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Pécs 2011: caINTI and new-LiFE presentation by Jean-Jacques Girardot

  1. 1. Groupe de Recherche Internationalcoordination action of the International Network of Territorial Intelligence Jean-Jacques GIRARDOT Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon, France Maison des Sciences de l’homme et de l’Environnement, USR 3124 CNRS Laboratoire ThéMA Théoriser et Modéliser pour Aménager, UMR 6049 CNRS Coordinateur du GDRI caINTI PECS, Hungary, 2011, June 2-4
  2. 2. GDRI caINTI / new-LiFEThe GDRI caINTI, International Research Group "coordination action ofthe International Network of Territorial Intelligence", is a scientificcoordination network of the French National Centre for ScientificResearch, which gathers 7 participants of five countries. It began on 1 January 2011 for a term of four years, until December 2014.Work plan is draft now. It aims at strengthening the integration of European research in territorialintelligence in order to give it an international dimension.new-LiFE “A development driven by well being for a successful socio-ecological transition in Europe” is a large scale project for FP7 that meets39 participants of 17 countries.Response will occur in July. If it is positive we will have to draft workplan before end of october. 2
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  4. 4. GDRI caINTI ParticipantsThe GDRI caINTI gathers 7 research teams, 5 countries •  MSHE, USR 3124 Maison des Sciences de l’Homme et de l’Environnement CNRS / UFC / UTBM, France, mshe.univ-fcomte.fr •  ThéMA, UMR 6049 Théoriser et Modéliser pour Aménager, CNRS / UFC / UB, France, thema.univ-fcomte.fr •  ESO, UMR 6590 Espaces et Sociétés, CNRS / URENNES2, France, eso.cnrs.fr •  OLE, Observatorio Local de Empleo, UHU, Spain, www.ole.uhu.es •  SEGEFA, Service dÉtude en Géographie Économique Fondamentale et Appliquée, ULG / FNRS, Belgique, www.segefa.be •  DISUFF, Dipartimento di Scienze Umane, Filosofiche e della Formazione, University of Salerno (UNISA), Italie, www.unisa.it •  TAG, Territorio Actores Gobernanza, UNLP / CONICET, Argentine, www.equipotag.blogspot.com 4
  5. 5. Territorial engineeringIn knowledge-based society, information and communication technologyand knowledge management allow us to share information and collaborateto exploit it in order to develop relevant cooperative projects and tocoordinate tasks in an efficient cooperation and with a positive impact.With project management, evaluation, foresight, geographic informationsystems, methods of data analysis and spatial analysis tools, theyconstitute the basis for territorial engineering, of which Catalyse, amethod in use in Europe since 1989, is an example. 5
  6. 6. Territorial intelligenceTerritorial intelligence suggests action-research that has two mutually-enriching objectives, a scientific and a practical one. •  It aims to be the polydisciplinary field of universal knowledge on the structures and dynamics of territories in a sustainable development perspective. •  It offers stakeholder partnerships a cognitive process and tools towards the co-construction of a collective intelligence for, with and by the territorial community, which will enable this community to develop its territory in a sustainable manner. 6
  7. 7. ENTISince 2002, territorial intelligence has been at the centre of thefundamental and applied reflections of the European Network ofTerritorial Intelligence, ENTI, which began its expansion and integrationwith the European project caENTI (coordination action of the ENTI)supported by the European Union FP6 from March 2006 to February2009. 7
  8. 8. new-LiFE Work PackagesWP1 [well-being] Towards a new culture of development driven by well-being, lead by CyrilMASSELOT, CNRS-MSHE (France)WP2 [territories] Territorial dimensions of the combination of development objectives, leadby Frances FAHY, NUIG (Ireland)WP3   [observation] The territorial observation catalyst for collective intelligence ofterritories, lead by Guénaël DEVILLET, ULG (Belgique) WP4   [innovation] Integrated innovation and coordination of research, innovation andindustrial policies, lead by Aleksandra GAWEŁ, UEP (Polska)WP5 [reforms] Structural reforms to ensure a minimum welfare for everyone and improvethe well-being of each and all, lead by Timo TOIKKO, SeaMK (Finland)WP6 [governance] Governance initiatives to ensure social cohesion, lead by Blanca MIEDES,Universidad de Huelva (España)WP7 [convergence]- Integration of research results with stakeholders’ expectations, lead byJean-Jacques GIRARDOT, CNRS-MSHE (France) WP8   [dissemination] Stakeholder liaison, exploitation and dissemination, lead by FrançoisSILVA, ESCEM (France)WP9 [management] – Project management, lead by Jean-Jacques GIRARDOT, MSHE CNRS-MSHE (France) 8
