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Speculative Design Workshop

It is the year 2035. Twelve years ago, children's rights were incorporated into the German Basic Law, and companies began to integrate children's rights into their products. New ways of working emerged, and new products and features were developed. This had an impact on online games, on social media platforms and hardware. The everyday behavior, communication, and "education" of children and families has changed.

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In the workshop, participants will work with the Designing for Children Design Guide. They become future product developers and observe how their ideas shape society. They create a future story that addresses the changes and challenges they might face, especially in the areas of society, technology, economy, ecology, politics in 2035.

The workshop consists of two parts. In the first part, principles and methods of designing for the future will be addressed and the principles of the Designing for Children Design Guide will be learned and discussed. After a break, participants will develop their own visions of possible futures together and describe them as 'headlines'.

WORKSHOP GUIDE
Designing for Children's Rights (D4CR) is an international community developing the Designing for Children Design Guide. These are guidelines that integrate children's rights into the design and development process of digital products. Their mission is to create an action-oriented exchange between science, policy and business to strengthen children's interests and rights.

Junge Tüftler is a non-profit organization with the goal of empowering people to use digital tools to actively and sustainably shape the world. Since 2016, the team of Junge Tüftler has grown into a colorful team of experts from the fields of education, design, computer science, music and of course making & coding and many more. This diversity enables them to develop innovative formats and content and put them into action.

INFORMATION
-> Venue: Workshop Futurium Lab (UG)
-> Admission: free of charge
-> Event language: German
-> Max. number of participants: 25 persons
-> Conditions of participation: no previous knowledge required

REGISTRATION
Registration is required - secure your place! Registration is a two-step process. After entering your personal data you will receive an e-mail with a confirmation link. This link is active for 30 minutes. Only after you have clicked this link and confirmed online, your registration is complete.

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