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The social partners" groundwork on innovation

The social partners" groundwork on innovation

putting the spotlight on EQUAL"s achievements : (report of the European seminar of 30 May 2006, Brussels)

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Published by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities in Luxembourg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • EQUAL (Program),
  • Manpower policy -- European Union countries,
  • European Union countries -- Social policy

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsEuropean Commission. Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities. Unit B.4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination17 p. :
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15601180M
    ISBN 10927903104X
    ISBN 109789279031045

    2. Upscale social innovation into public policies 17 1. 1. Evaluating social innovation 17 2. 2. Social policy experimentation 18 3. Examples of social innovation funded by the Structural Funds 21 1. Social inclusion 22 2. Migration 25 3. Urban regeneration 26 4. The social economy 29 5. Microfinance 34 6. Health and ageing 37 7. Incubation 41 8.   This chapter examines the social entrepreneurship potentials of community-based organizations (CBOs) linked to nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) in the implementation of development programs. The conceptual framework of the study draws on the existing literature on social entrepreneurship and cooperatives. The study highlights the social and ecological roles and .

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Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: European Commission.

The Social Innovation Imperative explains why innovation is so important in the social sectors, such as education, healthcare and conservation.

Sandy Bates organizes easy steps into action and digs at the roots instead of just hacking at the leaves in social innovation Cited by: 7. The Open Book of Social Innovation is part of the Social Innovator series, which looks at ways to design, develop and grow social innovation.

It describes the methods and tools for innovation being used across the world and across different sectors – the public and private sectors, civil society and the household – in the overlapping fields.

John Jervis, IEG4, explains that whatever the future looks like, councils will need to adopt a culture of ongoing iteration and digital groundwork that enables innovation whilst encouraging collaboration. The current crisis, which came in addition to the changing demographics and economic.

The work is the result of a major collaboration between Nesta and the Young Foundation: two organisations that are committed to the role that social innovation can play in addressing the most pressing issues facing society today.

Download a full pdf of the publication. Welcome to Social Innovation Partners. Developing leaders and supporting organizations interested in government, non-profit, private-sector, and community innovation in child welfare, juvenile justice, education, youth development, economic opportunity, and public safety.

WP2: Measuring social innovation. Effective metrics about the scale, scope and impact of social innovation at the macro-level are critical to guiding policy makers in developing and supporting the field. WP2 analysed available data to better understand the growth, impact and potential for social innovation in Europe.

Based on that, we have. The book built upon her lectures as well as examples from her wide readings in history, psychology, law, and the human body. The impoverished and homeless are often the segment of society more affected by social workers.

Innovation in addressing the needs of this subgroup of the population in regards to frequent hunger, lack of access to. This e-book, presenting case studies on innovative ways of coping at local levels with challenges to social cohesion, has been made possible by contributions and collaboration from many sides.

We, the editors, first want to thank all the activists, professionals, administrators and policy makers that gave. The term social innovation has been used in a number of ways. Some of the earliest references to social innovation, dating back to the s, use the term to refer to experimental research within the social sciences and humanities.

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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Origin. The concept of social partners arose in Europe in part from the disorder following the Industrial e of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) states.

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In this article adapted from their new book, Jerry Davis and Chris White explore what makes some companies more fertile for social innovation — that is, the ongoing (rather than one-off. In light of these analysis objectives, the chapter is organized as follows: first, a conceptual framework of social entrepreneurship and social enterprise is provided in light of the prevailing economic literature (paragraph 2); secondly, the constituent elements of the paradigm of social innovation are analyzed in order to complete the conceptual framework in which, with a view to enterprise, the groundwork is laid for joining social .