  9. 9. WP1 [well-being]WP1 [well-being] Towards a new culture of development driven bywell-being, lead by Cyril MASSELOT, CNRS-MSHE (France)WP1A <well-being> Language and uses of "well being", animated by Éric BOUTIN, CNRS-ISCC(France)WP1B <culture> Cultural contexts of socio-ecological transition, animated by Tulia SACCHERI,UNISA (Italy) WP1Ba <<identity>>, animated by Sophie LACOUR, UPEMLV (France) WP1Bb <<gift>>, animated by O. GALIBERT, UB (France)WP1C <temporality> New temporalities of well being, animated by Sophie LACOUR, UPEMLV(France)WP1D <learning> Learning and sustainable development: education for and by sustainabledevelopment, and training for improve practices in some key jobs, animated by ChristianBOURRET, UPEMLV (France) WP1Da <<education>> Education for and by sustainable developement –Animated by Jean- Luc FAUGUET, Université de Provence (France) WP1Db <<training>> Training in sustainable developement – animated by Antonio IANNACONE, UNISAWP1R  <report> Scientific report, animated by Cyril MASSELOT, CNRS-MSHE (France) 9
  10. 10. WP2 [territories]WP2 [territories] Territorial dimensions of the combination ofdevelopment objectives, lead by Frances FAHY, NUIG (Ireland)WP2A <territory> Understanding territories: linking communities and space, animatedby  Horacio BOZZANO, UNLP (Argentina)WP2B <systems> Analysis of territorial multi-sectorial interactions: approaches andtheoretical, animated by Serge SCHMITZ, ULG (Belgique) WP2C <initiatives> Main learning of regional and local government sustainabilitystrategies and initiatives in the International and European arena, animated by CsilaFILO, PTE (Hungary) WP2D <agenda> Survey on advance and lacks of European Territorial Agenda infavoring global approach and multilevel governance, animated by MichaelFLINTER,UNIBR (Germany)WP2R Report “Strengthening local capacities for socio-ecological transition”, animatedby Frances FAHY, NUIG (Ireland) 10
  11. 11. WP3 [Observation]WP3 [Observation] The territorial observation catalyst for collectiveintelligence of territories, lead by Guénaël DEVILLET, ULG (Belgique)WP3A <combination> From theoretical models of combined development objectives toindicators, animated by Philippe WOLOSZYN, CNRS-ESO (France)WP3B <methods> Fundamental methods and generic tools for territory analysis,animated by Serge ORMAUX, CNRS-MSHE (France)WP3C <indicators> Sustainable development indicators for local level, animated byClaire HAGGETT, EDINBURGH (United Kingdom).WP3D <Modelling> Modelling territorial information systems accessible to sustainabledevelopment actors, animated by Sylvie DAMY, CNRS-MSHE WP3Da << secondary indicators >>, animated by Celia SANCHEZ, University of Huelva, Spain WP3Db << local observation tools >>, animated by Remi THOMAS, CNRS-MSHEWP3E <web-mapping> Design and implementation of a global web mapping, animatedby Peter PEHANI, ZRC SAZU (Slovenia)WP3R <report> Strengthening local capacities for socio-ecological transition, animatedby Guénaël DEVILLET, ULG (Belgique). 11
  12. 12. WP4 [Innovation]WP4 [Innovation] Integrated innovation and coordination ofresearch, innovation and industrial policies, lead by AleksandraGAWEŁ, UEP (Polska)WP4A <integration> Connecting society, research, business and policy in creation andintroduction of innovations, animated by Rafael CACERES, USE (Spain)WP4B <coopetition> Coopetition as market orientation in innovation-driven andknowledge-based society – animated by Marek REKOWSKI, UEP (Poland)WP4C <proposals> Proposals from positive experiences of social and ecologicalinnovation, animated by Jean-Guy HENCKEL, COCAGNE (France). WP4Ca <<experiences>> Inventory of existing innovative experiences, animated by Évelyne BRUNAU, MLPE (France)WP4D <jobs> innovative employment and job prospective – humanistic workplace forcreativity and personal development of working people – animated by Eddie SOULIER,CRNS-UTT (France) WP4Da <<new organization of working>>, animated by Géraldine de La RUPELLE, ESCEM (France) WP4Db <<job prospective>>, animated by Aline SCOUARNEC, ESSEC (France) WP4Dc << Digital socialization >>, animated by O. GALIBERT, UB (France) WP4De <<RSE>> 12WP4R <report> Synthetic Report, animated by Alexandra GAWEL, UEP (Poland)
