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    • Manuela Fernández Borrero, Lecturer of Social Psychology. Universidad de Huelva (Spain) manuela.fernandez@ole.uhu.es Blanca Miedes Ugarte, Professor of Applied Economy. Universidad de Huelva (Spain ) miedes@uhu.es Observatorio Local de Empleo. Universidad de Huelva , www.ole.uhu.es, Technical Team Plan Integral Distrito 5 Huelva distrito5@valdocco.org
    • SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL TRANSITION The World in 2025 Report: • Current societies face major economic and social tensions that are demanding a socio-ecological transition at global level. • It is important to take into account the territorial dimension of the causes and effects of these tensions. • It is needed to strengthen mechanisms and instruments of territorial governance to enable a more adapted transition to population needs in each territory. *EUROPEAN COMMISSION (2009): The World in 2025. Rising Asia and Socio- Ecological Transition. Directorate-General for Research, Research*eu http://ec.europa.eu/research/research-eu.
    • We need to promote a new socio-ecological transition in order to change • The metabolic profile (energy use, material use), • The infrastructure, • The range of technologies, • The demographic reproduction, • The environmental impact and regulatory positive and negative feedbacks between the socio-economic system and the natural environment. • But perhaps most important thing is to promote a change in the economic and governance structures. Social Innovation
    • Social Innovation • It is a social developmnet action (that improves the well-being and/or social cohesion). • Which suposes an original change. • It obtains qualitative transformations through networking systems. • It has to be reproducible* * MORALES GUTIÉRREZ, A. C. (2009a) "Innovación social y servicios sociales" Zerbitzuan. Revista de Servicios Sociales, 45, 151-178.
    • Social Innovation Changes Instrumental Mental processes: processes: network, creativity organizational and divergent system and thought. territorial implication. Social Behavioural Processes: processes: divseristy, opening, transformation empathy, and integration tolerance and processes risk.
    • D5 APROACH Multisectorial intervention Social cohesion Change our vision about the ploblems Multidimensional Projects should resolve neighbors’ and territories’ needs and wishes Participative Networks Collective Intelligence
    • SOCIO-TERRITORIAL INNOVATION Social Innovation Socio- territorial Innovation Territorial Innovation Territorial Intelligence Socio-Territorial Innovation Knowledged-based development combining economic competitiveness and employment growth, social well- being, environmental quality and civil participation. It implies transformations, new methodologies, results, processes, etc.
    • PLAN INTEGRAL DEL DISTRITO V Territory: Peripherical arean in Huelva city (165.000 hab.) Population: 20.000 hab. in 7 districts. Is well recognized example of local governance, networking, civil participation in Combating Poverty and Social Exclusion. X ANNIVERSARY in 2010. Good Practice by United Nations (2008). Good Practice in Torino (2003) in the Second European Round Table on Poverty and Social Exclusion. 55 Diverse Regional award: Voluntary network ing actors (2010). Governance Bottom-up and action- approach. research
    • EL PLAN INTEGRAL DEL DISTRITO V 2000: DIAGNOSIS-DRAFT VALDOCCO OLE (UHU) 2001: DIAGNOSIS Multidimensional problems Need of integral actions I Prospective seminary 2002: DESIGN Starting up. Entities and institutions adhesions (Regional and Local Goverment, ONG’). 2003-2008: FIRST STAGE Awards. The city council leaves the plan ( 2004). Important results and challenges. II Prospective seminary. Analisis and technical reports. 2008-TODAY: SECOND STAGE New structure. New entities/actors. New challenges.
    • PLAN INTEGRAL’S STRUCTURE: THEMATICS FORUMS (6) Submision to diverse PROJECTS PROJECTS COMMISSIONS competititive call for proposals to get founds Staff 2 people = 70.000 € a year, founded by Regional Goverment (Wellbeing Department)
    • PLAN INTEGRAL LIKE AN EXAMPLE OF SOCIAL AND TERRITORIAL INNOVATION LOCAL ACTORS RESOURCES AND (PUBLIC AND TERRITORY PRIVATE) INNOVACIÓN Interaction + learning and transformation INSTITUTIONAL NETWORK COOPERATION AND ORGANIZATION CITIZENSHIP The objetctive is not only overcoming problems and difficulties but the generation of social and community dynamics that allow facing creatively and effectively the challenges, to obtain empowerment.
    • Beyond participation, D5 is social innovation GOBERNANCE STRUCTURE ACTION-RESEARCH. PROSPECTIVE VISION MULTINIVEL. HETERARCHY EVALUATION. Agility, synergies, METHODOLOGIES. Scientific foundation of Challenges actions. definition Analysis of threats and Needs evaluation. risks. Shared construction of Management of actors capabilities. conflicts. Actions planning Agreements Transversal focus in POLITICAL action. Participacion of very EMPOWERMENT diverse actors.
    • Beyond the participation, D5 is social innovation DEMOCRATIC PERMANENT AND LONG- STRUCTURE.CITIZENSHIP TERRITORIAL DIMENSION TERM DEVELOPMENT PARTICIPATION Flowchart: Perspective Consideration of citizenship accedes from the the territorial forums and the Behavioural and dimension. assembly. social processes Participation of Construction of neighbour trust networks. The Territory like associations. object but Development of mainly as Civil and subject territorial needs. social capital
    • D5 is social innovation Continuity Trust Cooperative networks work Democratic Proactive Dynamic Proximity Multinivel Quality of Wellbeing life governance Social Capital It is not the panacea. Conflicts do exist, but D5 allows to place them in a global perspective and to reduce tensions …
    • TEN YEARS RESULTS Employers' organization Health’s center Fight against absenteeism Dynamization More than 30 projects, approximately 3.600 involve PEOPLE each year. More than 35 radio interviews , more than 60 Regularization participative workshops Rehabilitation of and meetings…. housings (1.400) PARTICIPATION FOR A BETTER LIFE
    • TEN YEARS RESULTS Studies and scientifcs Youth: leisure, papers. Participative- sexuality, traffic … action-research. Sports plan Workshops of autoesteem Image’s change
    • WITH THIS INNOVATIVE PRACTICE THE PLAN CONTINUES WORKING FOR … To work with youth, To increase citizenship with women, elders … participation To develop new technologies and tools in diagnoses, evaluations, Management planning and of conflicts projects … To finish with social exclusion To obtain institutional local Empowerment support/help To solve in an integral way needs and problems