The Chiba Care Protocol

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Just as the Lancaster Care Charter (Rodgers et al., 2019) was modelled on the Munich Design Charter, the Chiba Care Protocol is modelled on the Kyoto Protocol. Adopted in Kyoto in 1997, “…the Kyoto Protocol is an international agreement […] setting internationally binding emission reduction targets” (UNFCC). While not tackling climate change, the Does Design Care…? [2] workshop held in Chiba, Japan in July 2019 confronts another ineluctable change – i.e. answers to the question – Does Design Care? A protocol used to express an historic procedure plus operate as instructions and/or a record, but now it mostly operates as sets of rules governing data exchange. The Chiba Care Protocol, sets forth eleven Articles that aim to amplify the Lancaster Care Charter and operate as a set of instructions for design(ing) with care. We, the signatories to the Chiba Care Protocol, commit Design and Designers to using design with care.
Original languageEnglish
TypeWeb Article
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Publication statusPublished - 2019


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