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Impact	
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under	
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Talking	
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  impact	
  
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  T6	
  Ecosystems	
  

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  1. 1. Impact  Assessment  for  Social   Innova3on   Antonella  Passani  –  T6  Ecosystems   This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  2. 2. Project  objec3ves   •  To  develop  –  with  your  support  –  a  methodology  and  a  set   of  online  tools  for  socio-­‐poliBcal,  economic  and   InnovaBve   aspect   environmental  impact  assessment   •  Map  key  factors  supporBng  a  wider  uptake  of  digital  social   innovaBon  (DSI)  iniBaBves   •  Assess  CAPs  expected  impacts  at  project  and  at  domain   level   •  Develop  a  research  roadmap  and  policy  recommendaBons   on  instruments  for  improving  the  impact  of  DSI  and  CAPS   projects  and  facilitate  their  uptake     This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  3. 3. IA4SI  stakeholders  and  online  tools   This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  4. 4. IA4SI  tools  (under  development)   •  •  A  simple  online   quesBonnaire  for   you  direct  users   They  will  be  asked   to  express  their   opinion  on  the   experiences  or   expected  impact   of  using  your   outputs   •  European  ciBzens  will  be  invited  to  express  their  opinion   on  your  project  outputs  by  voBng.   •  This  tool  will  allow  you  to  present  your  project  to  a   wider  audience  and  to  exchange  ideas  with  IA4Si  and   other  CAPs  projects   InnovaBve   This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme   aspect   •  •  More  than  an  online   quesBonnaire:  as  you   enter  enough  data   about  you  project   you  will  see  a  short   report  about  your   expected  impacts   You  will  visualize   here  also  the   opinions  of  your   users  about  the   expected  impacts  of   the  tools  they  are   using/tesBng  
  5. 5. We  need  you  input!   •  3  workshops:   InnovaBve   aspect   –  A  first  draU  of  the  IA4Si  methodology  and  of  SAT  and  UDGI  will  be   presented  for  you  to  gather  your  feedback   –  A  dedicated  workshop  will  be  organised  for  presenBng  you  a  preliminary   release  of  the  CEP   –  The  preliminary  results  of  the  impact  assessment  will  be  presented  and   discussed  with  you  before  submiXng  the  deliverables  to  the  EC   •  We  can  use    our  LinkedIn  group  for  sharing  ideas  about  the   methodology  on  a  regular  basis   •  We  will  organise  webinars  for  supporBng  you  in  using  the  tools:  this  will   be  also  good  opportuniBes  for  discussing  the  features  of  the  tools  and   improve  them  thanks  with  your  feedback   •  The  methodology  will  be  finalised  aUer  the  CAPs  projects  assessment   This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  6. 6. Support  systems  for  you   •  Webinars  organised  on  a  regular  basis  during   the  data  gathering  phase   •  One  to  one  interview/calls/emails   •  TickeBng  system  for  all  of  the  IA4SI  tools   •  FAQs   •  IA4SI  How  to  Guide   This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  7. 7. More  collabora3on  opportuni3es   •  Make  synergic  IA4SI  CEP  with  your  pla^orms:  you   can  use  CEP  for  engaging  more  users  and  we  it  will   be  very  helpful  if  you  can  give  visibility  to  CEP     •  Exchange  info  on  your  internal  monitoring  and   evaluaBon  systems  in  order  to  make  IA4SI   methodology  as  coherent  as  possible  with  your   systems  and  vice  versa   •  Research  collaboraBon  on  new  models  of  value   definiBon,  behind  GDP  indicators  and  assessment   of  intangibles     This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  8. 8. IA4SI  expected  impacts   •  Impact  on  knowledge  creaBon  and  sharing  (IA4SI  methodology,   CAP  assessment,  etc.)   •  CAPs  projects  more  aware  of  their  impacts  and  using  the  IA4SI   methodology  (or  part  of  it)  in  their  every  day  work  (impact  on   working  rouBnes?  On  management  effecBveness?  Increase   accountability?)   •  Foster  the  use  of  impact  assessment  methodologies  in  future   projects   •  Make  EU  ciBzens  aware  of  CAPs  and  DSI  and  engage  them  in   “assessing”  their  outputs  (increase  transparency?  Enlarge  the   number  of  people  that  knows  of  DSI?)   This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  9. 9. IA4SI  Workshop  Feasible?   In Rome at the end of March 2014! This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  10. 10. info@IA4SI.eu   www.ia4si.eu   www.impact4you.eu  UP  coming     This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  11. 11. This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  12. 12. Talking  about  impact   Antonella  Passani    -­‐  T6  Ecosystems   This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  13. 13. Talking  about   impact...   means  answering   quesBons  such  as:   ü  What  is  the  difference   a  project  makes?   