Science for Humanity seeks to match scientific capability to human need. Through collaboration and innovation, Science for Humanity develops appropriate and sustainable solutions to alleviate poverty, increase social justice and realise economic benefit for poorer people. Find out more about what we do.
where technology meets anthropology, conservation and development
Institute for Food & Development Policy, with programmes in building local agri-foods systems. Based in Oakland, CA, USA
promoting socioeconomic development through design. Run by Cynthia Lawson Jaramillo of the New School in New York City.
"In design we sometimes need to be free to think of ridiculous ideas to find the ones that actually arenâ€™t quite so bad after all." This was one of the insights coming from a workshop on user-centred design for international development, in which VeSeL member Lynne Dunckley was a participant. It was held on 28 April, 2007 at the CHI conference.