Social Innovation: Methods & Skills
Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: May 31, 2017
Our organisation has elected as its priority the activities of local and social development in order to build projects that support social inclusion and solidarity. Creativi108 uses a model based on the active participation of the community. We are engaged in the formal and non- formal training of young people and adults through specific pathways of active citizenship, social inclusion of people with disabilities, intercultural skills, internationalisation and self- entrepreneurship.
The project "Social Innovation: Methods & Skills" aims at the strategic development of the organisation with 28 mobilities in 2 years. The project will be an occasion to get closer to European policies and to new social innovation discoveries with the objective of implementing training and networking activities. The mobility activities are addressed to the following countries: UK, France, Ireland, Germany, Belgium and Malta.
Participation in the "Convergences World Forum" to be held in France from the 7th to the 9th September 2015 will gather together 380 speakers and 5000 participants and will be an occasion to implement our European network.
"Convergences" is the first platform for thought in Europe which aims to build new connection among public and private stakeholders in order to promote new ideas for social development.
The three year development plan of Creativi108 wants to tackle both internal tranformations and social external transformations.
The social innovation, supported by Creativi108, is the process of project planning, development and growth of new ideas able to overcome social problems.
Social innovation means the use of new technologies and new organisational protocols.
The strategy promoted by our association wants to support the development of a team of social innovators for the construction of ideas and solutions useful for the entire community.
Our challenge is to become more competitive through talent, innovation and internationalisation. The aim is to support the objectives of the programme Erasmus+, to develop social capital and talent among the staff in their lifelong learning.
The staff involved will enhance the management skills of the association in order to identify quality methodologies in the coordination of European projects, improve the use of social media, strengthen English language skills, and gain experience as a team of social innovators. The capacity to transfer new competences to the community will create social events open to everybody. OER platforms for mobility results will be disseminated and discussed on a round table between non-profit and representatives of local institutions.
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