Design Against Crime is a socially responsive, practice-led research centre located at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London. DAC is a practice-led design research project that emerged at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (CSM).
It was founded by Lorraine Gamman as an ‘initiative’ in 1999, and continues to flourish. It has primarily been funded by the University of the Arts London and by monies raised from successful research council funding applications, that are linked to independent peer review assessment.
Restorative Justice Extending Empathy Workshop 1
Old Sessions House, Canterbury Christ Church University – 12th January 2015
Workshop: How Can Three Disciplines Learn from One Another to Better Measure and Communicate Cultural Value and Impact?
What is design FOR empathy?
Why Restorative Justice, Design, Theatre ‘Extending Empathy’ workshops?
Empathy / Sympathy – In / With: Theatre as Debate, Debate as Theatre –
Exploring Forum Theatre with Cardboard Citizens
Theatre and its application: a compendium of ideas and notions around theatre and an invitation to apply them to a variety of practices
A practical exploration of theatre and empathy in a Criminal Justice context: the Geese Theatre Company approach