Quizrr is a part of MOVE
October 20, 2020
Quizrr is proud to be a part of the MOVE initiative, that have launched a multi-lingual mobile app, with information and training to migrant workers from Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar in Thailand about worker rights, ethical recruitment and how to stay safe in times of the on-going pandemic.
“With MOVE and the Quizrr GO app, Quizrr is taking the first step to bring knowledge to migrant workers outside the workplace, using the same engaging and gamified manner as in our existing workplace training programs. The MOVE initiative will further explore how to extend reach and adjust content to serve the needs of these vulnerable groups going forward” says Sofie Nordström, Co-Founder Quizrr.
The mobile app will be available via United Nations’ International Organisation for Migrations (IOM) website www.mitrthai.com.The digital platform enable migrant workers with easy access to relevant and reliable information and training in their native language.
MOVE is a multi-stakeholder initiative aiming to empower migrant workers in global supply chains through easily accessible digital training, shared knowledge and constructive dialogue. Quizrr is one of the founders of MOVE together with Axfoundation, the Nordic grocery actors Axfood and Unil Norway, HP, global appliance company Electrolux, IOM and Canadian tech-company Ulula.
Read the full press release from the MOVE initiative published on Axfoundation’s website to learn more.
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