I love sharing knowledge and learning with new people! And love planning workshops, seminars, and presentations for charities, NGOs, and other public events. I talk about the relationships between technologies, social justice, feminisms, austerity, and third sector / charity / NGO service delivery. I have worked in charities as a researcher and volunteer for over a decade, for example in sex worker rights and support services, homelessness support services, alcohol addiction services, services who support people with multiple complex needs, orphanages, and women’s services.

One of my favourite ways of sharing knowledge is through interactive workshops (both virtual and in-person).

Some examples of previous invited talks and workshops I hosted:

  • February 18th, 2020 – North East Sex Work Forum Regional Learning Day
    Technologies in Sex Work Support Services
  • December 13th, 2019 – HCID Seminar, City University London
    Designing Technologies for Justice: Lessons from working with Third Sector Organisations
  • November 27th, 2019 – Digitalize in Stockholm
    Working with Third Sector Organisations to develop digital technologies: Design as Justice Oriented Ecologies
  • Summer 2016 – Digital Economy Network Summer School
    A City of Ethical Conundrums: reflecting on complex but mundane ethical decisions in research settings (full-day workshop)
  • November 1st, 2016 – Thinking Digital Women Confernece, Newcastle
    Drawing Digital: getting crafty with electronics (2h workshop)

If you would like me to come talk at your event, would like to ask me to consult on the integration of creative use of digital technologies into your service, or just want to have a chat to throw around some ideas with me, please get in touch with me via my e-mail: angelika.strohmayer@northumbria.ac.uk or message me on Twitter: @tripsandflips_