Sándor Anikó : Participatory Innovation and Diverse Users Results of a Targeted Literature Review

The aim of this paper is to explore the basic concepts and various conceptualisations of participatory innovation processes. This analysis is part of a multi-stage research project within the disciplinary framework of Disability Studies and Innovation Management. Through targeted and integrative literature analysis, I examined how the literature defines participatory innovation and what benefits and... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2023.2.3

Fazekas-Vinkovits Ágnes Sarolta : What is behind the buzzwords. Mainstreaming Inclusion and Diversity in the CHARM-EU Alliance.

The study purposefully describes the work of CHARM-EU (CHallenge-driven, Accessible, Research-based, Mobile European University) European University Alliance in diversity, access, participation, and social inclusion. In a comprehensive way and from the point of view Working Group 6: inclusiveness points out the main opportunities and challenges that impacted the planning, implementation, and evaluation processes. Between 2019... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2023.1.6

Novák Géza Máté, Kunt Zsuzsanna, Horváth Zsuzsanna, Vass Dorottea : A Forum Theatre-based Research with Youths with Multiple Disadvantages

Our research project gives an account of the functioning of forum theatre and its intra- and intersubjective level dynamic processes within the framework of a qualitative arts-based participative action research. During the intervention, information has been gathered on the tools of forum theatre that improve self-efficacy to highlight the techniques of participation in the creative... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2021.2.6