Working Towards an Inclusive Future For All
It is crucial for better integration of (im)migrants to improve the
‘easiness to exercise’ their rights!
HELPING IMMIGRANTS UNDERSTAND THEIR RIGHTS
A Bit of Background
We are a European H2020 project and our aim is a simple one - to combine co-creation and AI technology to make it easier for immigrants to understand and access the services they are entitled to.
Bringing together immigrants, the public sector and private organisations, easyRights will develop a platform that will provide personalised, context-aware information to its users, taking into account background, demographics and language skills. The platform will support immigrants in their search for responses for different needs in a manner that saves time for both migrants and for social service staff and cutting costs for the public administration
The easyRights platform will be developed and deployed in four pilot locations (Birmingham, Larissa, Palermo and Malaga). Follow our pilots as we begin our easyRights journey.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
easyRights will be trialled in the following locations...
The winning solution
Birmingham - a translation widget using easyRights technology in audio and written format for the brumbreathes website.
Larissa - a solution proposing automation of the process and the immediate storage and management of data related to the application for certification of permanent residence and the issuance of a certificate of permanent residence.
Malaga - a voice assistant that uses easyRights technology to build a structure that is complemented with a narrated experience in the migrants' language and some added features.
Palermo - an application that facilitates the understanding of the steps necessary to access the registry services of the municipality of Palermo.
How it helps immigrants?
Birmingham - understand the information on the brumbreathes website correctly and in the language that they are familiar with, easily read the simple steps to what is crucial information in the format of “What”, “Where”, “When”, “How” and learn to pronounce important service-related words.
Larissa - reduce as much as possible the communication with natural language and physical presence.
Malaga - save time and effort as they navigate through the asylum process.
Palermo - know all the necessary steps and the documents to bring and fill in to start the registration procedures, reducing waiting times, and helping them with the language barriers.
More info on the challenges of the hackathons can be found here.