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Essa apresentação vai contar um pouco sobre como foi a experiência do Annual Curators Meeting em Genebra, Suiça, em agosto de 2013.

Essa apresentação vai contar um pouco sobre como foi a experiência do Annual Curators Meeting em Genebra, Suiça, em agosto de 2013.

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Annual Curators Meeting - Global Shapers Porto Alegre Hub Annual Curators Meeting - Global Shapers Porto Alegre Hub Presentation Transcript

  • OI! ESSA APRESENTAÇÃO VAI CONTAR UM POUCO SOBRE COMO FOI A EXPERIÊNCIA DO ANNUAL CURATORS MEETING EM GENEBRA, SUIÇA. 16 - 20 AGOSTO :)
  • MAS ANTES VAMOS ENTENDER O QUE É WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM E GLOBAL SHAPERS COMMUNITY. 16 - 20 AGOSTO :)
  • Uma organização indepentente internacional comprometida em desenvolver o mundo através do engajamento de líderes da política, da academia e dos negócios. O Fórum é uma fundação sem fins lucrativos, apartidária e totalmente livre de interesses. O World Economic Forum é
  • We are becoming increasingly aware that solutions to our global challenges must purposefully engage youth, at all levels – locally, regionally, nationally and globally. This generation has the passion, dynamism and entrepreneurial spirit to shape the future. “ Klaus Schwab ENTÃO ELES PENSARAM:
  • 50% da população mundial está abaixo dos 27 anos. ENTÃO ELES PENSARAM: Uma geração de milleniums incrivelmente colaborativa e engajada socialmente. Uma geração que quer deixar um legado e impactar positivamente a sociedade. Uma geração que já está empoderada e desenhando o futuro do mundo.
  • “WE HAVE TO BRING THESE YOUNG LEADERS TOGETHER, TO SEAT ON THE TABLE WITH GLOBAL LEADERS TO DIALOGUE.”
  • GLOBAL SHAPERS ARE — Young and ambitious (20-30 years) — Outstanding — Diverse in terms of background — Open minded and creative — Willing to: — act — cause impact — make a difference — contribute to the community — We feel that we can change something.
  • DESENVOLVEMOSSOLUÇÕES SIMPLESEVIÁVEISPARA PROBLEMASDECOMUNIDADES.
  • OSMEMBROS
  • OK, VAMOS FALAR DE ACM 2013.
  • O TEMA CENTRAL DO ENCONTRO ERA: ENCONTRANDO O NOSSO RÍTMO.
  • POR SER UMA COMUNIDADE COM APENAS DOIS ANOS, ESSE EVENTO TINHA POR PROPÓSITO, TRAZER TODOS OS CURADORES JUNTOS PARA DISCUTIR BOAS PRÁTICAS, PROJETOS, EXPERIÊNCIAS COM O INTUITO DE APERFEIÇOAR O SEU HUB >>
  • E PRA ISSO, TODOS PRECISAM ESTAR NO MESMO RÍTMO.
  • Friday 16 August Saturday 17 August Sunday 18 August Monday 19 August Tuesday 20 August Wednesday 21 August Arrivals (throughout the day) Shuttle from Hotel Departure 07.45 Shuttle from Hotel Departure 07.30 Shuttle from Hotel Departure 07.30 Departure at 07.45 by foot Departures (throughout the day) Private Programme Aquaparc, Le Bouveret Private Programme World Economic Forum, Cologny Meet the Forum Community World Economic Forum, Cologny Private Programme Grand Hotel Kempinski, Geneva Lunch Lunch Lunch Working Lunch Private Programme Aquaparc, Le Bouveret Private Programme World Economic Forum, Cologny Shuttle from the Forum Private Programme Grand Hotel Kempinski, GenevaCommunity Projects Geneva Transfer to Dinner by foot Departure 17.45 Transfer to Boat Transfer to Dinner by foot Departure at 19.30 Transfer to Dinner Departure at 19.30 Global Shapers Welcome and Community Dinner at 18.00 Hotel President Wilson, Geneva Global Shapers Community Dinner Cruise at 19.30 “Rhône”  Boat Global Shapers Community Dinner at 19.30 World Economic Forum, Cologny Global Shapers Community Dinner and Soirée at 19.45 Grand Hotel Kempinski, Geneva Global Shapers Optional Dinner at 20.00 Little Buddha, Geneva
  • PORTO ALEGRE CURITIBA SÃO PAULO BRASÍLIA MANAUS 5 SHAPERS DO BRASIL 26 HUBS LATAM 266 HUBS MUNDO +2700 SHAPERS
  • FOMOS AO AQUAPARC UM LUGAR QUE COMO VOCÊS PODEM VER, É FANTÁSTICO, PARA INICIAR A BUSCA PELO NOSSO RÍTMO. DIA 1
  • 1 - DISCUTIR SOBRE RESPONSABILIDADES DOS SHAPERS, DOS CURADORES, COMO DEVEM SER OS PROJETOS, COMO É A GOVERNANÇA ETC.
