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Social Innovation: The new Buzz Word for supporting Youth in connecting Education and the Labor Market?. From Welfare State to Civil Society (1). Context Long lasting recession  budget cuts Stacking of effects affecting citizens, e.g. impoverishment

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Social Innovation: The new Buzz Word for supporting Youth in connecting Education and the Labor Market?
from welfare state to civil society 1
From Welfare State toCivil Society (1)

Context

  • Long lasting recession  budget cuts
  • Stacking of effects affecting citizens, e.g. impoverishment
  • Population ageing  increase in elderly care
  • Unemployment, incl. combating youth unemployment
  • Increase in sense of own responsibility & active participation
from welfare state to civil society 11
Different roles for

Citizens: participation,empowerment, self-organisation,care for one another

Government: from doing to directing,multi level governance, partnership, co-production, co-creation

Institutions in the social field: partnership, networking

From Welfare State toCivil Society (1)
3 decentralisation processes 1
3 DecentralisationProcesses (1)

Transfer of tasks and responsibilities from central to local government, with less budget…

Per 1 January 2015

  • Welfare and Care
  • Youth Care
  • Labor Market Participation
3 decentralisation processes 11
3 DecentralisationProcesses (1)

Urgency to cooperate in the region

  • With other citiesand municipalities
  • With partnersin the social field
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Delft is workingtogetherwith:
  • Rijswijk, intensely (SSC CCC)
  • Haaglanden, ParticipationYouth Care
  • DWO, Welfare & Care
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Delft’s Social Vision

Empowerment of individuals, joiningforces

Everybody is welcomeandwillreceive the sameopportunities

Delft is a goodcityforeducation, living andworking

Participation & Inclusion

An attractivesocialclimate & a solidstructure of community services

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Social vision, social innovation

Safety net

Long-term loss of control

Tailor made services

Temporary loss of control

Active citizenship

Basic community services

Empowerment

Stimulate to participate

Prevention

principles of delft s social innovation
Principles of Delft’s Social Innovation
  • Emphasis on prevention and pro-action to prevent deterioration
  • Focus on multi-problem situations
  • Demand driven & integrated approach: What is needed to address problems coherently? Looking for creative solutions within one’s personal environment
  • Frontline Steering: 1 family – 1 plan – 1 budget – 1 coach (multidisciplinary, in social teams)
  • Accomplishing this together with our partners in the social field
from education to the labor market
FromEducationtothe LaborMarket

Policies

  • Youth Office: One Stop Shop  which helps youngsters to go to school or have a work placement
  • Regional Signalling and Monitoring Office (RMC)
    • Compulsory school attendance until 18 years
    • Support to obtain a study qualification (minimum standard), 18-23 years
    • Social Assistance Act, 23-27 years: education or work placement
early school l eavers 1
Earlyschool-leavers(1)

Youngsters up to 23 years old who leave school without a qualification at high school level or at vocational training level

The Netherlands

some examples from delft
Someexamplesfrom Delft
  • Single parents/Teen mums
    • Support schemes to combine school & care / job & care
  • Action Plan Combating Youth Unemployment
    • Techniekpact: foster technology education at all school levels
  • Green jobs
    • Provide jobs related to sustainable energy and economy, maintenance of public spaces (ESF)
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Youth Participation in Delft

‘welfare state’

‘civil society’

‘social innovation’

change of politician and politics

independent foundation (15-21 years old)

initiation by deputy mayor

social

100% voluntary

political and social

assignment to welfare organisation

ten projects

cooperation

two projects

supporting other (groups of) youngsters

political

ups and downs

€39.000,-

€12.500,-

2002

2009

2012 Q3 and on

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We took the European challenge to Delft

JouwDelft & Co.

  • 10 European cities (Delft, Chartres, Speyer, Roskilde, and others)
  • 4 youngsters and 1 policy advisor per city
  • Local politicians, social workers and youngsters
  • 65 participants
  • 6 days
  • November 2012
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We came up with innovations

Just a handful of the advises

  • make internships more accessible to all students (higher and lower education)
  • stimulate companies to pay their interns just enough to be self-sufficient
  • make short internships available to let a student orientate on different jobs
  • support youngsters to start their own business by setting up incubators
  • incorporate entrepreneurship into the education system
  • communicate more with youngsters about all the different possibilities
  • focus on educating youngsters in English, other cultures and Europe
  • organize exchanges for students at a very young age to ensure their language skills, European mind-set, which ensures mobility on the job market
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One of the innovations in practice

Youth Unemployment

‘enough’ jobs in the city of Delft

youngsters are lazy ‘couch potatoes’

10% job searching 90% Facebook

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Work in YourDelft

Steps to social innovation within this project

  • Step 1: inform youngsters about local job openings through Facebook
  • Step 2: connect local businesses actively with youngsters looking for a job
  • Step 3: support youngsters in finding a ‘real’ job
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Social Innovation!

Modern media don’t make it innovative

Taking the responsibility, that’s the innovation!

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A new youth congress

Organised by youngsters from Holland

  • Youth Unemployment & Movement of youngsters to cities
  • November 2013
  • North of Holland
  • Max. 5 youngsters per delegation
  • Around 12 delegations
  • On-site costs covered and €50,- of the travel costs per person

Still looking for delegations…

thank you for your attention
Thankyouforyour attention!

Patrick van Geel, City of Delft, [email protected]

Alwin Snel, JouwDelft, [email protected]

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