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Presentation of the delegates of a trip dedicated to social innovation in UK. La 27e Région

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  1. Delegates + program Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices London Tour on May 11th, 12th and 13th Organized by : Supported by : Europ'Act National Program for Technical Assistance
  2. About A few words about the tour in London Who are the organisers ? The 27th Région is at the origin the tour, and the agency User Studio has organised the pro- gram. This program is co-financed by the european commission and by the attendees. Who are the attendees ? Half of them are elected people or civil servants for regional and local governments, in charge of prospective, innovation, technology, social entrepreneurship, and local development. One third comes from a think tank dedicated to technology, called Fing (Next Generation Internet Foundation). The others works for companies such as Orange Labs. What are they interested in? Social innovation is mostly « social entrepreurship » in France. The activity dedicated to social innovation and service design is more developped in UK and scandinavian countries than it is in France : in schools, think tanks, gouvernments (local and national). What are the values, the methods, the resultats of user-driven projects in UK ? How is social innovation in UK now, with the crisis, as a method, a sector, a market, a know how ? How can social innovation and design impact on policies ? What are the most interesting cases in the fields of education, urban policy, employment, culture, etc ? What about social innovation during the crisis, and what could be the future ? Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  3. Program The following calendar presents the three day schedule of meetings, conferences and debates. lundi 11 mai mardi 12 mai mercredi 13 mai Paris - London Arrival : 8:59 AM 09:00 METRO 9:00 - 10:00 live|work Daniel Letts et Ben Reason 9:30 - 11:30 10:00 Engine Service Design Cale Thompson et Aviv Katz METRO 10:15 - 11:15 Social Inovation Camp 11:00 Anna Maybank 11:20 - 12:00 Counterpoint Catherine Fieschi 11:30 - 1:30 PM 12:00 Participle METRO 12:00 - 1:00 Charles Leadbeater SILK Sophia Parker 12:30 - 1:30 1:00 In Control Simon Duffy, Julie Stanfield 1:00 - 3:00 1:30 - 2:30 2:00 NESTA METRO Lunch Rohan Gunatillake 2:15 - 3:45 Think Public 2:30 - 4:00 3:00 Review meeting of the trip Deborah Szebeko, Paul Thurston, Ivo Gormley, METRO Ian Drysdale 4:00 4:00 - 6:00 METRO 4:00 - 5:45 Design Council Young Foundation Militza Vukovic 4:30 - 6:00 Geoff Mulgan 5:00 Conference-debate on quot;Mobile Workingquot; Organized by Édouard Moreau 6:00 and Damien Horner avec Frank Duffy METRO METRO 7:00 6:45 - 8:00 Social Innovators London - Paris Mitchell Sava Departure : 19:02 8:00 Dominic Campbell 8:00 8:00 Diner Diner LÉGENDE : Meeting at the Hoxton Hotel Conference Gathering of the delegates Meeting out of the hotel Conference-debate Lunch & diner Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  4. Conference room at the Hoxton Hoxton Hotel Important : 81 Great Eastern Street, Information about the conference room loca- London, EC2A 3HU tion is dedicated to the organizations which have an appointment at the conference room www.hoxtonhotels.com of the hotel. It does not concern the organizations which +44 (0)20 7550 1000 will be visited by the french delegates. info@hoxtonhotels.com Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  5. Main Organizers 27e Région The innovation Lab of the 26 french regional governments Location : Paris www.la27eregion.fr Creativity, social and digital innovation in the regions. Supported by the Association of the French Regions, the European Commission, Caisse des Dépôts, and Fing.  Social experimentation : user-driven projects implemented in schools, rural areas, business parks etc. hosting multidisciplinary teams involving designers, social innovators, architects, researchers, artists. www.territoiresenresidences.net  Prospective design : creative way of doing prospective with the regions  Benchmarking : meetings and seminars with innovators, in France and abroad  Events : creative workshops and barcamps for and with the regions Stéphane VINCENT, director svincent@la27eregion.fr Romain THÉVENET, service design rthevenet@la27eregion.fr Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  6. UserStudio User-centered design agency www.userstudio.fr User Studio is a design consultancy based in Paris, France. With a strong focus on user-cente- red design methods, the firm specializes in designing digital products and services for in the telecom, media, software