  • TIME DA AMERICA LATINA.
  • 2 - CONSTRUIR UM BARCO COM O MATERIAL FORNECIDO: UM PEDAÇO DE ISOPOR, 3 CAIXAS DE PAPELÃO. DOIS PRÊMIOS: PARA O BARCO MAIS CRIATIVO, E PARA O BARCO MAIS FUNCIONAL.
  • WHEN YOU DON’T HAVE MUCH TIME, FOCUS ON ONLY ONE PROBLEM. HAVE A SECOND PLAN, WHAT IF EVERYTHING GOES WRONG? WHAT IF THAT BOAT SINK? PRINCIPAIS INSIGHTS:
  • DEPOIS A GALERA COMPARTILHOU COMO FOI A EXPERIÊNCIA DE TRABALHAR EM UM GRUPO ONDE TODOS SÃO LÍDERES.
  • DEPOIS A GALERA COMPARTILHOU COMO FOI A EXPERIÊNCIA DE TRABALHAR EM UM GRUPO ONDE TODOS SÃO LÍDERES.
  • YOU CAN NEVER FIGHT ALONE. FORM A TEAM. A DREAM TEAM. INSIGHTS INICIAIS
  • EVERYBODY WANTS TO CHANGE THE WORLD. BUT NO ONE WANTS TO CHANGE YOURSELF. INSIGHTS INICIAIS
  • LISTEN, TOUCH, LOOK, HAVE FUN. THAN INNOVATE. INSIGHTS INICIAIS
  • DON’T TAKE A BREATH, ALLOW A BREATH. STOP TAKING. STAR ALLOWING. INSIGHTS INICIAIS
  • VOLTAMOS DE BARCO PARA O HOTEL. VIDA BOA. DEPOIS FICAMOS NA BEIRA DO LAGO TOMANDO CEVA.
  • DIA 2 COMPARTILHAMENTO DE BOAS PRÁTICAS, EXPERIÊNCIAS E PROJETOS.
  • FOMOS À SEDE OFICIAL DO WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM.
  • BOAS PRÁTICAS
  • ALGUNS HUBS FORAM SELECIONADOS PARA APRESENTAR O QUE DE MELHOR VEM FAZENDO, DO PROCESSO DE SELEÇÃO À ENGAJAMENTO COM O FÓRUM. PORTO ALEGRE APRESENTOU O PROJETO DEARFRIEND.CC
  • SELECCION
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  • POTENCIAL DE IMPACTO INTERESSE DOS MEMBROS ATRATIVO PARA PATROCÍNIO ATRATIVO PARA A SOCIEDADE. 2 3 4 5 PROJECT SELECTION / CRITÉRIOS ESCALABILIDADE 1 • OS PROJETOS ESTÃO EM CONSTANTE TRANSFORMAÇÃO. • TER UM PROJETO PRINCIPAL, E OUTROS PEQUENOS PROJETOS. • DIVIDIR-SE EM GRUPOS. • COMPROMISSO COMPLETO!
  • UTILIZA UMA ONG OU UM COLABORADOR PARA CAPTAR RECURSOS. IDENTIFICAR REDES COM MESMO OBJETIVO. CONFIAR APRESENTAR O TRABALHO VOLUNTARIADO EVENTOS SOCIAIS PARA ARRECADAR FUNDOS. 1 2 3 4 5 6 CREATIVE RESOURCING
  • CROSS HUB COLLABORATION POWERING EDUCATION: ROMA + NAIROBI. TRABALHANDO JUNTOS PARA DAR MAIS LUZ AS CRIANÇAS DO KENYA QUE NA FALTA DE ENERGIA ELETRICA, SENTAM NO MEIO FIO DA RUA PARA PEGAR LUZ DOS POSTES.
