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2011 06 14_monday 20 program-1

  1. 1. MONDAY 20 JUNEThis pre-event day will gather three different communities (around 500 people):• Ashoka staff• All the Fellows present at the event• External participants pre-assigned to each of the 11 Europe-focused clusters.That is why, during this day, two parallel tracks will be available:• The Ashoka Community Day which will aim to address Fellows’ needs (get to know Ashoka, solve strategic problems, …)• Solutions for a better Europe (clusters), which will aim at identifying concrete solutions from the social entrepreneurs experience to address 11 of the most pressing social issues in Europe (the preparation work has started several months ago)During the day, some sessions will gather all these participants and some will be dedicated to specific audience: Ashoka community day Clusters 8:30-9:30 Ashoka vision (Bill Drayton) 9:30-10:30 Presentation of clusters and ashoka community day (Aurélie Salvaire, Elena Correas and 11 cluster leaders) 10:30-11:00 Break 11:00-12:30 Overview of Ashoka programs Cluster session 12:30 - 14:00 Storytelling lunch First round of developmental 14:00- 15:30 Cluster session workshops 15:30-16:00 Break Second round of 16:00- 17:30 Cluster session developmental workshops 17:30-18:30 Sports activities Cluster session 20:00-22:00 Barbecue at the lakeThe clusters participants have already been identified (cf list staff and Fellows). If you have not beencontacted to be part of the cluster, then you will follow the Ashoka community day track! 1
  2. 2. ASHOKA COMMUNITY DAY (the ORIENTATION): Get to know Ashoka!Ashoka Fellows from across Europe and around the world are invited to discover, learn from and brainstormwith each other about common issues, and to get an overview of the resources and programs that Ashokaoffers and coordinates for Fellows and other changemakers around the globe.Who should participate? All Ashoka Fellows and staff who have not been pre-assigned to thematic clusterworking groups whose focus is Europe.Specific sessions:11:00-12:30 : Overview of Ashoka Programs by Valeria Merino (in the tent)12:30-14:00: Storytelling lunch(for ALL participants of clusters and Ashoka community day) 12:30-13:00: Lunch 13:00-14:00: Storytelling- Organized by Roshan Paul. Hosted by Diana Wells You will hear the stories of Andreas, Ann, Edna, Konstanze and Sejal: • Their individual unique journey as a changemaker • How their association with Ashoka has shaped or impacted their journey • How they perceive Ashoka’s impact in the world and the way their journey intersects with Ashoka’s14:00-15:30 and 16:00-17:30: Developmental workshops • Scaling up- H301- Andrés Falconer • Attracting and retaining talent- H302- Catriona McClay & Erin Fornoff • Measuring impact- H303- Sarah Mariotte • Communicating your vision- H304- Matthias Scheffelmeier & Paula Recart • Managing partnerships- H305- Silvia Giovannoni • Using technology- H30- Wil Kristin & Abe Raffi • Achieving sustainability- H04- Oda Heister/Marie Ringler17:30-18:30 Sports activities (Jill Vialet)20:00-22:00: Barbecue by the lake for all Fellows and staff 2
  3. 3. CLUSTERSThe clusters are 11 thematic working groups whose participants have been identified in advance (Fellows,public and private actors). Their objective is to identify concrete solutions on each of their thematic issuethrough hybrid collaborations and partnerships A strong preparation work has been led during the last months.They will work all Monday on their topic.It will be possible to join their reflexion on Tuesday at lunchtime where there will be a public restitution.Who should participate? Europe Ashoka staff members and Ashoka Fellows’ whose work is relevant to thespecific topics in the European context. Fellows and staff participants in Clusters will have been previouslycontacted. Public and private actors already identified.The different clusters are: • Equal opportunities in corporations: a key for growth and social cohesion – H020 • Development of Innovative Learning Ecosystems in Europe - H037 • ‘VisABILITY’ (Visibility for Disability) / ‘Out of the Dark & Into the Light’- • Aging Population – From Care to Empowerment – H022 • Youth Changemaking – turning potential into action – H025 • Civic Agriculture in Europe: Securing land, Channelling money- H027 • A healthy and sustainable food for all: a myth? – H036 • Solutions to address fuel poverty – H17 • Women’s Empowerment - The WE Alliance – H201 • For a new housing value chain – • Employment through Empowerment – H15If you wish to have more information on the clusters, please refer to page 34 of the global Campus Program. 3