Human Data Report (HDR)
The development promoted by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has made visible gaps in many social spheres. When these are studied from a macropolitics, they simply allow themselves to observe situations in which they are only projected as possibilities in the existence of social problems. In many of these cases, development models are promoted that do not necessarily coincide with those projected by nations and in general by the development of towns or communities. This is why it is more enriching with this macro lens to make more specific approaches in the territories and communities in which situations arise that need to be understood from their particularity. In this scenario, the present exhibition of data posters allows illustrating, through infographics, a set of projects analyzed as a diagnostic phase of design problems with a focus on social transformation or behavior change (generative/systemic methodological orientation of design). and that allow to see reflected the concerns of young people between the ages of 19 and 24 who are students of Graphic Design and that have been moderated by the Curator of the sample. In these it will be possible to observe an in-depth analysis on particular topics where critical data can be focused that reflects the human influence on the environment and in general on the society in which we belong. The issues, among other concerns, for wetlands where migratory bird processes take place, the excessive consumption of energy by part of the population, the trafficking of natural species with a focus on fishing and birds, food waste, gender imbalances, among other topics of interest.