  • www.eprize.com Powering Education Powering Education supports the diffusion of clean energy & innovative technologies as key enablers for education & access to culture. Already impacting 1750 lives By: Rome, Nairobi & Milan Hubs First Installation - Amboseli, Kenya (June 2013)
  • www.eprize.com What is the issue? We believe that the two main drivers for development and poverty reduction are Energy Access and Education. Energy access can dramatically improve quality of life. Education can help children to build a better future and contribute to the development of their countries. Nonetheless there is still very little quantitative evidence of the impact of energy on education and neither a structured framework that fosters the education environment to favor energy access. What is the magnitude or severity of the issue? More than 1.2 billion people worldwide currently do not have access to any source of electricity. By 2030 global energy demand is expected to grow by 30% and more than 95% of this growth will come from developing countries. Who is affected by the issue? This issue dramatically affect children. We estimate that around 93 million children in the school age living in rural areas of Sub-Saharan Africa have no electricity to study after the sun goes down. Their families pay more than $40 billion per year for heavily polluting and dangerous kerosene lamps, thus forcing the parents to minimize the study hours of the pupils. Why is this issue so urgent? These 93 million children that could study are 93 million potential ways to foster the development of these countries. Furthermore, about 3.5 million people, mainly women and children, die each year from respiratory illness due to harmful indoor pollution caused by kerosene. This represents more than double the deaths attributed to malaria (1.2 million) or to HIV/AIDS (1.5 milion). Guinean students study under the lights of the Conakry airport parking lot. Though they are dim, the lights are among the few in the electricity-starved capital that are sure to be on in the evening.
  • www.eprize.com There is a strong connection between clean energy diffusion and access to education and culture. The high lighting cost in developing countries has a direct impact on the study hours of the children. But the school also represents the perfect social environment and a powerful interconnection of many other networks to foster a sustainable diffusion of clean lighting. What were your goals? Conceive a large-scale and economically sustainable energy access program, based on renewable energy for powering education access whilst reducing the gender-gap. How did you execute your project? We will provide the schools with solar lanterns and the children will be able to borrow these to take home, replacing the kerosene and open fire they currently use to get light. The lanterns are brought to the school on a daily basis for recharging and families are offered the opportunity to buy them over an extended period by paying a small fee on a daily basis, based on the savings they have on fuel. Once a lantern is fully paid, we will provide a new one to the school for the same procedure to be repeated. New life enhancing technology is introduced, a local demand is allowed to form, and the new lamps can be multiplied over time, with an exponential impact. What did you learn about working with your team of Global Shapers within your Hub? We learned that distances don’t matter and that the passion and the determination to make the World better can overcome any boarder, especially when facing global issues of this scale. What is your solution?
  • www.eprize.com The first phase of the project taking place in Kenya foresees the installation of 350 solar lamps with a “randomized control trial” and the evaluation of a number of indicators, such as school grades. An in-depth survey with the students will be done to better clarify the impact on the school results. . How many lives will be positively impacted by your Hub Project? According to our business plan, we have estimated that each solar lamp will affect the lives of 4-5 people: the student plus his family. Thus, we estimate that the solar lamps have an impact on 350 children and a total of 1750 people. What was the financial investment required to deliver your solution? The investment so far has been approximately 16,000 USD. A significant portion of these funds were necessary to cover the academic and research costs related to this pilot project, that is the cost of the surveys with the students and logistics in the rural areas of Amboseli Park. These two components constitute approximately 40% of the budget. What was your return on investment? We assume that once optimized the model will allow to have a conversion factor of 100-120 new lamps for any initial batch of 100 lamps in the span of two school terms, thanks to the savings from the fuel and the possibility a buying the lamp over time. Moreover, each lamp has an over impact on 4-5 people. What were your results?
