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REBUILD Co-creation Workshops



The Co-Creation Workshop will be dedicated to present the participants the REBUILD use cases and scenarios in order to start focusing on both service providers and migrants daily life experience and situations. This activity will be inspired by storytelling and listening methodologies and will permit participants to share personal opinions and perspectives, by also focusing on personal life and situations. 

Second scope of the Co-Creation workshop, together with the validation of REBUILD concept and scenarios, will be the design of how the modules of the REBUILD toolbox are expected to work and interact with real users. This activity will leverage upon the REBUILD prototypes and mockups. 

As an output to this activity, the REBUILD team will evaluate the Use Cases developed by project partners and validate the REBUILD services, including feedback gathering and prioritization with participants of the 3 workshops services emerging as “needs” from the analysis being conducted with migrants/refugees users and with Local Service Providers.

Barcelona co-creation workshop, 21-22 October 2019

The event was split in two days and two different locations. The first day in Barcelona and the second one with UAB’s facilities at their campus in Bellaterra. Fundació Autònoma Solidaria and RefugeesWelcome Barcelona gave their support in organising the event. During the co-creation workshop, different groups of end-users and LSPs got involved in one of the most important activities foreseen in the project. The objective here was to involved REBUILD’s end-users in the design and conceptualisation of the tools that will be developed within the project.

Besides the relevance of the activity itself for the project, that was a perfect occasion the disseminate the project objectives and to engage all kind of users in the following activities.

Bologna co-creation workshop, 29-30 October, 2019

Thessaloniki co-creation Workshop, 29-30 November, 2019 

Rebuild project
European project
This project has received funding from the European Union’s
Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under
grant agreement No 822215.