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Report from the Design Council's 'Knee High Design Challenge'

This paper sets out what the Design Council learned from the approach taken in the Knee High Design Challenge programme, using design and open innovation to enable change in improving health and wellbeing.
Key highlights include the opportunity to apply aspects of this approach to tackle other complex challenges and to improve people’s health and wellbeing. The paper is written for those interested in the approach taken in the Knee High programme and those eager to make change to improve people's health and wellbeing.
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