EdgeRyders is a joint project of the Council of Europe and the European Commission, and has been described as ‘the largest think-tank in the world’ where young Europeans are collaborating and sharing experiences about what it means to transition to an independent, active life.
Alberto Cottica and Lyne Robichaud from the EdgeRyders team discuss how the project’s combination of social technologies and open conversation with ethnographic analysis is revealing new ways for Government to design policies and programs not just for young people, but also for society at large.
More information about this episode is available at Gov 2.0 Radio.
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