Disseny per a la inclusió, el procés com a resultat is a learning and co-creation project between higher education students from all design disciplines and different groups in vulnerable situations. Created by Elisava Alumni Anaïs Esmerado and promoted by the Ojalá Projects Association and the Museu del Disseny de Barcelona, the project seeks to foster inclusive synergies between participants through design, emphasising the process as a framework for learning and social transformation.
Following an inclusive working methodology, the students and groups currently participating in the first edition of the project apply their knowledge to detect needs, understand each other, empathise and promote design as an engine for social innovation. The ultimate goal is to promote community action in different districts of the city of Barcelona with projects that have a two-way return, both for the groups and for the students involved.
Elisava participates in two of the initiative's various projects. They are the following:
Project with Metzineres for the inclusion of women with drug dependence
Design students from the fashion, audiovisual and product disciplines from the Elisava and BAU schools co-work with the Metzineres del Raval collective to co-create fashion products for everyday life using the tools of the space. One of the objectives of veneno is the inclusion of women with drug dependence in the cultural fabric of the city.
Objective of the workshop: to discuss community strategies in favour of human rights and gender mainstreaming. To understand the weight that image has in our society and how this can be a stigma that promotes exclusion. Project tutored by Bruna Sedó, illustrator and fashion designer of the renowned brand Lurdes Bergada & Syngman Cucala.