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With financial support from the European Union. WIT in the EUROPE 2020 PERSPECTIVE. Germana Di Falco , External Expert on behalf of the Province of Milan, Berlin , International Conference, 15° May 2014. TO AVOID DECLINE much more than a subtitle.

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    1. With financial support from the European Union WIT in the EUROPE 2020 PERSPECTIVE Germana Di Falco, External Expert on behalf of the Province of Milan, Berlin, International Conference, 15° May 2014

    2. TO AVOID DECLINEmuch more than a subtitle «Societalchallenges» to pave the way to recovery and innovation SUSTAINABLE SMART INCLUSIVE EUROPE 2020

    3. TWO POINTS OF VIEWS • “Intractable problems are seen as highlighting the failure of conventional solutions and established paradigms entrenched in intractable institutional settings across all three conventional sectors of society.” (Tepsie project on Social Innovation) NOT CONVENTIONAL Social innovations are new solutions (products, services, models, markets, processes etc.) that simultaneously meet a social need (more effectively than existing solutions) and lead to new or improved capabilities and relationships and better use of assets and resources. In other words, social innovations are good both for society and for enhancing its capacity to act. SKILLS FOR JOBS not just EMPLOYABILITY

    4. WHAT WE NEED TO KNOW •  Cross-sectoral •  Open and collaborative •  Grassroots and bottom-up •  Pro-sumption and co-production •  Mutualism •  Create new roles and relationships •  Better use of assets and resources •  Developassets and capabilities

    5. SKILLS AND JOBS • 6 steps in social innovation • ThinkingHatsand Social Intelligence • The need for multidisciplinaryapproach(outcomebasedapproach)

    6. RESEARCH TO ENHANCE PRACTICE • . . . to practice without a theory is to sail an uncharted sea; • theory without practice is not to set sail at all . . . • (Susser 1968)

    7. WILLING TO SAIL AND CHARTER Two focus: 1. whitejobs 2.transfereable multi-profileskills How to proceed? 1 Observation: it tells us what we see and what to look out for 2 Description: it provides a conceptual vocabulary and framework within which observations can be arranged and organized 3 Explanation: it suggests how different observations might be linked and connected; it offers possible causal relationships between one event and another 4 Prediction: it indicates what might happen next 5 Intervention: it suggests what might be done to bring about change

    8. PROJECT’s OBJECTIVES Collect and share best practiceson White Jobs Sbapshots and foresightto reduce mis-match and co-create regulatoryframework Analysesocial innovationimpact on strategicskills for social workers, (EU Atlas of Innovation in Social Work)

    9. THE CORE PILLARS

    10. THE CORE PILLARS

    11. Thanks for yourattention!

    12. This training material is supported by the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Solidarity - PROGRESS (2007-2013). This programme is implemented by the European Commission. It was established to financially support the implementation of the objectives of the European Union in the employment, social affairs and equal opportunities area, and thereby contribute to the achievement of the Europe 2020 Strategy goals in these fields. The seven-year Programme targets all stakeholders who can help shape the development of appropriate and effective employment and social legislation and policies, across the EU-27, EFTA-EEA and EU candidate and pre-candidate countries. For more information see: http://ec.europa.eu/progress. The information contained in this publication doesn’t necessarily reflect the position or opinion of the European Commission. The sole responsibility of this training material content lies with the author. The Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information here contained.