We run Design Change Maker events, where we bring together creative thinkers who are making a positive difference in the world. Some of our past events include Design Change Makers: Mental Health & Mental Health 0.2 and Design Change Makers: Conscience Consumption which was hosted at the Design Museum. We also took part in the Ellen MacArthur foundation – Disruptive Innovation Festival in late 2018.

In February 2020 we are launching an International Creative Change Makers Conference, hosted in London, with some of our amazing partners and keynote speakers including Sir Jonathan Porritt and others.

Creative Change Makers conference

We’re launching the Creative Change Makers conference which will be hosted across three London venues between the 5–8th February 2020, so please save these dates.

Day one (5th February) will be held at the Design Museum, London and will focus on the positive effects of creative thinking on mental health and wellbeing. This day is specifically designed for educators, students and graduates.

Day two (6th February) will be held at King’s Cross (exact location TBC), where educators and industry experts will discuss and celebrate the power of creative thinking around social and environmental impact and will include keynote speaker Sir Johnathan Porritt and many others.

Day three (7th February) will be held at Ravensbourne University (next to the O2 arena) and will showcase the positive effects of initiatives, built by educators within institutes on staff, students, the surrounding communities, society and the world.

Day four (8th February) also held at Ravensbourne University, will offer training sessions on social and environmental impact as well as speaker training.

Tickets will be available soon.

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This year we are launching a membership model, based on requests from our community. Its focus is Creative Thinking for Social & Environmental Impact.

Join a community – building, teaching and celebrating tangible positive change in the world, through creative thinking.

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