  • www.eprize.com How could each grant expand the impact of your project? The fuel savings obtained with the solar lamps are the key driver to build an economically sustainable business model. The model is based on an initial batch of lamps, which are repaid with the savings over a certain period of time. The repayment model is built in such a way that part of the fee goes to repay the initial batch provided by Powering Education, whereas part goes to support local operations as well as to allow the purchase of new lamps, with the creation of an entrepreneurial and self-sustaining framework (see cash flow in slide 4 for a batch of 100 lamps). The grant will allow Powering Education to leverage the terrific work done so far with the assessment study and to maximize the results with a focus on scalability issues and on how to optimize the model and replicate it over time. Furthermore, a significant attention will be paid on building an entrepreneurial set of skills and mindset within the local communities for managing the operations over time, in order to create a true self-sustaining model. This will be embodied by what we called the “Solar Mentors” appointed as agents to promote the benefits of social lighting to their students Potential Impact of a $50,000 grant: § Capacity Building & Training § Kenya, three projects each with: § First Batch 200 lamps – 400 lamps after 24 weeks approximately § Export the model to other countries (e.g. Guinea): § First Batch 200 lamps – 400 lamps after 24 weeks approximately § Total Lives impacted: ~10.000 after one year Potential Impact of a $10,000 grant: § Capacity Building & Training § Kenya, one project with: § First Batch 200 lamps – 400 lamps after 24 weeks approximately § Total lives impacted: ~2.500 after one year
  • www.eprize.com “Black out” Why Energy Access & Education? “Black out” represents a metaphorical as well as physical journey in one of the world’s most energy deprived countries: Guinea Bissau. The documentary perfectly depicts the numerous difficulties children in energy poor places must face in order to achieve their dreams and even to just get their school work done and how a small object like a solar lamp could dramatically change their lives. By showing this document about Guinea, located in the other side of the continent with respect to Kenya, we want to further convey the scale of the issue faced by Powering Education. (Courtesy of Eva Weber) Link to the video: http://vimeo.com/41361234
  • ENGAGING WITH THE FORUM
  • ENGAGING WITH THE FORUM UCRANIA INSIGHTS: FAZER RODADAS DE MESA ABERTA COM LÍDERES LOCAIS. ATIVAS OS YOUNG GLOBAL LEADERS DO PAÍS. PARTICIPAR DAS DISCUSSOES ONLINE QUE O WEF OFERECE. PARTICIPAR DOS EVENTOS GLOBAIS COMO “DIGNITY DAY”. PEDIR AJUDA PARA O WEF. MAS SABER O QUE PEDIR.
  • ENGAGING HUB MEMBERS
  • ENGAGING HUB MEMBERS LISBOA INSIGHTS: DIVIRTAM-SE: FESTAS, BARES, JANTARES. ENCONTRAR LÍDERES QUE SAIBAM SER LIDERADOS. ENCONTRAR PESSOAS QUE TEM TEMPO. NÃO É UMA EMPRESA, MAS PRECISA DE COMPROMETIMENTO. COMPROMETIMENTO É A COLA DO GRUPO. TODOS TÊM UMA VIDA, MAS ISSO VAI SER DIVERTIDO.
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  • DIA 3 DE MANHÃ: FALANDO COM O WEF. DE TARDE: COMMUNITY WORKSHOPS
  • TRADUÇÃO DE LIVROS DO INGLÊS PARA O FRANCÊS.
  • LIMPAR A CIDADE
  • SEPARAR ROUPAS PARA VENDA E DOAÇÃO
  • DIA 4 CONSTRUINDO O FUTURO DO GLOBAL SHAPERS COMMUNITY.
  • CADA TRIBO TEVE QUE CRIAR UM VÍDEO DE 1 MINUTO SOBRE O GSC.
  • CADA TRIBO TEVE QUE CRIAR UM VÍDEO DE 1 MINUTO SOBRE O GSC.
  • 90 CADA TRIBO TEVE QUE CRIAR UM VÍDEO DE 1 MINUTO SOBRE O GSC.
  • 91 CADA TRIBO TEVE QUE CRIAR UM VÍDEO DE 1 MINUTO SOBRE O GSC.
  • 92 ESSA ERA A MINHA TRIBO.
  • 20 GRUPOS FALANDO SOBRE 10 TÓPICOS IMPORTANTES PARA O GSC.
  • TÓPICOS QUE EU CONSIDERO IMPORTANTE CRITÉRIO DE SELEÇÃO DE NOVOS SHAPERS: • BRAINSTORMER • EXTENSIVE NETWORK OF INFLUENTIAL LEADERS • IDEAS PERSON: BRINGS AND BUILD IDEAS (OPEN MINDED + TEAM PLAYER) • WILLING AND ABLE TO DEDICATE A MINIMUM OF HOURS TO HUB. • LOCAL EXPERTISE AND GLOBAL INTEREST • EXTREMELY AWEEEESOME. • NEVER SACRIFICE QUALITY/COMMITTED POTENTIAL SHAPERS TO REACH WEF GOALS
  • TÓPICOS QUE EU CONSIDERO IMPORTANTE PROCESS ARE CONTINUALLY REFINED TO ENSURE THAT A CRITICAL MASS OF MEMBERS IS IS ACTIVELY ENGAGE TO DRIVE EACH COMMUNITY. • HUB FINANCIALLY SUPPORTS A HIGHLY ENGAGED SHAPER TO ATTEND EVENTS FROM G.S COMMUNITY. • PROVIDE DISCOUNTS / SPONSORS TO HELP SHAPERS TO TRAVEL TO VISIT AND CONNECT WIT OTHER HUBS • INCLUDE HUB RECOMMENDATION IN THE SELECTION PROCESS FOR THE FORUM EVENTS. • IN THIS COMMUNITY SHAPERS MUST LEARN, LEAD AND SOCIALIZE. • TO ADOPT A REGIONAL AGENDA FOR CROSS HUB COLLABORATION.
