As part of the SIRIUS Project, the WORKEEN gaming app was designed and developed to help users - particularly, migrants, asylum seekers and refugees from different countries - increase their chances of successful integration, with a focus on issues related to the labour market (e.g. finding a job, preparing for the interview, and training soft and practical skills for the job itself).
Next 23 March join CERC Migration and the University Parma as they co-host a panel of innovative experts and creators of the WORKEEN app to explore labour market integration support for migrants, asylum seekers and refugees globally through the design and use of this game.
Antonio Ascolese, Lecturer, Sigmun Freud University, Digital Project Manager, imaginary s.r.l, and Creator of WORKEEN app
Simone Baglioni, Professor of Sociology, University of Parma, and Project Coordinator and Principal Investigator, SIRIUS Project
Ada Wong, Vice President of Marketing, Communications and Digital Strategies, ACCES Employment
Chair: Anna Triandafyllidou, Canada Excellence Research Chair in Migration and Integration, Ryerson University and Team Leader, SIRIUS Project
Please find the registration link to the webinar here: