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Workshop: Design for inclusion services

Agenda 2030 - Transforming regions, changing the world

The second Includ-EU Regional Workshop is a part of the “Agenda 2030 – Transforming regions, changing the world” conference. The goal of the conference, which will take place on the 28-29th of October in Strasbourg (France) and online, is to show that regions play a key role, alongside cities, in facilitating the transformation which is required to successfully implement and achieve the goals in the 2030 Agenda.

The workshop is open to all interested stakeholders working on migration and interculturality, registration is available at this link.

The focus of the first day of workshop of the Includ-EU project will be on how to rethink services in light of crises and raising awareness on the role of design in shaping better and more sustainable services. Abram El-Sabagh, expert in designing strategic solutions for the Sustainable Development Goals, will facilitate the session, in which participants will immerse in a peer-learning exercise, which will help them to brainstorm collectively and identify challenges and opportunities to apply to the concrete specific needs of each regional/local reality.  

This is followed by a dynamic market-place exercise, where few regions and municipalities will present their own future strategy for integration, but also good practices and successful projects from the past programming period.  

Speakers include: 

  • Rabab Ahmad, Policy and Programme Analyst, Regional Office for the EEA, the EU and NATO, International Organization for Migration (IOM);
  • Alessia Rochira (Phd, Social Psychology, University of Salento): Research-based innovation action on immigrant adolescents as culture-brokers in school-families interactions;
  • Elisabeth Palmero (Project Coordinator, Equalcity): The Migrant Women & Girls Toolbox, Equalcity Project;
  • Giulia Maraviglia (SocioLab); Giuditta Giunti (ANCI Toscana): Service Design for Integration Services.

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