The NADINE project will be taking part in the European Week of Regions and Cities, and invites you to join our virtual Q&A session: ICT for migrant inclusion in the EU.

The session will take place virtually on Zoom on Tuesday 6th October from 11 to 12 CEST.

The session will be hosted by Andrew Stapleton, Project Leader, aspire-igen Group Ltd., Bradford, United Kingdom, and the speakers are Nicholas Vretos, Computer Scientist from Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Greece; and Anna Zoakou, Project manager, Odyssea, Greece.

The session aims to give insight into the interaction and links between end users and technical standpoint, by focusing on the users’ needs, how the technology addresses these needs and how the NADINE solution solves real life problems.

During the Q&A session Anna Zoakou will answer questions regarding the NADINE solution and platform from the users’ perspective, and Nicholas Vretos answers’ will take a technical approach.

You can read more about the session here, and register your place online here.

The registration deadline is 27th September 2020.

If you have already registered for the Q&A session, you can submit questions to be asked during the session using the online form below:

Registration is free, but there are limited places, and we welcome your attendance to explore the topic, as we aim to engage people in a fruitful discussion on the NADINE system and how it allows public authorities and guidance professionals to offer a personalised service to migrants based on real needs and the opportunities available to them.