Creating trustworthy and accessible digital public services for migrants
Trust-M is a partnership between Aalto University, University of Helsinki, Tampere University, and City of Espoo. The project aims to create trustworthy digital public services for improved integration of migrants in Finland, hence strengthening Finnish society through increased inclusion and economic vibrance.
- How to align thoughts as a diverse team of experts? We started ”Getting on the same page” (GOSP) workshop as an internal practice for collaborative sense making and aligning research goals.
- Summer Design Studio: Helping Migrants Navigate Public Services in FinlandIn the summer of 2023, Sofia Kasari joined the Trust-M Tampere Design Team together with Anfang Liu, Tim Sowa and Ville Minkkinen to redesign information flows of migrant services.
- Migrant Rights X Finnish Immigration PoliciesA public forum to discuss the effects of the proposed immigration laws in the government programme on the rights of diverse migrant groups in Finland.
- Stretching our empathy towards migrant challenges: collaborative workshops with the city of EspooWe organized three workshops with our colleagues from the city of Espoo to empathize with migrant challenges.