Indy Johar

System Change the dark matter side of the problem.

Co-founder @infostructure00; YF Senior Innovation Associate; Respublica Fellow; Co-founded @hubwestminster, @impacthubbrum work at @hubislington @hubbrixton Indy is an architect, and institution designer & developer. He is a co-founder of 00, []He, on behalf of 00, has co-founded multiple social ventures from Impact Hub Westminster to Impact Hub Birmingham and the – Open Venture Accelerator] and has also co-led research projects such as The Compendium for the Civic Economy, whilst supporting several 00 explorations/experiments including the, is an Advisor to the Earth Security Initiative and a director of WikiHouse Foundation and Civic Systems Laboratory.

Indy was Director of the Global Impact Hub Association and Impact Hub Islington [the original Impact Hub in the Hub Network] and worked with Jonathan Robinson to design the protocols and modes of the network scaling.Indy is Senior Innovation Associate with the Young Foundation focused on the development of new 21st Institutions and information architectures and systems for change. The centre is currently working on the series of institutional start-ups and research networks from the Polytechnic of the future to Next Generation Corporate organisation for Social Innovation.Indy has taught & lectured at various institutions from the University of Bath, TU-Berlin; Architectural Association, University College London, Princeton. He has given lectures and led discussions on various issues, including how strategic design meets policy and a new economy in various forums from Demos, Centre of Social Justice, Helsinki Design Lab, European Parliament, LSE, Royal Academy, Royal Society of the Arts and Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.

He has written for many national and international journals on the future of design, social systems and venturing. Indy is a Fellow of the RSA, Demos Associate, Respublica Fellow, JRF Anti-Poverty Strategy Programme Advisory Group member and a member of the Mayor of London’s SME Working Group.