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7th presentation of the CentraLab Mid-Term Conference held in Budapest on 2 October 2012.

7th presentation of the CentraLab Mid-Term Conference held in Budapest on 2 October 2012.

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  • www.centralivinglab.eu The Budapest Manifesto Francesco Molinari, mail@francescomolinari.it Budapest, 2-10-2012This project is implemented through the CENTRALEUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF
  • www.centralivinglab.eu Contents • Towards the constitution of a NeSTI, Network of Cities and Regions for Social and Territorial Innovation • Why the need for such a network • Baseline: from policy research to practice • A role for the Living Labs approach • Living Labs and Smart Specialisation • Lines of action • Targeted members • Key network activities • Strategic alliances • TimelineThis project is implemented through the CENTRAL Francesco Molinari 2EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF
  • www.centralivinglab.eu NeSTI • Network for Social and Territorial Innovation • Opento all regional and local government bodies and agencies, including EGTCs • Signatories to Budapest Manifesto (officially disclosed today, still open to proposals for changing individual parts of it) • Commitmentto cross-border, transnational, and inter-regional cooperation to address keychallenges of modern times through Social and Territorial InnovationThis project is implemented through the CENTRAL Francesco Molinari 3EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF
  • www.centralivinglab.eu Why the need for such a network • Three great challenges for the EU and global public sector: – Financial crisis undermining the European social model – Climate change already threatening anddestroying our territories – Crisis of representation and the democratic deficit • “Traditional” answers are proving ineffective – Most of the “new” policies and services require a deep and complete engagement of citizens/businesses – There is an untapped potential of Future Internet technologies in mobilizing and finalizing people’s activismThis project is implemented through the CENTRAL Francesco Molinari 4EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF
  • www.centralivinglab.eu Why (foll.) • Shared strategies are required: – Innovation as the guiding policy, but improving democratic governance – Capturing the potential of increasing civic participation together with Future Internet – Re-framing the role of the public sector in a demand- driven perspective • Too little capitalisation so far – Recent experiences, still ongoing (e.g. Smart Cities) – Risk of effort duplication, limited impactThis project is implemented through the CENTRAL Francesco Molinari 5EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF
  • www.centralivinglab.eu Baseline • MedLab: Mediterranean Living Lab for Territorial Innovation – ERDF TC MED, 2009-2011 • Alcotra Innovation – ERDF TC Cross-Border Alcotra, 2010-2013 • CentraLab: Central European Living Lab for Territorial Innovation – ERDF TC CEE, 2011-2014 • Parterre: Electronic Participation Tools for Spatial Planning and Territorial Development – CIP (ICT-PSP), 2010-2012 • Periphèria: Networked Smart Peripheral Cities for Sustainable Lifestyles – CIP (ICT-PSP), 2010-2013This project is implemented through the CENTRAL Francesco Molinari 6EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF
  • www.centralivinglab.eu Arole for the LL approach Framework conditions Physical/Virtual Infrastructure Regional development Human Capital Sustainable Growth Policy instruments Smart Specialisation EU Funding of R&D Strategy and Innovation Living Labs? Social Inclusion Natural Resources Etc.Budapest,is 2-10-2012the ERDF This project implemented through the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme co-financed by Francesco Molinari 7
  • www.centralivinglab.eu The Smart Specialisation concept Inward-looking Outward-looking • Focus policy support and public • Search integration and coordination of the investments on key national/regional nation’s / region’s potential for excellence and comparative advantage within the priorities, challenges and needs for international division of work development • Prioritize interventions on the country’s / • Build interventions on the region’s most connected industries, so countrys/region’s strengths, competitive that they are best enabled to learn from the outside world advantages and potential for excellence • Promote technological diversification of • Support technological innovation as well existing local industries in related and as practice-based (e.g. ecological and emerging domains organisational) innovation • Align human capital endowments and qualifications to the current and • Get local stakeholders fully involved and prospective needs of the key enterprise encourage private sector investment and sector(s) pilot experimentation • Enhance the framework conditions for • Develop evidence-based policies with greater business expenditure in R&D and (open, social) innovation sound monitoring and evaluation systems.This project is implemented through the CENTRAL Francesco Molinari 8EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF
  • www.centralivinglab.eu• We know (from the EC guidelines) that an When? “ideal” S3 construction process is made up of several steps, starting from an Analysis of initial conditions, and proceeding with the setup of a Governance structure, the execution of a Visioning exercise, and Monitoring Analysis culminating into the Selection of funding priorities;• These have to be embedded into an appropriate Policy mix and their strategic and operational rollout has to be carefully Policy mix Governance monitored and evaluated, in the perspective of replicating the experiment for another instantiation within the same (or a new) programming period• Based on our experience, we envisage that Selection Vision most – if not all – of the above stages are suitable for integration with the Living Lab approach.• The most promising areas are highlighted in deep blue colour. This project is implemented through the CENTRAL Francesco Molinari 9 EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF
  • www.centralivinglab.eu Lines of Action • Adoption of the Living Lab citizen- centric approach to co-design policy solutions capturing the benefits of the Future Internet • Bottom-up Smart Specialisation strategies integrating local Territorial Agenda and Digital Agenda priorities with innovation profiles • Experimentation of multi- stakeholder co-production of public services and pre- commercial public procurement as a motor of innovationThis project is implemented through the CENTRAL Francesco Molinari 10EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF
  • www.centralivinglab.eu Targeted members: Regions and Cities • Key role to play in a logic of multi-level governance closer to the citizen • Mandate to intervene on key systems, with harmonic territorial development • Programming responsibility for majority of EU development funds • Network capital built on experiences of territorial cooperationThis project is implemented through the CENTRAL Francesco Molinari 11EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF
  • www.centralivinglab.eu Key Network Activities • Play a pro-active role in the Smart Specialisation Platform based on the community-driven Living Lab process approach • Promote reciprocal learning, transfer and sharing of good practice within the member organisations • Establish means for transversal, multi-level inter-sectoral and multi-disciplinary governance of innovation processes • Develop common and macro-regional strategies that integrate funding sources bottom-up (FP, ERDF, ESF, EARDF, EFF, etc.) • Define concrete goals, success criteria, and performance indicators through a mixture of competitive and collaborative benchmarkingThis project is implemented through the CENTRAL Francesco Molinari 12EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF
  • www.centralivinglab.eu Strategic Alliances • ENoLL, the European Network of Living Labs • Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe • IPTS and the S3 Platform community • ERRINand other Regions for Economic Change networks • RegioNetwork 2020 • The European Urban Knowledge Network (EUKN) • The CIP ICT PSP Connected Smart Cities Portfolio • EuroCities • Covenant of Mayors • OtherThis project is implemented through the CENTRAL Francesco Molinari 13EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF
  • www.centralivinglab.eu Timeline • October 2nd, 2012 – Launch of the Budapest Manifesto • October2012 – Publication of the draft document on a consultation site – Dissemination of the public consultation opportunity – Official transmission to the EC (DG Regio) as an open document • December 2012 – Target of 20 signatories, more invited • June 2013 – 1st International Conference in the context of the CentraLab project, open to Regional and City representatives at EU level • December 2013 – Target of 50 signatories, more invitedThis project is implemented through the CENTRAL Francesco Molinari 14EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF
  • www.centralivinglab.eu Thanks for your kind attention Francesco Molinari, mail@francescomolinari.itThis project is implemented through the CENTRALEUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF