Fred Brown, Christopher Murray, Courtney Savie Lawrence and Roya Mahboob
Designing for Fairer Futures
Individuals and groups of all kinds are working to make society more equitable, but a long road lies ahead.
In recent years, an increasing number of individuals and organizations have dedicated themselves to decreasing socioeconomic disparities. As the COVID-19 pandemic and Black Lives Matter movement revealed, however, there is still a long distance left to travel on the road to a more diverse and inclusive society. In this panel discussion hosted by the Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures and Commerce’s (RSA) Ian Burbidge, change makers Fred Brown, Christopher Murray, Courtney Savie Lawrence and Roya Mahboob discuss their efforts to use design, innovation and experimentation to help build a more equitable world.
About the Speakers
Ian Burbidge is associate director of the RSA Lab. Fred Brown serves as the president and CEO of The Forbes Funds. Christopher Murray is CEO of the Young Brent Foundation. Courtney Savie Lawrence is the co-founder and project lead for the Circular Design Lab based in Bangkok. Roya Mahboob is the co-founder and CEO of the Digital Citizen Fund.
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