Presenting at T2M Mobilities conference, Lancaster, 28th October

Inspired by recent celebrations of Dancing with the Trouble, Luke and Malé will be presenting at the upcoming Transport, Traffic and Mobility conference 'Mobilities, Aesthetics and Ethics'. The conference is running in partnership with Konkuk University, Seoul. You can find more info about the conference here, and registration details for Lancaster here

Dancing with the Troubles at London Design Biennale -

August 2023

As part of the Care Pavilion at the 2023 London Design Biennale, Malé, Lizzie, and Luke celebrated Dancing with the Troubles, a participatory ritual for embodying and practices values. Check out the video below.

Malé Lujan Escalante UAL:LCC

Lizze Harrison: Art & Design, UWE

Luke Moffat: Sociology Lancaster University


We're part of the TRIG 2022 Programme!

6th June 2023

We are delighted to announce that we have won funding through the Transport Research and Innovation Grants (TRIG) 2022 programme

The SoRADASH project develops an online platform for Societal Readiness Assessment (SoRA) and methods for evaluating Societal Readiness Levels (SRL) for #decarbonising #TransportInnovation. Share your knowledge @isITethical_EU and SoRA LinkedIn Group

SoRA Animation Video

4th June 2023

This video by NiftyFox shows how SoRA can help you increase the societal readiness of innovations. 


Radical Emancipatory Values

4th June 2023

‘Dancing with the Trouble: Ritual Design in the Age of Consequence’

Sunday 4th June 2023, London Design Biennale, Somerset House, link here


AI ethics through design Awards

Spring and Summer 2023

isITethical? Exchange in collaboration with the Design School at London College of Communications, UAL , is hosting a series Design Brief Award and a Companion Program of Public Lectures and Creative Workshops Exploring the role of Arts and Design in AI ethics and AI responsible Research Innovation.


Cumbria 2037: Decarbonising Mobility Futures

21-22 November 2022

In November 2022, DecarboN8 and the Zero Carbon Cumbria Partnership brought together 80 researchers, policymakers, community groups and local businesses to explore options for delivering zero carbon transport for Cumbria by 2037