Scale OUT roadshow Webinar martedì 21 dicembre dalle 11 alle 13
Il webinar sarà l’occasione per la presentazione e la discussione delle tre azioni pilota condotte dai tre partner italiani del progetto +Resilient (ANCI, Regione Veneto, Camera di Commercio Treviso e Belluno). Il progetto, co-finanziato nell’ambito del programma Interreg Med, ha supportato iniziative territoriali di innovazione e sviluppo sostenibile. Il progetto è stato condotto da 14 partner in 8 paesi europei. I tre partner italiani hanno promosso iniziative sui temi dell’innovazione urbana, della valorizzazione delle competenze nelle politiche attive del lavoro, e del turismo sostenibile. La presentazione e il confronto delle diverse esperienze punta all’emersione di spunti condivisi su strumenti e soluzioni per l’innovazione nello sviluppo di città e territori.
Sandra Rainero e Francesca Nadalin (Regione Veneto) Promuovere l’incontro tra competenze e lavoro per lo sviluppo locale
Elena Zambelli e Roberto Sandrini (Camera di Commercio di Treviso e Belluno) La promozione della responsabilità sociale nel settore turistico
Massimo Allulli (ANCI) La ricerca sul Laboratorio di Innovazione Urbana Palazzo Guerrieri a Brindisi
Scale UP workshop webinar 20 dicembre dalle 11 alle 13
Il webinar sarà l’occasione per la presentazione del rapporto della ricerca condotta da ANCI sulle diverse iniziative di sviluppo e partecipazione attivate dal Comune di Brindisi a partire dal Laboratorio di Innovazione Urbana Palazzo Guerrieri. La ricerca è parte dell’azione pilota realizzata da ANCI nell’ambito del progetto Interreg Med +Resilient, che unisce 14 partner in 8 paesi europei nel supporto all’innovazione nello sviluppo locale. Il webinar sarà l’occasione per mettere a confronto diversi strumenti per il supporto all’economia del territorio, con il contributo tra gli altri del partner di progetto Barcelona Activa, agenzia di sviluppo della Municipalità di Barcellona.
Introduce e Coordina
Annalisa Gramigna (Ifel- Istituto per la Finanza e l’Economia Locale)
Massimo Allulli (Ufficio Studi ANCI)
Felice Addario (sociologo)
Davide Agazzi (Palazzo Guerrieri)
Giulio Gazzaneo (Consigliere Comune di Brindisi con delega a Palazzo Guerrieri)
Rosa Panades Blas (Barcelona Activa)
Deborah Galimberti (Dottoressa di Ricerca in Scienza Politica e Studi Urbani Università Milano Bicocca/Università di Lione)
The webinar will present the main contributions of the +Resilient Project in the field of the skills for social innovation and sustainable organizations. Starting from the +Resilient transnational study on skills and organizational elements assessment to foster social digital innovation, we will present the concrete pilot actions in different regions on the field.
The results of the project has provided new insights in the debate of the future of work by bringing the contributions from social economy and social responsiveness enterprises.
Introduction: Massimo Allulli – ANCI
PART I. +ResilientTransnational Study on Skills Identification and Development in Social Innovation
The +Resilient Research Results in the Debate of the Future of Work: Lídia Arroyo – UOC
Skills and Capabilities for Social Innovation in the Veneto Region: Francesca Nadalin – Veneto Region
PART II. +Resilient Pilot Plan & Stakeholders
Pilot Plan in Barcelona: Skills Identification and Development in the Care SectorRosa Panades – Barcelona Activa
Fundació BCN Formació Professional: The health and care sectors regarding the Vocational Education and Training (VET) Pau Alarcón & Ana Vicente– Fundació BCN Formació Professional
Conclusions – Closing Remarks: Lídia Arroyo – UOC
The webinar is open to public, but registration is required. Registration will be open until the 6th of October 2021 and all registered participants will receive the link for participation to the webinar.
The webinar will be the occasion to present and discuss activities developed in the framework of +Resilient and that directly involved Public Authorities. Study visits and pilot actions showed how Local and Regional Governments are key actors in supporting social innovation. The webinar will focus on the lessons learned on the role of Tourism sector in promoting Social Innovation and Clusters with high social vocation and responsiveness.
Chamber of Commerce Treviso Belluno – Italy
+Resilient project presentation
(Veneto Region – Italy)
Social Innovation and Tourism – keynote speech
Prof. Maurizio Busacca (University of Venice – Italy)
The initiatives enacted by the Chamber of Commerce of Treviso Belluno to foster and support social economy and tourism.
Simona Aceto (ECIPA – Italy)
The contribution of Open Data to tourism services
Duccio Schiavon (Quantitas Srl – Italy)
Tourism, social innovation, innovative local products in COVID 19 situation on countryside of Styria
Janja Viher, (Prizma Foundation – Slovenia)
Questions and answers
The webinar is open to public, but registration is required. Registration will be open until the 27th of September 2021 and all registered participants will receive the link for participation to the webinar.
The webinar will be the occasion to present and discuss activities developed in the framework of +Resilient that are supporting participation and stakeholder’s involvement in the social innovation process.
A frequently quoted definition from Open Book on Social Innovation describes social innovations as:
‘New ideas (products, services and models) that simultaneously meet social needs and create new social relationships or collaborations.
In other words, they are innovations that are both good for society and enhance society’s capacity to act.
