Tag: Nicaragua

Design & Co-creative Policy-making

Designing for Children Challenge

It takes a village to raise a child. It takes many brains to solve complex problems affecting child rights. UNICEF Nicaragua would like to invite you to be part of a small group of creative problem-solvers who can help us come up with innovative and concrete solutions for problems affecting children […]

Cover of Wired Magazine from June 2014

The Next Steve Jobs

That was the title of the cover of WIRED magazine last October. It featured a picture of a 12-year-old Mexican girl, Paloma Noyola Bueno, who lives near a dump site in Matamoros, a small town bordering Texas, USA. And what makes Paloma a likely candidate to become the next Steve […]

A bit too much co-creation

Chaotic and stressful… It was our first co-creation workshop with folks from civil society and the autonomous government in the southern Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua. We were co-creating the design research tools to develop an “empathy-driven” regional policy for Indigenous and Afro-descendant children. I’m used to workshops where: tons of […]