ü  Why  is  a  project   relevant  and  for   whom?   ü  How  much  difference   does  a  project  make?   This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  14. 14. This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  15. 15. “Cost   Benefit   Analysis   is   applied   social   science   and   this   is   not   an   exact   discipline.   It   is   largely   based   on   approximaBons,   working   hypotheses   and   shortcuts   because   of   lack   of   data   or   because   of   constraints   on   the   resources  of  evaluators.  It  needs  intuiBon  and  not  just  data   crunching  and  should  be  based  on  the  right  incenBves  for   the  evaluators  to  do  their  job  in  the  most  independent  and   honest   environment.   Establishing   this   environment   is   largely   a   mafer   of   insBtuBonal   building,   local   culture   and   transparency.”     (EC   -­‐   DG   Regional   Policy   -­‐   Guide   to   Cost-­‐Benefit   Analysis   of   investment   projects,   Final   Report   SubmiDed  by  TRT  TrasporF  e  Territorio  and  CSIL  Centre  for  Industrial  Studies,  2008)   This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  16. 16. CAPS  Expected  impacts     (Call  10,  Objec3ve  5.5)   “the  emergence  and  take-­‐up  of  new  sustainable   organisa/onal  and  behavioural  models  at  individual   and  community  levels,  resulFng  in  sustainable  social   and  economical  innovaFon  improving  the  quality  of   response  to  societal  and  economic  challenges,  such   as  growth,  employment,  inclusion,  educaFon,   community  development,  health,  environment,   energy,  and  quality  of  life  at  large”.   This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  17. 17. CAPS  Expected  impacts     (Call  10,  Objec3ve  5.5)   •  Catalyzing  and  enabling  new  producBon  and  consumpBon   paferns,  lifestyles,  and  socio-­‐economic  processes  based  on   commons,  sharing,  exchange,  and  parBcipaBon  at  local  and  global   scales.   •  Strengthened  evidence  of  social  innovaBon  based  on  collecBve   knowledge,  which  can  also  make  possible  new  forms  of  foresight   in  society  (by  public  bodies,  organisaBons  as  well  as  by  ciBzens).   •  Providing  advanced  concepts  and  tools  enabling  people  and   communiBes  to  share,  collaborate,  and  make  use  of  data/ informaBon  generated,  empowering  future  social  entrepreneurs   and  innovators  to  engage  in  innovaBve  service  creaBon  and   delivery.   This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  18. 18. CAPs  stakeholders   (interview  results)   –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  EC   CAPs  projects   Researchers  and  academia   Public  administraBons  and  policy  makers   InnovaBon  networks,  SI  organisaBons,  social  innovators   Open  data  iniBaBves  (e.g.,  CitySDK)   OrganizaBons  acBve  in  online  data  privacy  and  social  media     Companies  acBve  in  online  data  harvesBng   Teachers,  acBvists  and  educators  in  the  field  of  environmental  educaBon   Commons  based  companies  and  organizaBons  (e.g.,  Wikipedia)   NGOs,  non-­‐for  profit  organisaBons  and  social  enterpreneurs   SoUware  developers   SMEs   Large  companies   This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  19. 19. CAPs  stakeholders   (interview  results)   EU  ci3zens  within  the  CAPS  scope:   –  People  with  disabiliBes  and  mobility  impairments,  elderly  and  their  caregivers,  and  parents   using  strollers  for  their  children     –  CiBzens  with  an  interest  in  environmental  issues  (e.g.,  individual  energy  consumpBon;   making  more  sustainable  lifestyle  choices;  ecological  consumpBon)     –  CiBzens  involved  in  iniBaBves  concerning  ecology  and  conservaBon  (e.g.,  wildlife   conservaBon,  guerrilla  gardening)   –  CiBzens  involved  in  iniBaBves  working  on  developing  countries  and  on  corporate  social   responsibility-­‐related  issues   –  CiBzens  involved  in  iniBaBves  occupied  with  sustainability  (environmental/social/economic)   –  CiBzens  with  an  interest  in  poliBcal  issues  (e.g.,  digital  democracy,  open  government)   –  Persons  acBve  in  civil  rights  (e.g.,  women’s  rights,  children's  rights,  LGBT  rights)   –  Students,  researchers  and  ciBzens  interested  in  staBsBcs  and  in  knowing  more  about  GDP   measurement  iniBaBves     –  CiBzens  and  iniBaBves  acBve  in  commons  based  peer  producBon  and  sharing  economy   (e.g.,  Wikipedia)   –  users  interesBng  in  knowing  more  about  their  data  and  in  defending  their  online  rights     This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
  20. 20. CAPs  expected  impact  areas  (interview   results)   •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •    Societal  impact   Policy-­‐related  impact   PoliBcal  impact   Economic  impact   Technological  impact   Impact  on  knowledge/scienBfic  impact   Environmental  impact  (indirect?)   Impact  on  efficiency  “of  spending”   Impact  on  CAPs  domain   In  supporBng  social  innovaBon,  spreading  this  model  and   make  it  sustainable   This  project  is  co-­‐funded  by  the  EC   under  the  FP7  Programme  
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