SEI’s Development and Aid Policy Team and the Swedish Development Research Network (SweDev) are proud to present Coralie Legrand as the first keynote speaker in 2022 on the dialogues on development research held on 7 April at 13 CEST.
This event was recorded, watch the recording:
Dialogue series on development research
The dialogue series on development research is organized by the Swedish Development Research Network (SweDev) and the Development and Aid Policy Team at Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI).
The aim of the dialogues on development research is to spread findings of development research by creating a learning space where researchers can share their work in an informal and easily accessed setting. The dialogue series are targeting researchers, practitioners and policymakers within the development research area.
Keynote speaker Coralie Legrand
Coralie Legrand is a freelance motion designer and illustrator from Brussels, Belgium. Coralie uses storytelling and visual communication to break down complexity into digestible content to help create a wider impact with scientific research.
Coralie will talk about the added value of design, illustration and animation in communication tools. Her focus is on projects on sustainability, science communication and social impact. Coralie creates animated content and visual communication tools through storytelling and design to help deliver a message to raise awareness, inform or educate.
Coralie will showcase two animated videos that she is co-creating together with SEI’s Matthew Osborne for ‘Low-carbon development in East Africa’ to support the research in its goal to reach practitioners in the renewable energy space.
The dialogue on “Low-carbon development in Africa: How to visually create impact” will be held online via Teams Live.
SEI’s Development and Aid Policy Team
The Development and Aid Policy Team at the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) performs research on topics related to human development and environment. The team conducts research from local to global scale, providing state of the art interdisciplinary research, analysis and training to inform policy and practice at the nexus of environment and development research and policy.
Working with partners around the world, the team aims to support more equitable and sustainable development through demand driven and solution-oriented research and decision support.