All nominees
© Sabrina Hilfer
’Do we know each other?’ is an interdisciplinary project that works with and for people with dementia to improve their quality of life. 13 students and their co-designers (caregivers, relatives and/or people with dementia) developed products and services in a very close participatory design process.
NICE Award Shortlist 2017
© Empower Parents
Empower Parents is an educational community of families with children with ASD, professionals and cultural spaces. Through cooperative work among these agents, it seeks to make an impact in the community in order to raise social awareness regarding the reality of people with ASD.
NICE Award Shortlist 2017 Winner 2017
© Phile Deprez
The EU2016 arts & design programme ‘Europe by People, the Future of Everyday Living’ looked into contemporary social issues through arts and design, by providing solutions for everyday living and by being a canvas on which creatives and citizens painted a picture of Europe’s future.
NICE Award Shortlist 2017 Winner 2017
© Makeright
Makeright introduces creativity/restorative processes to prison industries through design-thinking education. The reframing of inmates’ behaviour through the design of anti-theft bags is intended to make a social contribution by raising income for charity and building inmate skills, e.g. empathy and resilience.
NICE Award Shortlist 2017 Winner 2017
© TUMO
The game takes place in the fantasy world of Neto, destroyed by the effects of corruption, and our hero, Sevan, discovers a diary left by his grandfather, that holds the clue to the cause of the corruption many years ago. Players must solve the corruption problem to see the world blossom once again.
NICE Award Shortlist 2017 Winner 2017
© Agnieszka Wnuczak
Oberhaus is an artistic approach to upgrading a neglected building and improving the housing situation in the city centre. It focuses on fostering intercultural dialogue between current and future neighbours to create a better life.
NICE Award Shortlist 2017
© Stefano Borghi
OuiShare Fest is a unique and playful space for interaction, collaboration, and exploration. It is a three-day conference with a ’TED meets Burning Man feel’, as an attendee once described it. Our speaker line-up of known and undiscovered pioneers will push you outside your comfort zone.
NICE Award Shortlist 2017
© Kitev
Refugees’ Kitchen is a mobile kitchen, developed through collaboration between artists and refugees. It was planned, built and operated collectively and now travels from city to city, bringing people together through cooking & eating.
NICE Award Shortlist 2017
© DACAPO
URBANATIX is all about beat, speed and city heat. Authentic street arts – tricking, dance, parkour, biking and beat boxing – are combined with show artistry in one on- and off-stage concept. Breathtaking shows and a publicly accessible training centre for young street artists and their followers have established URBANATIX as a multi-cultural focal point in the region's cultural urban life.
NICE Award Shortlist 2017 Winner 2017