Participation and stakeholders’ involvement plays an essential role in social innovation. Engaging people and stakeholder’s involvement and cooperation in developing new ways of tackling social challenges that we are facing in our communities leads to more effective and more legitimate solutions accepted by the community. There are some key reasons why participation and stakeholder’s involvement is important for social innovation. Engagement:
enables a better understanding of social needs
enables diversity and provides a channel for new solutions
can increase the legitimacy of the solutions (projects/ decisions)
enables responses to complex challenges that require varied and unexpected sources offering diverse and new perspectives.
Evaluation of the Resilient + pilot actions showed an important methodological dimension of the pilot actions and that is that most partners have largely used participative methods at each step of the pilot action implementation. This is seen as one of the impacts of the Resilient project, which emphasized, from the beginning, the importance of participative process in social innovation dynamics and process.
The aim of this webinar is to share experiences, tools and lessons learned that could be used to boost greater participation and stakeholders’ involvement in the social innovation process.
Introduction +Resilient project and overview on transferring activities
Massimo Allulli (ANCI)
Boosting social innovation in Maribor city (tools and lessons learned)
Dušanka Lužar Šajt, Aljaž Brodnjak
Importance of involving citizens in identifying community challenges, proposing solutions, and strengthening cooperation among citizens and stakeholders in Maribor
Neva Pipan (Municipality of Maribor)
Community of Practice to overcome labour mismatch (Lessons learned and tools used to boost participation and stakeholders involvement)
Francesca Nadalin – Veneto Lavoro
Lorenzo Liguoro – Veneto Lavoro
Upskilling and training in care sector – importance, tools and lessons learned -participation and stakeholders involvement
Rosa Panades – Barcelona Activa
Jordi Picas – Director of Innovation at Suara coop
Conclusion and wrap-up
The webinar is open to public, but registration is required. Registration will be open until the 26th of September 2021 and all registered participants will receive the link for participation to the webinar.
This webinar will be the occasion to present and discuss part of the activities carried out during the +Resilient Project that contributed to foster social entrepreneurship and social innovation incubators. Based on pilot actions and study visits, this webinar will focus on sharing experiences and lessons learned from these activities. A pedagogical tool will be presented by Inter-Made, an incubator based in Marseille dedicated to social economy and social innovation, which was part of the +Resilient project.
The +Resilient project: Francesca Nadalin (Veneto Region)
Presentation of the webinar: Francesca Petrella and Nadine Richez-Battesti (Aix-Marseille University)
+Resilient initiatives to promote social entrepreneurship and social enterprises
Developing a training programme on Social Entrepreneurship Nadia Karra (REMTH, Greece)
Social innovations for Sustainable Regional Development Ivana Nikles (Regional Coordinator for European Programmes and Funds of the Region of Istria)
Valentina Anic and Mihaela Pokos – Moneo Consulting
Social Innovation and Generativity in the Mediterranean City: Massimo Allulli (ANCI – National Association of Italian Municipalities)
Questions and answers
Inter-Made, a social innovation and social economy incubator (Marseille)
Laura Sanna (Inter-Made, Marseille)
Questions and answers
The webinar is open to public, but registration is required. Registration will be open until the 17th of September and all registered participants will receive the link for participation to the webinar
The webinar will be the occasion to present and discuss activities developed in the framework of +Resilient and that directly involved Public Authorities. Study visits and pilot actions showed how Local and Regional Governments are key actors in supporting social innovation. The webinar will focus on the lessons learned on the role of Public Authorities in promoting Social Innovation and Clusters with high social vocation and responsiveness.
Francesca Nadalin (Veneto Region)
Social Innovation and Generativity in the Mediterranean City
Massimo Allulli (ANCI – National Association of Italian Municipalities)
The initiatives enacted by the Municipality of Barcelona to foster and support social economy and innovation.
Rosa Panades Blas (Barcelona Activa)
The induction of social innovation – from failure to the Regional Center for Social Innovation
Helga Može (Foundation for Partnership and Civil Society Development – Istrian Region)
Deborah Galimberti (PhD, University of Florence, Department of Political and Social Sciences)
Questions and answers
The webinar is open to public, but registration is required. Registration will be open until the 13th of July and all registered participants will receive the link for participation to the webinar
The webinar will be the occasion to present and discuss the activities carried out so far in the context of +Resilient Project. Many of the activities (pilot actions, study visits, research) entailed the use and development of digital tools. These activities will give some inputs to discuss the potential role of digital tools in fostering social innovation and the creation of clusters with high social vocation and responsiveness.
Francesca Nadalin – Veneto Region
Despina Mitropoulou & Kostas Papadimas – GFOSS
Paula Pena – Teresa Gaspar – Itainnova
Alexandra Mendonca & Ana Catita- RCDI
Conclusions – Closing Remarks:
Massimo Allulli – ANCI
The webinar is open to public, but registration is required. Registration is now closed. All registered participants will receive the link for participation to the webinar.
The goal of the webinar is to provide insights on how to identify, generate and consolidate social digital innovation within organizations to make them more resilient. The webinar will transfer the results of the transnational study produced by the +Resilient project and will count on stakeholders with expert knowledge on social digital innovation.
The specific objectives of the webinar are:
Provide analytical and practical tools on how identify social digital innovation.
Identify professional skills and organizational settings to generate an inclusive social digital innovation for resilient organizations
Offer practical tools to analyze the sustainability of technological social innovations, as well as what actions allow it to adapt to new contexts and generate networks.
It is addressed to all stakeholders who are interested in implementation social digital innovation within their organizations.
It is organized by GenTIC-IN3, Open University of Catalonia (UOC) and will count on experts from:
GenTIC, Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, Open University of Catalonia: Lídia Arroyo, Dr Jörg Müller.