Ruth Anderwald + Leonhard Grond interviewed ASFhub coordinator Dorothea Born about some of their reflections from the past two years. You can read the whole interview here. Some of our favorite excerpts are included below. Thank you to the combined team of Navigating Dizziness Together and Dizziness-A Resource!
"At the Open Innovation in Science Center we call this approach 'fund, facilitate and follow-up', the idea being that you don’t just leave the projects with the money and in the end collect a report, but that you really help them overcome issues during the runtime."
"Some learnings from the ASF hub in regards to epistemic justice and solidarity could be that a community needs to be created, a sense or feeling for community fostered. I like the term 'epistemic justice': To me, it means that different epistemic positions, experiences, and expertise can be valued in their uniqueness. They are seen for what they are, without judging them to be 'more something' and 'less something else'."