On days 2-4 April participants from Finland (Turku University of Applied Sciences) and Poland (Social Sciences Faculty, University of Gdansk) met in European Solidarity Centre for Innocamp which stands for innovation camp. Their common task was to work creatively on a journalistic, social and even business project using the unique potential of the place. They had to take into consideration the point of view of visitors from all over the world and openness for local initiatives.
The winner was a group consisting of Polish, Finnish and German students and their idea based on sending packages.
The project was coordinated by dr. Adam Jagiello-Rusilowski and realized in cooperation with Turku University of Applied Sciences and European Solidarity Centre.
Members of the jury:
Anna Fedas – social projects specialist from European Solidarity Centre
Dr. Beata Czechowska-Derkacz – University of Gdansk spokesperson
Dr. Monika Białek – University of Gdansk
Dr. Michalina Rutka – University of Gdansk
Marta Wróbel – architect, Design Thinking specialist
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Photos: Magdalena Jagiełło-Rusiłowska