  13. 13. WP5 [reforms]WP5 [reforms] Structural reforms to ensure a minimum welfare foreveryone and improve the well-being of each and all, lead by TimoTOIKKO, SeaMK (Finland)WP5A <structures> Economic growth versus social welfare structures, animated MarjuMEDAR. TUPC, EstoniaWP5B <reforming> Structural reforms at maintaining and expanding welfare society atEuropean and territorial level, animated by Anne GREEN, WARWICK (UnitedKingdom)WP5C <floor> Universal social protection floor, animated by Manuela Fernandez, UHU,SpainWP5D <solutions> Bridging science, business, society and politics for creating betterwell-being – animated by Maciej PIETRZYKOVSKY, UEPWP5D <report> animated by Timo TOIKKO, SeaMK (Finland) 13
  14. 14. WP6 [Governance]WP6 [Governance] Governance initiatives to ensure social cohesion,lead by Blanca MIEDES, Universidad de Huelva (España)WP6A <coordination> European governance and evaluation as orientation of decisionmaking processes, animated by Päivi RINNE,SeAMK FinlandWP6B <cooperation> Partnerships and smart evaluation as drivers of a cooperativegovernance for a new path of development, animated by Sergei SHUBIN,ABDN UnitedKingdom WP6Ba <<widening>> How politics can help ecological and social innovation?, animated by Julia FERNÁNDEZ QUINTANILLA, ACCEM (Spain)WP6C < participation > From participatory processes to political decision makingprocess in a multi-scale context: analysis and proposals, animated by GuillaumeFABUREL, AMENITES (France).WP6D <gender> Integrating the gender dimension in the new path of development,animated by Dolores REDONDO TORONJO, Universidad de Huelva (Espana)WP6E <cohesion> Social Cohesion and resilience of most disfavoured territories andgroups. UBA Runamia, animated by Mihai PASCARU, UAB (Romania)WP6R <agenda> Political Agenda for a new European wellbeing-based path ofdevelopment, animated by Blanca MIEDES, UHU (Spain) 14
  15. 15. WP7 [Convergence]WP7 [Convergence]- Integration of research results withstakeholders’ expectations, lead by Jean-Jacques GIRARDOT, CNRS-MSHE (France)Scientific committee, chaired by Blanca MIEDESAdvisory Board 15
  16. 16. WP8 [Dissemination]WP8 [Dissemination] Stakeholder liaison, exploitation anddissemination, lead by François SILVA, ESCEM (France)WP8A <press> press relation, animated by François SILVA, ESCEM (France)WP8B <panel> Panel of external advisers (experts, stakeholders and politics), animated by Maria-José ASENSIO, UHU (Spain) WP8Ba <<network>> Internal network of national animators – Teresa ACEYTUNOWP8C <Impact> Impact measurement, animated by Pascal ECHARDOUR,ESCEM FranceWP8D. <portal> Portal of territorial intelligence, animated by Cyril MASSELOT, Université deFranche-Comté, France WP8Da <<Internet>> territorial intelligence and project documents, WP8Dc <<Workspaces>> intranet workspaces, internal communication, animated by Peter ACS, PTE, Hungary WP8Dd <<community>> Downloads of territorial intelligence tools and guidelines, animated by Remi THOMAS, CNRS-MSHE, FranceWP8E <SciPub> scientific publication, animated by Philippe DUMAS, CNRS-ISCC, (France)WP8F <conference> Annual international conference of territorial intelligence and organisation ofproject meetings, animated by Allyson MAREK, ULG (Belgium)WP8G <mofti> On-line education material for a European Master of Territorial Intelligence,animated by Csilla FILO, PTE, Hungary 16
  17. 17. WP9 [management]WP9 [management] – Project management, lead by Jean-JacquesGIRARDOT, MSHE CNRS-MSHE (France)WP9A <administrative> Project administrative coordination, animated by IsabelleMOURET, CNRS-MSHE (France), Financial and scientific reporting reporting animatedby CNRS-DR6.WP9B <quality> Research quality assessment, animated by Daniel ELHERS, UDE(Germany)WP9C <outcome> Outcome mapping, animated by Pascal ECHARDOUR ESCEM(France)General assembly (participant representatives)Executive committeeBoard (participant and team representatives + WP leaders + tasks animators)Plenary assembly (all researchers) 17
  18. 18. GDRI caINTI activitiesTo strengthen the integration of territorial intelligence research and to giveit an international dimension, the participant teams of the GDRI caINTIwill establish : •  A standing virtual cooperation network using the portal www.territorial-intelligence.eu •  A concerted cooperation project •  A periodic scientific meetings hosting the debate on scientific results and prospects, publicize them and updating the cooperation project. 18
