Celebrating design for social impact
The thinkpublican awards celebrate and recognise individuals using design and creative thinking in the public sector, third sector and communities to address social challenges. The awards are run four times a year, with five nominees chosen each time, and a winner selected from this shortlist.
Who can enter?
We want to celebrate individuals that are leading the way in using design and creative thinking to re-design public services or solve social issues that improve peoples lives. The thinkpublican awards are open to any individual who works in the public sector, third sector or community sector and hasn’t previously been recognised for their work is eligible to be nominated.
The thinkpublican awards are judged by the thinkpublic team.
The winner of the thinkpublican award will receive a social design prize pack created to support and encourage them to keep up their amazing work.
summer 2010: Rosie Jones
Our first thinkpublican is Rosie Jones, an amazing Perinatal Mental Health Health Visitor who works for the Croydon PCT.
Watch Rosie Jones interview below: