After receiving a variety of critical societal challenges from our partners throughout the city and region of Stockholm we have narrowed it down to three key challenges for this term’s masters’ students to solve.
For twenty weeks, our student teams will apply the design thinking method to find solutions that are grounded in a deep understanding of the needs and experiences of people affected by the challenges.
The challenges have been selected through the following criteria:
The challenge relates to Openlab’s mission to solve complex societal challenges.
The end result needs to have the potential of being upscaled and distributed.
The challenge contributes to the Sustainable Development Goals of Agenda 2030.
The challenge has been established within the applying organisation.
CHALLENGE 1 provided by The City Council How might we increase Stockholmers’ commitment and participation in the city’s development?
CHALLENGE 2 provided by the City District Department of Hägersten-Älvsjö How might we create a system for relevant environmental and climate data to be available and used by organisations crucial in climate transformation?
CHALLENGE 3 provided by the Region of Stockholm How might we proactively support children and young people, in preventing social exclusion from school and society in Södertälje?
Welcome to listen to the half-term presentations on the 16th of March!
The course is run in cooperation with KTH, Södertörns högskola, Stockholms universitet & Karolinska Institutet.