Exploring the evolving field of applied ethics in Service Design.

Exploring the evolving field of applied ethics in Service Design.

In December 2020 we brought the UK SD community together to explore the multifaceted topic of ethics in the practice of service design. 



The past year has surfaced how resilient we can be as a human race, but also highlighted some of the injustices we face as a society. SDN wishes to be part of that conversation, by bringing in some experts to raise awareness, debate and have a dialogue on the most relevant topics in ethical design.



All proceeds from this event were donated directly to Mermaids UK, a charity that helps gender-diverse kids, young people and their families. Thanks again for those who donated.


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