FunDoo to more than 300 adolescents and young adults, who had the opportunity to try the new digital skills development tool and start planning their future today.
FunDoo was launched in March ago by UNICEF and Junior Achievement Greece, aiming to equip adolescents and young adults aged 15-24 with 21st-century skills and to prepare them for the labor market through a series of interactive tasks, exclusively designed to focus on the process of learning through play. The users can complete the tasks on their smartphones in any order and time they prefer.
In April, a number of events took place throughout Greece in order to introduce the tool to the youth. The “journey” of FunDoo began with its presentation on Friday, April 21, at the 1st “Athens Civil Society Festival”, which was organized by the Municipality of Athens and “SynAthina”. The event was held at Serafio, Athens, where FunDoo was officially presented to the public by means of an interactive workshop.
The next stop was Komotini, where 90 students of the 1st General Lyceum and the Minority Gymnasium/Lyceum (Junior and Senior High School) of Komotini, as well as students from the Democritus University of Thrace, gathered at the Municipal Library and learned more about this chat-based digital tool through an experiential activity. The event was organized by the Municipality of Komotini, in collaboration with the “Exagono” youth and volunteering center and the Social Cooperative Enterprise “Thra.ki.”, marking the participation of the Municipality of Komotini in the UNICEF Programme “Child Friendly Cities”.