The project easyRights (Enabling immigrants to easily know and exercise their rights) aims at facilitating migrants' access to services through innovative ICT solutions and at improving their understanding of their rights in this context.
The project follows a participatory, co-design approach, which understands the development of the (ICT) easyRights solutions as well as the entire project implementation as a cooperative and reflective (learning) process of all relevant stakeholders. The recently published publication Complex Projects and Transition-Driven Evaluation: The Case of the easyRights European Project describes the triple loop learning mechanism, its embedding in the evaluation and monitoring of the project, and the intended sustainable change process initiated by it.
Enabling immigrants to easily know and exercise their rights (easyRights)
- Projekt period: 01.01.2020 - 30.06.2022
- Projekt Leader: Mag. Dr. Lydia Theresia Rössl - Danube University Krems
- Funding: EU Horizon 2020, EU Commission