• Velkomsfesten

    by  • September 30, 2016

    Velkomsfesten, “Welcome Party”, is Denmark’s biggest integration event and is about taking care of the refugees who already live here cheap viagra usa. How do we help both Danes and refugees to get a job? What solutions makes refugees a resource for the community? How do we ensure Danish culture? Velkomsfesten was a good...

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    Pre-hack Event at VerdensKulturCentret

    by  • September 30, 2016

    On April 30th 2016, the Copenhagen based team hosted an explorative workshop at VerdensKulturCentret. Bringing together asylum seekers, students, researchers, nurses, interaction designers, volunteers, grassroots initiatives and curious citizens – to map out and prioritise urgent issues within the field of integration and migration. We brainstormed together and learned about the concrete experiences of...

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    First Pre-Hack meeting for the Danish Pilot

    by  • April 30, 2016

    The first Pre-hack meeting for the Copenhagen pilot was held at the VerdensKulturCentret to work around the experience of being a refugee, asylum seeker or otherwise ‘new’ in Denmark. From there we discussed and identified key challenges, needs and possibilities. Among others, we considered the challenges of: Mastering their own life, access information, healthcare, rights and...

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    Literature Review (Executive Summary)

    by  • April 18, 2016

    This literature review and field studies report is a catalogue of inspiration and examples to support the O4C consortium as we aim to make a difference by empowering citizens and engaging them with Open Data. Throughout the document we suggest key concerns to focus our project attention as we invite experimentation and exploration in...

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    D.1.1 Domain and Theme Definition (executive summary)

    by  • April 18, 2016

    The Open4Citizens project is framed in the broader area of research and applications that explore the potential of phenomena emerging at the intersection between technological development, social innovation and business opportunities.   This deliverable outlines the context for the project and describes its scope. Section 3 describes the domain of the project. The increasing computing capability...

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    Follow O4C!

    by  • March 4, 2016

    Facebook Page, Twitter account and Linkedin Group are now active for Open4Citizens project! Follow the O4C project on: <a href="https://twitter Find Out More.com/Open4Citizens”>Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn Tags: #O4C #open4citizens

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    Press Release

    by  • February 29, 2016

    Open4Citizens improves the meaningful use of Open Data supporting the engagement of urban communities see page. The latest developments in Open Data and Open Government allow the collection and publication of huge datasets that can provide insightful information on many aspects of urban life (health care, social and environmental services). However, the full potential...

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    Kick-off meeting

    by  • January 29, 2016

    11-12 January 2016 the Open4Citizen project started with the Kick-Off meeting at AAU-Copenhagen. All the partners of the consortium met for the first time and discussed organisational, administrative and content-related aspects of the project. Some of the partners have a consolidated history of mutual collaboration, others are new, therefore the meeting was a good opportunity...

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