All theory aside – what’s it really like to work in a rural village in India? In a world of increasingly changeable external forces, how do you engage the community, overcome cultural and language barriers and build enough trust to realise a project together? What unexpected outcomes might emerge?
Amputees living in remote communities, with limited access to healthcare providers, have an opportunity to use bicycle parts and other accessible materials to make their own D.I.Y. lower-limb prosthetics, using a system designed by RMIT University industrial design graduate Desiree Riny.
The wicked problems we are facing in a globalised and technological world require us to think very differently about the types of work people need to do now and in the future. Different skills, attributes and focus are desperately needed, and we are struggling to keep up.