and public service industries. User Studio's clients include private and public sector reasearch and development labs, such as the french region's first innovation lab, the 27e Region. Matthew Marino marino@userstudio.fr Denis Pellerin pellerin@userstudio.fr Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  7. Regional Councils Association des Régions de France The official association of the 26 french regions Location : Paris www.arf.asso.fr The Association des Régions de France represents the 26 French Regional Councils towards the French national government and the main European institutions. Its team works on all kind of regional policies, including : Education, transport, vocational training and apprenticeship , econo- mic development and employment, higher education and research, local development, cross-bor- der issues , culture, IT, urban and housing,sustainable developpement, health and social affaires, democracy, tourism, sport… President : Alain Rousset (Also president of Region Aquitaine) Claire BERNARD, survey department cbernard@arf-regions.org Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  8. Regional Council of Nord Pas de Calais Location : Lille www.nordpasdecalais.fr North Pas de Calais is a densely populated region with some 4 million inhabitants - 7% of Fran- ce's total population, making it the fourth most populous region in the country - 83% of whom live in urban communities. Its administrative centre is the city of Lille. The second largest city is Calais which serves as a major continental economic hub with Dover, England of Great Britain 35 miles away and the white cliffs of Dover, England are visible from Calais on a clear day. Other major towns include Valenciennes, Lens, Douai, Béthune, Dunkerque, Maubeuge, Boulogne-sur- Mer, Arras, Cambrai and Saint-Omer. President : Daniel Percheron (PS) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nord-Pas-de-Calais Jean-François CARON, Green party, regional councillor s.depraaetere@cr-npdc.fr Bio on wikipedia : http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-François_Caron Sylvie DEPRAETERE, Office of Mr Caron s.depraaetere@cr-npdc.fr Pierre-Jean LORENS, sustainable development, prospective, evaluation pj.lorens@cr-npdc.fr Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  9. Regional Council of Ile-de-France, Location : Paris www.iledefrance.fr With 11.7 million inhabitants Île-de-France is the most populated region of France. It has more residents than Austria, Belgium, Greece, Portugal or Sweden. It is the fourth most populous country subdivision in the European Union after England (of the UK), North Rhine-Westphalia and Bavaria (both of Germany). Economically, Île-de-France is the sixth richest region in the European Union: in 2006 its total GDP as calculated by Eurostat was 462 billion at market exchange rates,[1] nearly as large as the entire Dutch economy,[1] with a per capita GDP of 40,100 the same year (at market exchange rates, 170% of the European Union average). President : Jean-Paul Huchon (PS) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ile-de-France_(region) Francine BAVAY, vice-Présidente, in charge of social entrepreneurship francine.bavay@cr-ile-de-france.fr Bio on wikipedia : http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francine_Bavay Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  10. Regional Council of Champagne-Ardenne, Location : Chalons en Champagne www.cr-champagne-ardenne.fr Champagne Ardenne is located in the northeast of the country, bordering Belgium, and consists of four departments: Aube, Ardennes, Haute-Marne, and Marne. The region is famous for its sparkling white wine (champagne). Its rivers, most of which flow west, include the Seine, the Marne, and the Aisne. The Meuse flows north. The population of Champagne-Ardenne has been in steady decrease since 1982. With 1.3 million people and a density of 52/km_, it is one of France's least populated regions. President : Jean-Paul Bachy (PS) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Champagne-Ardenne Muriel MARTIN-DUPRAY, Directrice générale adjointe mmartin-dupray@cr-champagne-ardenne.fr Bertrand RIGAL, IT project manager brigal@cr-champagne-ardenne.fr Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  11. Regional Council of Limousin Location : Limoges www.cr-limousin.fr Famed for some of the best beef farming in the world, herds of Limousin cattle—a distinctive chestnut red—are a common sight in the region. In addition to cattle, the region is also a major timber producing area. The regional capital, Limoges, was once an industrial power-base, world- renowned for its porcelain and is still a leader and innovator