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Joana Breidenbachs Vortrag bei der Zeppelin Universität zum Thema "Disruption in the Social Sector. How digital media can change the work of NGOs and Social Entrepreneurs"

Joana Breidenbachs Vortrag bei der Zeppelin Universität zum Thema "Disruption in the Social Sector. How digital media can change the work of NGOs and Social Entrepreneurs"

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  • Disruption in the social sectorHow digital media change the work of NGOsand Social EntrepreneursZeppelin Universität, 2. Mai 2013Dr. Joana Breidenbach
  • Hamburg1965 ´80 ´82 ´83 ´89 ´95´93 ´98´94 ´06 ´11´13´08KellyCollegeUKMunichAnthropologyStephanGeneva´92LilianVicoPhDCultural GlobalisationCapetownInaSydney PálWorld-TripJOANA2004 ´09bornBerlinUC BerkeleyLondon
  • Trendscouting View slide
  • Trend: Online Fundraising4Digital Media change the way projects getfinanced. They make the „long tail“ visibleand many small donations support lot‘s ofsmall projects, cutting out a number ofNGOs acting as middlemen. View slide
  • Marketplaces aggregate many small donors5
  • 1 Mio donors support 340.000 classrooms6
  • Direct cash transfers: Cutting out the middle men7
  • Trend: Network-OrganisationsDigital Media challenge the organisationalstructures and high overheads ofestablished CSOs.
  • The MoveOn Effect9
  • Awesome „Foundation“ going viral10
  • KaBOOM! Open Source Innovation11
  • Trend: Mapping12Crowdsourcing information andaggregating it on maps improvesinterventions in humanitarian crises.
  • Mapping post-electoral violence
  • Open Source adaptation
  • The benefit of platforms – think beta
  • Trend: Trade not Aid16Many promising impulses for socialprogress come from outside of thetraditional social sector, from companiesand social entrepreneurs creatingecoystems for new wealth.
  • Mpesa: banking the unbanked
  • Micro Insurance: Kilimo Salama
  • Mitigating risk is often inefficient and costly
  • Farming advice increases productivity
  • Trend: PartneringBig Players are not innovative. Start-upslack the capacity to scale. When they gettogether, innovations have a chance to growand produce significant impact.
  • RefUnited cooperates with Red Cross
  • Ushahidi: Collaborations with UN & others
  • betterplace.org and Vodafone
  • betterplace labgut.org gemeinnützige AktiengesellschaftSchlesische Strasse 26, 10997 BerlinTel +49 30 76 76 44 88-0, F-40jb@betterplace.orgThank you very much.Dr. Joana BreidenbachFounder and CEObetterplace labAnthropologist & Authortrendreport.betterplace-lab.org