Social Innovation Cities – 1 ottobre 2014
Social Innovation Cities è una giornata di co-design di idee e proposte per produrre la prima Innovation Agenda per la “Social Innovation City” del futuro.
L’evento si svolgerà il 1° ottobre in occasione della Innovation Week, promossa dalla Camera di Commercio di Roma e organizzata dalla sua Azienda Speciale Asset Camera, nell’ambito della Innovation Week e della Maker Faire – The European Edition.
300 persone, 30 tavoli, 30 facilitatori, 10 temi, 10 speaker di rilevanza internazionale,
al lavoro per co-creare il prototipo della Social Innovation City del futuro.
Attraverso la facilitazione di gruppi di lavoro durante l’evento e l’engagement sulla piattaforma simakers nei mesi precedenti, i partecipanti saranno chiamati a identificare le variabili chiave per lo sviluppo di un ecosistema di innovazione ad impatto sociale in una città metropolitana.
Dieci i topic trattati durante la giornata e sulla piattaforma: cinque temi e cinque strumenti per costruire le Social Innovation Cities del futuro. Tra questi: Making Resilient Cities; Open data, Food and Agriculture,Education and Youth Engagement.
Since February 2010, Alastair has been Director of Golden Lane Housing (GLH), the national housing charity for people with a learning disability in England and Wales.
|MARIA CARMO MARQUES PINTO
Maria do Carmo Marques Pinto is the President of the Operational Board of BIS-Social Innovation Bank and the Director for the Entrepreneurship and Social Economy in Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa.
Gianluigi Castelli is Eni’s Executive VP & CIO, where he is just completed a large ICT Transformation program and initiated a digitization program of the entire company named Eni Digital Enterprise.
Martin Dittus researches data-gathering communities at the Intel Collaborative Research Institute (ICRI) at University College London (UCL).
In his work he combines large-scale data analyses with his experience in community groups and their informal processes.
Ingrid Stange is Founder and Chair of Partnerhsip for Change and the PfC Social Innovation Fund.She also serves at the board of directors of a number of organizations promoting social innovation, developing sustainable business in challenged countries, as well as meeting climate challenges.
Layne is a fellow at the P2P Foundation in the philosophy of ethics and technology, and at the Asia Institute (Seoul) in the Technology Convergence and 3E Program (Energy, Economy, and Environment) with Tsukuba University, Japan.
James Hanusa is Chief Innovation Artist at UIX Global and Global Advisor to the Burning Man Project.
His work encompasses multi-stakeholder collaboration for economic development in cities. He is also focused on developing innovation ecosystems and bringing the creative process to city building.
In 2009 Amsterdam based conceptual artist Debra Solomon founded URBANIAHOEVE Social Design Lab for Urban Agriculture and began developing edible, ecological landscapes in the Hague borough Schilderswijk.
Since 2010 Urbaniahoeve has implemented a series of resilient urban food-system infrastructure at several locations in the public space in the Hague and
Marco Cochrane was born in to American artists in Venice in 1962 and raised in Northern California in the midst of the political and cultural movement of those times.
As a result, Marco learned respect for oneness, balance and the imperative to make the world a better place. In particular, he identified with the female struggle with oppression and saw feminine energy and power as critical to the world’s balance.
|MARC GARCIA FORTUNY
Marc Garcia is the co-founder of We Question Our Project, a service design studio based in Barcelona. He is a professional questioner, with a background in design and design thinking, and an MBA.
Marc works intensively with governments in local and European projects. He helps them improve their services by creating spaces where everything can be questioned and by involving citizens and public servants.
“Social Innovation Cities” is one day of co-design to produce the first Innovation Agenda for the “Social Innovation City” of the future.
“Social Innovation Cities – Makers at work” is the event that will be held in Rome on October, 1st 2014. This event is part of the European Maker Faire and The Innovation Week . Promoted by the Chamber of Commerce in Rome in collaboration with Arduino and Make, the ambitious goal of The Innovation Week is to put Rome at the centre of the all-encompassing debate on innovation.
300 people, 30 working groups, 30 facilitators, 10 topic, 10 speaker, all together
to produce the first Innovation Agenda for the “Social Innovation City” of the future.
Facilitating working groups during the event and involvement on the shared platform “simakers” will make it possible to identify the key variables to develop an innovative ecosystem with a social impact in a metropolitan city.
The topics under discussion by each table (physical and virtual) will refer, inter alia, to the levers of change such as: Making Resilient Cities; Open data, Food and Agriculture,Education and Youth Engagement.