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 being a refugee, asylum seeker, nurse or passionate volunteer.
Using this as a starting point, we jointly discussed and identified key challenges, needs and possibilities. Among others, we looked at the challenges of meeting others, of being a master of one’s life, of accessing information/healthcare, rights and language skills.
Between AAU and Antropologerne we look forward to continuing working on the problems defined by the participants: Ideating, sketching scenarios, searching for relevant open data, and concretising challenges for our hackathon in the Autumn.
Thank you to the dedicated participants who attended our workshop and shared their experiences!
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