This investigation provides context to high maternal mortality rates in Sierra Leone. We focus in particular on fragile health systems and the societal challenges that new and expectant mothers face. Working with local collaborators, we tell the story of what these women have lost, who’s to blame and why it matters. This is a European Journalism Centre funded project.
“Data to Action” was a six week research and design consultancy – a partnership between WSUP (Zambia) and NEEEU Spaces GmbH.
Designed to inform & influence Finnish policy makers, the “Virtual Forest” is a VR experience that explores how present-day Forestry Management strategies are contributing towards climate breakdown.
Migrants on the margins, is a three year project involving researchers from UK universities, international research partners and Graphic Novella specialists – Positive Negatives.
Dementia Diaries is a UK-wide project that brings together people’s diverse experiences of living with dementia as a series of audio diaries.
This film, published in the Guardian (UK), tells the story of three people living with dementia. It incorporates recordings from the Dementia Diaries project and aims to capture some of the complexities of living with dementia over time.
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