Immy Kaur is a co-founder and director of Impact Hub Birmingham, a network of citizens, makers, doers, entrepreneurs, activists and dreamers committed to building a better Birmingham and better world. She is also director of Project 00, a collaborative studio of architects, strategic designers, programmers, social scientists, economists and urban designers practicing design beyond its traditional borders. Ventures include WikiHouse, Open Desk, Civic Systems Lab and more. She was one of the founding team members that produced Birmingham’s first ever TEDx and has curated and produced TEDxBrum over the last five years. In 2017 she and her team will be planning Birmingham’s biggest TEDx event to date and will host the second CityCamp, an event around TEDx to explore ideas about how a community can build and make a more democratic and fair city. She led a team to produce the FutureShift Festival in Birmingham and co-designed The Civic Foundry as part of the cabinet office-funded Hub Launchpad programme, an open social venture accelerator programme. Previously, she worked as part of Tony Blair Faith Foundation.
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