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      02.03.2019 10:00 - in: Charity / CSR S

      An increasingly accessible Juventus

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      The club and Hackability have begun a collaboration to create solutions in order to make the Bianconeri world more accessible for people with disabilities

      How can you make Allianz Stadium, Juventus Museum and Juventus Stores more accessible? This is the question that Juventus, together with Hackability are posing to their fans. The non-profit organisation, Hackability – who specialise in social impact design, will work with the club, to bring together the skills of designers, creators and digital artisans, that will also work in-turn with people who have disabilities to collaborate on, as well as implement solutions that enable easier access to Bianconeri experiences.

      During the summer of 2018, a survey was sent out to over 5,000 fans with disabilities, in order to create a new path towards better understanding and inclusion.

      Juventus and Hackability invite designers, creators, digital artisans and people with disabilities to apply for “Hackability @ Juventus - the design marathon” that will take place between April-July 2019. With registration open from 18 January 2019 until Monday 4 March.

      The non-profit organisation, Hackability and the Club are working together with an alternative way of thinking and planning, because they both share the idea that a good solution always comes from a challenge with a strong need to be solved.

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