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
Why the WIT WebGIS
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
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
Thereis a SCOPE to deepen and enlarge
Webelieve in participatoryapproach
Opportunities and challenges
House & Home. Supporting temporary social housing for neo-adult girls coming out of paths of protection and for foreign families with minors
A path to be built
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)
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