SIXSeoul13 Day 1: A Glimpse of Social Innovation in Canada - Tim Draimin
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SIXSeoul13 Day 1: A Glimpse of Social Innovation in Canada - Tim Draimin Presentation Transcript

  • 1. A Glimpse of Social Innovation in Canada
  • 2. Registered Disability Savings Plan Total  deposits  to  date:  $1  Billion     More  than  75,000  RDSP’s  since  Dec  2008    
  • 3.    SOCIAL INNOVATION SPECTRUM CANADA MICRO SMALL SCALE, COMMUNITY, KAIZEN, INCREMENTAL MACRO WHOLE SYSTEM CHANGE, TRI-SECTOR DISRUPTIVE   MESO MID SCALE, CROSS-SECTOR   Jane’s Walk, Inner City Renovation s- Social Enterprise Fund Centre for Social Innovation Food Banks, The Hub, 10 Carden CSI’s Community Bonds Centre for Impact Investing; SVX Social Venture Exchange Great Bear Rainforest, Pathways for Education, Counter- parts Canada Impact Fund Centre for Natural Care RDSP, Micro- finance Sustainable Food Lab, Solutions Lab SOCIAL INNOVATIONS GROUPED ALONG THE SPECTRUM
  • 4. “SI is an initiative, product, process or program that profoundly changes the basic routines, resource and authority flows or beliefs of any social system. Successful SIs have durability and broad impact. While SI has recognizable stages and phases, achieving durability and scale is a dynamic process that requires both emergence of opportunity and deliberate agency, and a connection between the two. The capacity of any society to create a steady flow of SIs, particularly those which re-engage vulnerable populations, is an important contributor to the overall social and ecological resilience.” -Frances Westley   Social Innovation Defined
  • 5. Thought Leadership
  • 6. u   Task  Force  in  2  Federal   Budgets     u   2  Provinces  Enacted   Hybrid  Corporate  Forms     u   Government  Business   Support  Programs  Changed   to  Include  Social  Enterprise     u   2  Provinces  Commit  to   Social  Impact  Bonds     u   Social  Enterprise  Funds   Started  or  Expanded  in  5   Provinces   SiG 1.0
  • 7. The Systems Entrepreneur SiG 2.0
  • 8. 11   Innovators Key stake- holders Capacity Solutions DesignDefine Early Majority Early Adopters Test Scale   Show future Build evidence New policies Frame Public policy Systemchange MaRS Solutions Lab, Joeri van den Steenhoven The Lab Approach
  • 9. Canadian Labs D. Studio The Energy Institute Solutions   Lab  
  • 10. The Role of Foundations & Philanthropy
  • 11. The Role of Policy Policy Levers for Tipping Systems BC’s  First   Minister  of   Social   Innova5on   Don  McRae  
  • 12. Breakthrough Canada Events 2013/14 Toronto (2), Vancouver,
  • 13. Vancouver BC May 28-30 7th Annual SIX sigeneration.ca 2014 SIX SUMMER INSTITUTE Entering the Spirit Canoe to journey the Sacred Headwaters