We are delighted to announce the publication on Social Sciences of a new article written by Giuliana Costa, Grazia Concilio, Maryam Karimi, Maria Vitaller del Olmo and Olga Kehagia.
The article describes the case of the easyRights project, an ongoing Horizon 2020 project aimed at improving migrants’ access to public services to ease exercising their rights. It presents the application of a co-design learning framework for the development of hackathons that aim to improve existing services. It also promotes the collaborative design of solutions that use ICTs to overcome the bureaucratic and idiomatic barriers migrants experience in their interactions with formal procedures
The article is available in open-access on the journal’s website: https://www.mdpi.com/2076-0760/11/2/54