  19. 19. GDRI caINTI coordination project4 research axis and 2 cross cutting topics:T. [territories] Territories linking places and communities in the transition to sustainabledevelopment (lead by S. ORMAUX, ThéMA, France)I.   [intelligence] Information, communication, knowledge in an alternative culture ofdevelopment guided by any- and everybody well-being (lead by C. MASSELOT, MSHE,France) G. [governance] Governance agenda organizing structural reforms and initiatives for thesocio-ecological transition (lead by B. MIEDES, OLE, Spain)O.   [observation] Models and observation systems for sustainable development ofterritories (lead by G. DEVILLET, SEGEFA, ULG, Belgium)V.   [vulnerability] Vulnerability of territories and vulnerable populations (lead by P.WOLOSZYN, ESO, France)G. [gender] Gender and sustainable development of territories (lead by D. REDONDO,OLE, Spain) 19
  20. 20. [territories]T. [territories] Territories linking places and communities in thetransition to sustainable development (lead by S. ORMAUX, ThéMA)This axis will continue the state of art concerning the combination of economic, social,environmental and cultural objectives of sustainable development, on:•  nalysis of the territorial intelligence concept and practises <TO ontology>, H ABOZZANO, TAG, Argentina (= WP2A <territory> H. BOZZANO, UNLP, WP1A <well-being>” E. BOUTIN, CNRS-ISCC) •  he scientific fundamental methods and generic tools of territories analysis <TM Tmethods>, S. SCHMITZ, SEGEFA, Belgium (=WP3B   <methods> S. ORMAUX,CNRS) •  erritorial development systems such as clusters, science and industrial parks, Tdevelopment partnership underlying current development in a bottom-up dynamic <TSsystems>, F. FAHY, NIU, Eire (= WP2 [systems])Axis [territories] will strengthen the scientific dimension of territorial intelligence, a conceptresponding to new challenges arising from the exacerbation of tensions between the dimensions ofdevelopment in the global context of the emerging knowledge-based society in very unevenlydeveloped territories. It will give suggestions for a structural reforms for ecological and socialtransition crossed with global research road map. 20
  21. 21. [intelligence]I.   [intelligence] Information, communication, knowledge in analternative culture of development guided by well-being (lead by C.MASSELOT, MSHE)This axis will synthesize research concerned with the changing modes and patterns ofproduction and consumption and with the mobilization of social capital to buildalternative development paths: •  The process of information and communication in the context of cooperation and participation <IC info-com E. BOUTIN I3M> (= WP3A <info-com>) •  The new culture of sustainable development and cultural contexts of the socio- ecological transition <IK culture> T. SACCHIERI DISUFF (= WP 1B <culture>) •  The education for and by sustainable development, training and learning professional practice and citizenship behavior <IE education> C. BOURRET UPEMLV (= WP1C <éducation>) It will lay the foundations for a development model driven by any- and everybody well-being. It will suggest structural reforms and governance initiatives for changing behaviorthrough establishing the referent research activities. 21
  22. 22. [governance] G. [governance] Governance agenda organizing structural reformsand initiatives for the socio-ecological transition (lead by B. MIEDES,OLE, Spain)This axis will continue to enable the discussions and analysis of practices that promotedemocratic and participatory territorial governance, oriented towards the resolution of thetensions, which affect the sustainable development of territories. It will pay particularattention to the areas of employment and innovation. •  It will establish an agenda of governance for socio-ecological transition on:<3GA agenda> M. FLINTNER UNIBR (=WP2D <agenda>) •  Structural reforms that help maintain and develop the welfare society to improve the any- and everybody well being. <GR reforms> T. TOIKKO SEAMK> (=WP5 [reforms] ) •  Governance initiatives in coordination and concertation, cooperation and participation especially in the areas of employment and innovation <GI initiatives> C. FILO PTE (=WP2C <initiatives>, =WP6A <coordination>, WP6B <cooperation> WP4B <coopetition>, WP6C < participation >, =WP4D <jobs>, WP4A <integration>, WP4C <proposals>) 22