  • TÓPICOS QUE EU CONSIDERO IMPORTANTE A STRONG KNOWLEDGE BASE • HAVING AN ADVISORY BOARD OF COMMUNITY STAKEHOLDERS. • BUILDING STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS TO ENHANCE THE LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE. • INCENTIVE SHAPERS TO KEEP THEIR PROFILES ACTUALIZED ON THE PLATFORM.
  • TÓPICOS QUE EU CONSIDERO IMPORTANTE A SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC MODEL EXISTS FOR EACH COMMUNITY • LEGAL FOUNDATION. • NETWORK WEF, YOUNG GLOBAL LEADERS, HUMAN CAPITAL • MAINTAINING INDEPENDENCE - DIVERSE FUNDING. • CROWDFUND PROJECTS INTERNALLY.
  • TÓPICOS QUE EU CONSIDERO IMPORTANTE A COMMITTED AND SKILLED COMMUNITY MANAGER OR TEAM IS DESIGNATED FOR EACH COMMUNITY AND ACTS - TOGETHER WITH A TEAM - AS THE CONCIERGE OF THE COMMUNITY. • CLEAR GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE AND PROCESSES. • LOCAL LEVEL ADVISORY BOARD. • CREATE A CONTACT LIST OF POSSIBLE PARTNERS & COMMUNITY HEADS.
  • TERMINAMOS COM MUITO BATUQUE E GRITARIA :) ENCONTRAMOS NOSSO RÍTMO. 99
  • TERMINAMOS COM MUITO BATUQUE E GRITARIA :) ENCONTRAMOS NOSSO RÍTMO.
  • TERMINAMOS COM MUITO BATUQUE E GRITARIA :) ENCONTRAMOS NOSSO RÍTMO.
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  • INSIGHTS FINAIS PRECISAMOS DE UMA ESTRATÉGIA DE COMUNICAÇÃO CLARA COM O WEF, ELES PRECISAM SABER QUAIS OS ASSUNTOS QUE NOS INTERESSAM COMO HUB E COMO INDIVÍDUOS. ESTA É UMA COMUNIDADE ÚNICA NO MUNDO, NUNCA ANTES NA HISTÓRIA CRIOU UMA COMUNIDADE NÃO- RELIGIOSA, QUE RIGOROSAMENTE SELECIONADOS JOVENS DE DIFERENTES CULTURAS, RELIGIÕES, LÍNGUAS, CLASSES SOCIAIS, PROFISSÕES E QUASE TODOS OS PAÍSES O MUNDO, DE SE SENTIR PARTE DE UMA COMUNIDADE E COM UM FATOR EM COMUM: TENTAR MELHORAR O ESTADO DO MUNDO. PRECISAMOS FORMALIZAR O NOSSO COMPROMISSO COM A COMUNIDADE E TER UMA LÓGICA DE TRABALHO PARA O NOSSO HUB. ISSO VAI FACILITAR O ENGAJAMENTO DE TODOS. VAMOS FOCAR NAS COISAS QUE PODEMOS FAZER JUNTOS, E QUE NÃO PODERÍAMOS FAZER INDIVIDUALMENTE. SER UM GLOBAL SHAPER É UM COMPROMISSO, NÃO ALGO PARA COLOCAR NO CURRÍCULO. PARA GERAR MUDANÇA LOCAL PRECISAMOS INVESTIR ENERGIA, TEMPO E ESFORÇO. SOMOS PARTE DE UMA DAS ORGANIZAÇÕES MAIS INFLUENTES NO MUNDO, DEPENDE SÓ DE NÓS PARA ENCONTRAR A MELHOR MANEIRA DE USAR ISSO A FAVOR DE NOSSA MISSÃO COMO HUB E NOSSA MISSÃO COMO UM INDIVÍDUO.
  • SE VOCÊ QUER IR MAIS MAIS RÁPIDO, VÁ SOZINHO. SE QUER IR MAIS LONGE, VAMOS JUNTOS.