+RESILIENT 5th Webinar: “Use of Open Data”

Posted Posted in Webinar
February 2nd, 2021, 10:00 – 13:00 (CET)

One of the +Resilient supporting legs is the open data technology, which is widely unknown by non-technical organizations and organisms. To try to mind this gap, this webinar aims to spread the knowledge of this technology and to show some uses among the partners of the + Resilient Project and the pilot action stakeholders.

This topic is deemed to be useful both for public and private bodies interested in deepening their knowledge of Open Data and its potential usages.

In the first session of the Webinar, our invited speaker will introduce the Open Data technology and where it comes from.

In the second session of the Webinar, the participants will have an overview of the potential benefits of Open Data when dealing with public institutions and local governments.

Finally, in the third session the participants will get first-hand knowledge about some European initiatives that use open data to reach their objectives.

The webinar is open to everyone and free of charge, but registration is required.

Registration for this webinar is now closed.

Information will be sent to registered participants.

+RESILIENT 4th Webinar: “Supporting Social Entrepreneurship and Social Responsibility”

Posted Posted in News, Social Innovation, Webinar

January 28th, 2021, 10:00 – 13:00 (CET)

Objectives and contents of the webinar

Social entrepreneurship and social responsibility is a very broad theme that can be addressed in many different ways. The approach adopted for the 4th Webinar was to focus on a specific topic – Business models for social entrepreneurship.

This topic is deemed to be useful both for public and private bodies providing support to social entrepreneurs and also for social organisations (profit and non-profit), therefore covering the range of possible interests of +Resilient partners and stakeholders.

In the first session of the Webinar our invited speaker, Boris Golob, will introduce the Business Model Methodology using an approach based on a modified version of the Business Model Canvas, to include social and environmental perspectives.

In the second session of the Webinar the participants will have the opportunity for practical work in groups, addressing issues such as: How to create and screen a social business idea? How to integrate financial, social and environmental aspects in the analysis? How to review/rethink the business model of a social organisation in operation?

The participation in the webinar is open, but registration is required. The agenda is available here.

Registration for this webinar is now closed.

Additional information will be sent to registered participants.

+ RESILIENT 3rd Webinar Monitoring and evaluation methods for social innovation

Posted Posted in Evaluation & Monitoring, Webinar
January 15th, 2021, 10:00 – 13:00 (CET)

The aim of this webinar is to support partners of the + Resilient Project and the pilot action stakeholders in their evaluation process. It will help them to evaluate their own pilot action by presenting a method and discussing about its practical implementation in each region and by each team. This webinar will also serve as a first building block on the road to the Living Lab.

The webinar is open, but registration is required.

Registration for this webinar is now closed.

Information will be sent to registered participants.

You can find here the Programme for the webinar.

+Resilient 2nd webinar – “Ideation tools and techniques for public service design and social innovation“

Posted Posted in Social Innovation, Webinar

DECEMBER 18TH 2020 10:00 – 13:30 CET

INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES OF THE WEBINAR

How can we foster truly innovative and sustainable solutions for the well-being of our citizens and enterprises? What can be done to involve the movers and the shakers to make innovative solutuons work? And how can we do it at the times of social distancing and digitalization? If you want to get some answers to these questions join the + RESILIENT webinar on December 18th, 2020.

The aim of this webinar is to share some basic approaches and methods for social innovation development within the framework of „co-design“.

It is addressed to the +RESILIENT partners and the MED Community interested in co-creation of social innovation that addresses challenges that are not currently tackled adequately, with a participatory and integrated approach.

It helps the + RESILIENT partners to mobilize and involve stakeholders for their pilot action, transfer and capitalization, but more in general stakeholders in the MED area to work on integrated and sustainable development and social cohesion. It includes methods of Service Design, Action planning, Design thinking to mention a few approaches.

The webinar will be in itself an exercise of participatory work (with tips to adapt such processes to the virtual environment), participants should be ready to actively contribute to the webinar.

The webinar is open, but registration is required.

Please register here by December 14, 2020 at latest. Information will be sent to registered participants.

+Resilient 1st webinar – Presentation of +Resilient Open Data Platform

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In the context of +Resilient project, GFOSS kick starts the series of 6 webinars that will be organised between November 2020 and February 2021, with the organisation of the 1st webinar on Monday, November 30th 2020.  The webinar will present the +Resilient Open Data Platform, that has been implemented as part of the project in order to support the partners and stakeholders that participate in the +Resilient project.

This webinar will be a hands on experience for the participants, since they will be able to explore the functionalities of the platform and how they will be able to use the platform and the services provided within, as a tool for the implementation of their pilot actions and transfer knowledge to the stakeholders of the project.

The webinar will be held by GFOSS experts, Despina Mitropoulou and Konstantinos Papadimitriou. It will start at 10.00 am CET and will last approximately 2.5 hours.

For your participation, you need to register in the registration form here.

You will receive the final program and the link for your participation a few days before the webinar.