 2013.  They presented the work of the organisation and showed two case studies including: the Change By Design methodology, specifically looking at the workshop in Nairobi, Kenya and the work carried out in India with SEEDs India focusing on the work that Andy has recently completed culminating in a week long workshop in Delhi.  Kat Jones, who attended our…

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