in electric equipment factories (which used porcelain as an insulator originally). However, large factories are now few in number. With a slowly rising population of just under 750,000, Limousin is the second least populated French region in Metropolitan France after Corsica. There are fewer inhabitants in Limousin than in the city of Marseille. The population of Limousin is aging and, until 1999, it was declining. The Creuse department has the oldest population of any in France. Between 1999 and 2004 the population of Limousin increased slightly, reversing a decline for the first time in decades. President : Jean-Paul Denanot (PS) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limousin_(region) Sylvie CHAPPELET, project manager, social entrepreneurship s-chappelet@cr-limousin.fr Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  12. Regional Council of Bourgogne Location : Dijon www.cr-bourgogne.fr Bourgogne (known as Burgundy) is famous for its wine. With a population of 1 631 000 in one of the largest area in France, its density is low, and people mostly lives around the main highways and infrastructures. Bourgogne is dependant from its neighbours, Ile-de-France (Paris) and Rhône Alpes (Lyon). The population is older. Dijon and the metropolitan aera are the most attractive places. President : François Patriat (PS) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bourgogne Christian PAUL, vice-President, and member of french parliament cpaul@assemblee-nationale.fr Bio on wikipedia : http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_Paul_(homme_politique) Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  13. Other Public Authorities RATP (Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens) Major operator for public transportation in Paris and surroundings Location : Paris www.ratp.fr The Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens (RATP/Autonomous Operator of Parisian Trans- ports) is the major transit operator responsible for public transportation in Paris and its surroun- dings. It is under the authority of the Syndicat des transports d'Île-de-France (STIF), the Paris region transit authority. Its operational divisions include the Paris Métro system (16 lines), part of the RER, an extensive bus system, and three tram lines. It also operates the Montmartre funicu- lar. Currently, the RATP operate a multi-mode public transportation infrastructure. In Île-de-France, the RATP operates buses, regional trains, trams and Métro services. In Germany, Italy, and the USA, in association with their respective partners, the RATP operates and maintains regional buses and trains. Noctilien is the network of night buses in the Île-de-France region. Currently there are projects under way to create new light rail lines. Delphine BISSON, Business department delphine.bisson@ratp.fr Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  14. Sur la rive droite, Grand Projet de Villes « Bassens-Cenon-Floirac-Lormont » Location : Cenon www.surlarivedroite.fr On the right side of Bordeaux, « Sur la rive droite » is a authority gathering the cities of Bassens, Cenon, Floirac and Lormont. It’s goal is to develop a new social and economic development for this cities, with a population of 66 000 inhabitants. Sophie TROUILLET, cultural development Grand Projet des Villes Bassens - Cenon - Floirac - Lormont sophie.trouillet@surlarivedroite.fr Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  15. Non-profit Organisations Fing (Next Generation Internet Foundation) Digital innovation in the context of social transformation Location : Paris and Marseilles www.fing.org Working at the crossroads between technology, business, the arts and social change, Fing is a think tank and a ressource for innovators. 160 members, including : Caisse des Dépôts et Consi- gnations, Laser, Orange, RATP, Bouygues Telecom, BNP Paribas, EDF, SNCF, SFR, Paris, Rennes, Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur, Ile de France…  Cities 2.0 is dedicated to urban innovation & empowerment. Main projects : Green Watch is a personal, mobile and connected device that comes equipped with a GPS chip, CO2 and noise sensors. Worn as a wristwatch, it moves with its owner, capturing and storing pollution levels throughout the day and (anonymously) sharing them on the network. City wall is a new urban medium for service and exchange. CityScan’s goal is to measure the digital pulse of the city ; Hyperlocal plans to reveal and represent hyperlocal information. www.villes2.fr  Active Identities, « managing and projecting our digital existence ». Main projects : i is a brand, cv 2020, personalize without identifying, privacy 2.0. www.identitesactives.net  