Are you interested in new and proactive ways of policy-making and public service-provision? What happens when multidisciplinary student teams take on policy design challenges? The 2017 Spring Final Show of the Design for Government course will showcase some inspiring examples! Highly-committed and -talented student teams will present their research and proposals developed during the 14-week course addressing challenging project briefs commissioned from within the Finnish government.
2017 project briefs
A Model for Regional Sustainable Circular Food (Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Ministry of the Environment, SITRA, Motiva)
Civil Servant 2.0: Future work of civil servants (Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Economic affairs and Employment, Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Transport and Communications)
Check out summaries of the project briefs here!
Program - 23.5.2017 at Valkoinen Sali
09:00 Welcome: Aalto Suomi100 & Design for Government09:30 Presentations by student groups10:20 Break with ‘meet an alumni’and screening of Design for Government mini-documentary10:40 Presentations by student groups11:30 Moderated discussion12:00 Closing
The event is open to the public. Last year's final show was fully-booked, so we recommend you register well in advance! Registration is binding as the seats are limited.
The event is part of the annual Aalto Festival, showcasing the many talents of Aalto University. This year, Aalto Festival celebrates the centennial of Finland with 100 events taking place at various locations all over the Helsinki metropolitan area during 2–31 May 2017. Download the mobile application and create your own festival programme! More information: aaltofestival.fi