Like the control surfaces of aircraft wings, FLAPP! it helps to fly, promotes interaction, and facilitates the exercise of full citizenship.


It is a remote digital support service for adolescents and young people 16 to 23 years old who are or have been in guardianship by public child protection systems, many of whom are or have been unaccompanied migrant minors. FLAPP! is accessible from smartphones and computers, offering to the adolescents and youngsters a kit of digital tools that facilitate their process of transition to adulthood, emancipation and inclusion in society.

At the same time FLAPP! facilitates the work of social workers, Public Authorities and NGO that give them support and accompaniment.

Taking into account that practically all adolescents and vulnerable youngsters between 16 and 23 that are attended by the childcare and protection systems or by other socio-educational organizations have a smartphone, FLAPP! takes advantage of the potential that digital technology offers today to innovate in the services and socio-educational resources made available to this group, providing a digital platform that contains a set of tools adapted to their reality and that of our society, which allow to offer solutions some of the difficulties experienced by these adolescents and young people in the various stages they go through, whether they have arrived from other countries or not, whether they are o have been un guardianship, or with other vulnerable profiles.

The FLAPP! digital toolkit has been codesigned in a participatory way with more than 120 adolescents and youngsters from different origins and situations, with educators and social workers from the public care and protection system, and with academic experts in the socio-educational, technological, ethical and legal aspects. Once the tools were developed, five in total, they have been experimented, evaluated and improved with the participation of these same adolescents and youngsters, with the accompaniment of educators and with the follow-up of external evaluators.

FLAPP! is in the process of being used by un increasing number of NGO and public services in Spain.

Lead by

Fundació iSocial


Fundació Idea
Sant Pere Claver
Universitat de Barcelona
Fundació R3silis
Punt de Referència
Mass Factory

In collaboration with

Alba Jussà

Supported by

Obra Social la Caixa

Projectes d’innovació



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