  23. 23. [observation]O.   [observation] Models and observation systems for sustainabledevelopment of territories (lead by G. DEVILLET, SEGEFA, Belgium)This axis will compare models of territorial observation and specifications forobservation integrated tools for territories in the context of information transparency andtools accessibility for territorial community. •  It will identify specific indicators relevant to sustainable development (particularly in the social, environmental and cultural areas where they need to be adapted) and available at the local level (which constitutes mainly a major difficulty) in agreement with theoretical models of combined development objectives, and with following international standards <OI indicators> C. HAGGETT, EDINBURGH (= WP3A <combination>, WP3C <indicators>) •  It will continue modelling territorial observation systems available for local actors and citizens <OM modelling> S. DAMY, MSHE (= WP3D <modelling>) •  It will establish concrete specifications for a web mapping system of indicators of sustainable development at an international level for data integration at different scales <OW web-mapping> P. PEHANI SRC SAZU (= WP3E. <web mapping>) •  Axis [observation] will provide specifications for forecasting, assessment, and governance tools and sustainable development actions monitoring. 23
  24. 24. [vulnerability]V.   [vulnerability] Vulnerability of territories and populationsvulnerable (lead by P. WOLOSZYN, ESO)This transversal theme will offer adaptative strategies to increase theresilience of populations and the most vulnerable territories. •  It will explore how regional vulnerabilities can be a lever for the consideration of global issues into local action <VI> •  It will make proposals for the establishment of a minimal system of social [gender] protection <VI floor> M. FERNANDEZ OLE > (= WP5C <floor> ) •  It will analyze the convergence of adaptative actions to strengthen the resilience of the territories and most disadvantaged groups as parts of a coherent strategy for social cohesion, with both introducing political priorities for local action and adapt public action goals to the socio-ecological new i-deal. <VG cohesion> M. PASCARU UAB (= WP6E <cohesion> M. PASCARU UAB) •  It will suggest specific indicators to improve the visibility of the vulnerability of the resilience of territories and populations. Thus, amenities access inequalities should be mapped through «   ambiantope   » environmental enhanced cognitive modelling. <VO> 24
  25. 25. [gender]G. [gender] Gender and sustainable development of territories (leadby D. REDONDO, OLE)This transversal theme will introduce the view of gender in all areas of theproject. •  It will study the implications of the gender concept in the ontology of territorial intelligence <GT> •  It will analyze the integration of gender dimension in defining new modes of development and the implications of inequality between men and women in the new culture of development <GI> •  It will assess the ability of participatory methods to reduce gender imbalance <GG> •  It will define gender equality indicators <GO> 25
  26. 26. Dissemination tasks: •  <DP portal> Portal of territorial intelligence C. MASSELOT MSHE (=WP8D <portal>) •  <<MPA animation>> Internal network of national animators T. ACEYTUNO OLE, •  <<MPW workspaces>> intranet workspaces, internal communication, P ACS, PTE •  <<community>> Downloads of territorial intelligence tools and guidelines R THOMAS, MSHE) •  <DC Conference> A. MAREK SEGEFA (=WP8F <conference> •  <<DCI Internet conference>> C. BARRIONUEVO TAG •  <DM mofti> On-line education material for a European Master of Territorial Intelligence, C. FILO PTE) (=WP8Db <mofti>) •  <DJ jofti> P. DUMAS I3M> Journal of Territorial •  <DP panel> Panel of experts, stakeholders and policy makers M-J. ASENSIO OLE (= WP8B <panel>) •  <DB people> Press relation François SILVA, ESCEM 26
  27. 27. [managementManagement task •  <MD day-to-day> I. MOURET MSHE •  <MQ quality> Research quality assessment D. ELHERS UNIDUE (= WP9B <quality>) •  <MO outcome> Impact measurement P. ECHARDOUR ESCEM (= WP8C <Impact>) 27
  28. 28. [outcome mapping] 28
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  30. 30. ‫ﺷﻜﺮﺍ ﻻﻫﺘﻤﺎﻣﻜﻢ‬ Merci pour votre attention Thank you for your attention Gracias por su atención Vă mulţumesc pentru atenţie Köszönöm a figyelmet Grazie per la vostra attenzioneVielen Dank für Ihre Aufmerksamkeit Kiitos huomiotaΣας ευχαριστώ για την προσοχή σας Dziękuję za uwagę Спасибо за Ваше внимание İlginiz için teşekkürler

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