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Visual Camp – or developing “Policy in Pics”

Earlier this week I spent an evening in the Treasury, Whitehall, talking not about the economy but about how visuals and other creative approaches may be used to develop and communicate policy.

Noel Hatch, who facilitate the event, explains here how it developed from a “Policy in Pics”  idea from Toby Blume, proposed in the Dotgovlabs Innovation Hub (registration required). The event signup here provides more background, and Phil Green has created an Our Society group. read more »

Visual Camp – or developing "Policy in Pics"

Earlier this week I spent an evening in the Treasury, Whitehall, talking not about the economy but about how visuals and other creative approaches may be used to develop and communicate policy.

Noel Hatch, who facilitate the event, explains here how it developed from a “Policy in Pics”  idea from Toby Blume, proposed in the Dotgovlabs Innovation Hub (registration required). The event signup here provides more background, and Phil Green has created an Our Society group. read more »