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With financial support from the European Union. WIT first collected data and scenarios. Germana Di Falco , External Expert on behalf of Province of Milan, Berlin , International Conference , 15° May 2014. CONTENTS. Why a WIT WebGIS ? Our idea and the concrete results

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wit first collected data and scenarios

With financial support from the European Union

WIT first collected data and scenarios

Germana Di Falco, External Expert on behalf of Province of Milan, Berlin, International Conference, 15° May 2014

contents
CONTENTS
  • Why a WIT WebGIS?
  • Our idea and the concrete results
  • Thereis more innovation to be valued
crowdsourcing to generate new skills and new jobs
CROWDSOURCING TO GENERATE NEW SKILLS AND NEW JOBS

Notonlyideas, people and organisation

The challenge to focus on whatis best and to pave the way to transferability

Two-foldexpectedoutcomes: a. EU policy; b. skills and innovation

The effort to produce «concrete» research

A common goal, based on open platform in order to activate «crowd-working», COP, social work opportunities for social workers

why web gis
Whyweb GIS

Find and inspire

Find and cooperate

Operate and share

Partecipate in a «bottom-up» process for upgrading training schemes, regulatoryframeworks, professionalmobility, overallcapacity to face new societalchallenges

click and explore
CLICK and EXPLORE

Thereis a SCOPE to deepen and enlarge

SELECT

CONNECT

OPTIMIZE

PROMOTE

ENHANCE

Webelieve in participatoryapproach

not so weak signals of innovation drivers
NOT SO WEAK SIGNALS OF INNOVATION DRIVERS

Opportunities and challenges

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An integrated model of innovative social service in the "one-stop shop" community for e-inclusion of people with disabilities
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House & Home. Supporting temporary social housing for neo-adult girls coming out of paths of protection and for foreign families with minors

foresight
FORESIGHT

A path to be built

innovation
INNOVATION

Innovation drivers

New innovative solutions

Oldtools for new fields (peer-to peersupport for mentalillness)

New training and qualifications for traditionalprofessionalprofiles (i.e. lawyers)

New contents, new spaces (transculturality, libraries)

New sustainability

  • New needs/emergingproblems
  • New organisationalmodels for service delivery (light assistance)
  • New tools (elderly and distance/e-care)
new scene new movie
NEW SCENE, NEW MOVIE?
  • 1. Migration in Europe. A refuge for the need or a need of the receiving countries?
  • 2. Lost youth or another social revolution: the M15 movement in Europe and around the world.
  •  3. Families, or who is paying the consequences of the crisis?
  • 4. On a bench in the sun and with a walking stick in their hands. The elderly: between the family and institutionalization during the last stages of life.
  • 5. The poor, the poorer and the miserably poor. Who is affected by today’s crisis – always poor or newly poor?
new scene new movie1
NEW SCENE, NEW MOVIE?
  • 6. Communities in movement. What may neighborhoods gain from community work these days?
  • 7. Gangs, killers and “human waste” (are young people left to fend for themselves - in a society that has gone astray). Alternatives from Social Work in educational field.
  • 8. Are women the future of society? More gender equality or still a labor reserve army?
  • 9. New social counseling, a new or old field of social work?
  • 10. Any chance for ethics in today's society? Limits and options for ethical standards and their application in social work
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Thankyou for yourattention!

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