Co-creating open digital services for age-friendly cities and communities

Location:Royal Library of Belgium, Boulevard de l'Empereur 4, 1000 Brussels
Date:10.10.2018

Local governments are more and more using open data to provide public services to their citizens. However, they lack tools on how to involve citizens, especially older citizens, in the design, planning, implementation and evaluation of these initiatives in order to make them address citizens’ needs and expectations in their daily life.

 

The EU-funded Mobile Age project, together with older persons, has developed and tested co-creation methodology and tools in field sites across Europe (Bremen, South Lakeland, Zaragoza and Region Central Macedonia). The final conference of the project will be the opportunity to present both tools and feedback, helping other cities and regions benefit from them.

 

The event is free of charge. For more information consult https://www.mobile-age.eu/

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