FRUSKA - Design workshop for disadvantaged young girls

Date: 2023.01.25
FRUSKA, our interdisciplinary design training and product development workshops for 10-to-18-year-old girls, has concluded successfully.

The objective of the program is to advance the social mobility of disadvantaged girls through supportive teaching designed to enhance their self-esteem, sense of autonomy and technological skill set.

The first series was co-organised by the Social Design Hub of the MOME Innovation Center and Láthatatlan Tanoda (Invisible Study Hall) and led by Janka Csernák, social design researcher at MOME Innovation Center.

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