Concern Worldwide (UK) is a Company Limited By Guarantee And Not Having A Share Capital (Registered in England and Wales with registered number 4323646) which has been granted Charitable Status by The Charity Commission for England and Wales (Registered Number 1092236) and The Office of The Scottish Charity Regulator (Registered Number SCO38107). The Registered Offices of Concern Worldwide (UK) are 13/14 Calico House, Plantation Wharf, London, SW11 3TN. Concern Worldwide (UK) is a subsidiary organisation of Concern Worldwide an Irish Registered Charity.
Concern is involved with two initiatives at Third Level: The Nelson Mandela Debates and the 'Where there is no Engineer' design initiative.
Concern is involved with two initiatives at Third Level. The Nelson Mandela Debates are run by the African Students Association Ireland (ASAI) in partnership with Concern. ‘Where there is no Engineer’ is a design initiative coordinated by the Development Technology in the Community (DTC) Research Group with Engineers Without Borders Ireland that gives participants the opportunity to design creative solutions to real life ongoing humanitarian problems. The programme is funded by Irish Aid and delivered in partnership with Concern Worldwide.
Nelson Mandela Debates
The Nelson Mandela Debates are run by the African Students Association Ireland (ASAI) in partnership with Concern. By reflecting the spirit of Nelson Mandela participants are challenged to critically reflect on and debate issues related to building a more just and equal world for all. Find out more.
‘Where There is No Engineer’
On 25 April 2015, a devastating earthquake hit Nepal resulting in widespread damage, fatalities and casualties. The sequence of aftershocks that followed has resulted in landslides, avalanches and the collapse of already damaged buildings. Applicants to this year’s competition should use the current problems and associated challenges that Concern is facing in Nepal as the context for their design. See the full programme booklet for more details.
Sponsored by Davies Suppliers, the winning team or individual will be invited to travel to Nepal to see the challenges first hand and attempt to ascertain the viability of implementing their project design.
Who can take part?
The design challenge is open to both undergraduates and professionals across a range of disciplines, including but not limited to: engineering, health sciences, education and product design.
- Download the full programme booklet here
- Email [email protected] for more information
- Also see www.dit.ie/dtc
Winning entry 2017