AgingLab (« Plus longue la vie, ») : Innovation by and for all ages. The contribution of technolo- gies and digital services to the quality of life, the society cohesion and the economic dynamism in an ageing world. Social networks, autonomy, evolutive housing, intergenerationnal, www.pluslonguelavie.net Thierry MARCOU, Project manager quot;Villes 2.0quot;, tmarcou@fing.org Carole-Anne RIVIÈRE, Project manager quot;Plus longue la viequot; , cariviere@fing.org Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  16. InternetActu First french newsletter dedicated to social impact of technologies Location : Romans sur Isère www.internetactu.net InternetActu is the newsletter created by the FING (Next Generation Internet Foundation). With 70 000 single readers each week, Internet Actu is the first online newsletter in french. Its content is strictly independant, supported by 15 actors of innovations and research. Hubert GUILLAUD, Editor hubertguillaud@gmail.com Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  17. Companies Orange Labs The innovation network of France Telecom Location : Issy les Moulineaux www.orange.com/en_EN/innovation Orange Labs form the worldwide innovation network of the France Telecom-Orange Group. Set up in 2006, they have a staff of 5,000 (researchers,marketeers, engineers) in 9 different coun- tries (UK, France, Poland, China, Korea, Japan, Jordan, Egypt and USA) on 4 continents. Each Orange Labs is thus integrated into its own geographic ecosystem, enabling it to get a grip on and anticipate technological progress and changes in usages throughout the world. The Orange Labs international network is a concrete expression of the Group’s aim to breathe new life into innovation and make it the driving force behind its transformation. Mathilde SARRÉ-CHARRIER, project manager, Futurology mathilde.sarrecharrier@orange-ftgroup.com Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  18. Lyon Infocités Digital and Game companies in Lyon and Rhône Alpes Location : Lyon www.lyon-infocite.org 250 members. Main goals : promote cooperation in the digital and game industry (18 000 sala- ries, 2,6 Billion euros in Rhône Alpes), promote know how, represent the sector towards the public authorities, etc. Céline COLUCCI ccolucci@mac.com Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  19. Delegates Francine BAVAY, vice-Président, in charge of social entrepreneurship francine.bavay@cr-ile-de-france.fr Région Ile-de-France Claire BERNARD, survey department cbernard@arf-regions.org Association des Régions de France Delphine BISSON, Business department delphine.bisson@ratp.fr RATP Jean-François CARON, Green party, regional councillor s.depraetere@cr-npdc.fr Région Nord-Pas de Calais Sylvie CHAPPELET, Project manager, social entrepreneurship s-chappelet@cr-limousin.fr Région Limousin Céline COLUCCI ccolucci@mac.com Lyons-Infocités Sylvie DEPRAETERE, Office of Mr Caron s.depraetere@cr-npdc.fr Région Nord-Pas de Calais Hubert GUILLAUD, Editor hubertguillaud@gmail.com Internet Actu Pierre-Jean LORENS, Sustainable development, prospective, evaluation pj.lorens@cr-npdc.fr Région Nord-Pas de Calais Thierry MARCOU, Project manager quot;Villes 2.0quot; tmarcou@fing.org Fondation Internet Nouvelle Génération Matthew MARINO, Designer marino@userstudio.fr UserStudio Muriel MARTIN-DUPRAY, Associate director mmartin-dupray@cr-champagne-ardenne.fr Région Champagne-Ardenne Laura PANDELLE, student pandelle_laura@yahoo.fr National Institute for Advanced Studies in Industrial Design (ENSCI) Christian PAUL, vice-President, and member of french parliament cpaul@assemblee-nationale.fr Région Bourgogne Denis PELLERIN, Designer pellerin@userstudio.fr UserStudio Bertrand RIGAL, IT project manager brigal@cr-champagne-ardenne.fr Région Champagne-Ardenne Carole-Anne RIVIÈRE, Project manager quot;Plus longue la viequot; cariviere@fing.org Fondation Internet Nouvelle Génération Mathilde SARRÉ-CHARRIER, project manager, Futurology Orange Labs mathilde.sarrecharrier@orange-ftgroup.com Romain THÉVENET, Service design rthevenet@la27eregion.fr la 27e Région Sophie TROUILLET, cultural development sophie.trouillet@surlarivedroite.fr Grand Projet des Villes Bassens - Cenon - Floirac - Lormont Stéphane VINCENT, Director svincent@la27eregion.fr la 27e Région Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices
  20. Contacts People in charge of the Tour : Stéphane Vincent, la 27e Région tél : +33 (6) 09 09 09 09 mail : svincent@la27eregion.fr Matthew Marino, User Studio tél : +33 (6) 06 98 94 06 70 mail : marino@usertudio.fr Social Innovation and Public Policies : Great-Britain's Best Practices

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