This year, AUT’s D4H symposium will explore how designers work with communities to bring their solutions to life, with a specific focus on rangatahi as the leaders of the future.
Mainstream providers have a role in working with those most underserved. They must also give space and time to allow rangatahi to lead and design their solutions and ways of doing things. This will require reimagining how ‘health’ and ‘wellness’ are conceptualised and addressed within contemporary practices and systems in Aotearoa, and will need to be people-centred, community-driven, co-produced, and underpinned by authentic partnerships.
This year the D4H symposium has an exciting line up of provocative speakers who are rangatahi (or working with rangatahi), leading us to a brighter future where solutions are created within and in partnership with communities.
Wednesday 6th December, 9am to 5.30pm (registration opens at 8.30am.)
WG308, The Wave Room, AUT City Campus, 55 Wellesley St East, Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.