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Miquel de Paladella's presentation on social innovation for Communities (SIC) in Birmingham in the context of the Eurocities for Active Inclusion initiative. 10 July 2013

Miquel de Paladella's presentation on social innovation for Communities (SIC) in Birmingham in the context of the Eurocities for Active Inclusion initiative. 10 July 2013

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SIC Presentation in Birmingham, Eurocities on Social Inclusion, Summit, 10 July 2013 SIC Presentation in Birmingham, Eurocities on Social Inclusion, Summit, 10 July 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • IDENTIFYING AND TRANSFERRING THE BEST SOCIAL INNOVATIONS MIQUEL DE PALADELLA Birmingham, July 10th, 2013
  • 2 THE NEED
  • 3 “Nearly every problem has been solved by someone, somewhere. The challenge of the 21st Century is to find out what works and scale it up.” View slide
  • Investigate the best proven innovations globally, and facilitate their implantation locally to resolve critical social problems. THE IDEA 4 View slide
  • 5 EVIDENCE SCALE PROVEN INNOVATIONS
  • 6 ENGAGEALL EXISTINGACTORS MEASURE SUCCESSBASED ONIMPLEMENTA- TION& IMPACT RESPOND TO DEMAND
  • 7 SEARCHING SOCIAL INNOVATIONS  Ashoka  Avina  B-Corp Community  CityMart.com  Fast Company  GTNE  Next Billion  Schwab Foundation  Skoll Foundation  Standford Social Innovation Review  Unreasonable Institute  Young Foundation
  • 8 DEFINITION OF THE CHALLENGE RESEARCH SELECTION THE PROCESS
  • 9 AGENDA OF MEETINGS PUBLIC EVENT IMPLEMENTATION
  • 10 Increase the employability of people with disabilities Reduce youth unemployment Improve opportunities for single- parented families in risk of social exclusion Improve the environmental impact of mass tourism in Barcelona FIRST 4 CHALLENGES
  • 11 Employability of people with disabilities Youth unemployment Opportunities for single parented families Improving the impact of tourism 112 23 5 97 28 4 93 18 4 86 26 3 OUTPUTS
  • 12 388 identified 16 selected 8 Implemented +4 OUTCOMES 6 MONTHS 3 MONTHS
  • 13 DESCRIPTION:  Employs high-functioning autistic adults and uses their special skills to out-perform the market.  Specialisterne offers software testing services, data entry, and quality control. IMPLEMENTATION:  Investor and entrepreneur found;  Initial contacts with flagship clients;  Joins social entrepreneurship programme at ESADE + financial support from BBVA.  Started operating on July 4, 2013. SPECIALISTERNE
  • 14 DESCRIPTION:  Takes advantage of special tactile abilities of blind people in the health sector.  Blind women are trained as medical tactile examiners and employed by gynaecologists for early detection of breast cancer. IMPLEMENTATION:  First training of Spanish tactile examiners organised in Germany in October 2013;  Training centre committed for future;  4 gynaecologists interested in providing the first employment contracts from 2014. DISCOVERING HANDS
  • 15 DESCRIPTION:  Huge multi-business social enterprise employing over 2,300 people with mental disabilities.  They place 23% of their people in the ordinary marketplace every year. IMPLEMENTATION:  18 social enterprises in Barcelona are trying to implement a similar management model. SHEKULO TOV
  • 16 DESCRIPTION:  The best programme to make all teachers extraordinary Maths instructors.  All children end up excelling in Maths with extraordinary results.  Excelling in Maths take children to improving overall performance in school and avoiding failure… and competences in STEM. IMPLEMENTATION:  10 public schools will implement JUMP in 2013-2014 as a pilot, and 50 in 2014-2015.  A full randomised-controlled study and a standardised national test will be implemented at end of academic year 2015. JUMP MATH
  • 17 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Students Achieving Minimum Standard at End of Year-6 1 Year JUMP Usage 60% 62% 28% 12% Start of Year-5 (Pre-JUMP) End of Year-6 Start of Year-6 (Pre-JUMP) End of Year-6 2 Years JUMP Usage Case: Lambeth School – Borough of Lambeth, UK
  • 18 -12% -10% -8% -6% -4% -2% 0% 2% 19 9 8 19 9 9 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 3 2 0 0 4 2 0 0 5 2 0 0 6 2 0 0 7 2 0 0 8 2 0 0 9 2 0 10 1998 2007 2010 -9% -6% +2%Launch of National Numeracy Strategy Introduction of JUMP Math +3% +8% Pass Rates on National Math Exams for Lambeth vs. National Average 3 Years 9 Years
  • 19 DESCRIPTION:  Radical approach to learning by doing: vocational training programme that allow students to combine lessons with operating the school business units.  Adapted to Spain for NEETS. IMPLEMENTATION:  Two private vocational training centres preparing a pilot for 2014.  A new vocational training centre being created to adopt the entire methodology in 2015. FUNDACIÓN PARAGUAYA
  • 20 DESCRIPTION:  Two single moms raising children together can achieve more than one struggling alone.  “Mom-matching” site to connect single moms interested in sharing a home by pooling their resources.  Coordinating single-mothers social networks. IMPLEMENTATION:  US website operating since 1992.Global web site to be launched in July.  Spanish version will be ready in October 2013. CO-ABODE
  • THANKS Miquel de Paladella mdepaladella@upsocial.org www.upsocial.org | www.si-c.org @mdepaladella | @UpSopcialBCN