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Public & Collaborative

  1. 1. Social Innovation Generation presents Public and Collaborative A presentation by Ezio Manzini Professor of Industrial Design, Milan Polytechnic In partnership withMay 7nd, 2012
  2. 2. Victoria 5.04.2012public&collaborativea new generation of public services what if… public services become platforms to trigger, enable, support citizens’ active and collaborative behaviours?Ezio Manzini, INDACO, Politecnico di Milano - DESIS Network
  3. 3. Cuernavaca, 1973, Ivan Illich Tools for conviviality “Give people tools that guarantee their right to work with independent efficiency” and that “allow the user to express his meaning in action”40 years latertools for convivialitytools for a networked sustainable society
  4. 4. active andcollaborative people
  5. 5. Community Garden, New York City vacant properties transformed into attractive green spaces by neighbourhood communities
  6. 6. Community Garden, New York City user’s and deliverer’s roles blur collaborative housing citizen-gardener .
  7. 7. Community Garden, New York City the power of doing together collaborative housing collaboration .
  8. 8. Community Garden, New York City collaborative housing multiple functions .
  9. 9. Community Garden, New York City a new kind of public service? collaborative housing new governance .
  10. 10. good news! community garden-like initiatives are spreading worldwidecollaborative solutions for everyday life
  11. 11. in this moment, worldwide, hundreds of thousands of social people, groups, organisations areinnovation experimenting new “New ideas that work ways of social goals” in meeting living and producingFoundation, 2006 The Young
  12. 12. cohousing, collaborative housing,couch surfing, circles of care, elderlymutual-help, micro-nurseries, timebanks, local currencies, car pooling, social innovationcar sharing, food coops, farmers new ideasmarkets, zero-miles food, community- that work in meetingsupported agriculture, neighbourhoodcare, street social demands festivals,new generation a communitygardens, community-basedservices? of social tourism,social enterprises, co-working, fairtrade organisations, social incubators
  13. 13. Circle of care, Southwark (UK) a membership organization for senior citizens, which takes care of everyday chores and supportsast  Side,  Nnetworks. Lower  E social ew  York  
  14. 14. Circle of care, Southwark (UK)how does it work?
  15. 15. Circle of care, Southwark (UK) membershow does it work?
  16. 16. Circle of care, Southwark (UK)helper members how does it work?
  17. 17. Circle of care, Southwark (UK)helper expert members how does it work?
  18. 18. Circle of care, Southwark (UK) activities # learning! # help with! activities! practical! (computer)! problems! !# organizing!community !activities! # help with transportations ! # learning activities # organizing (gardening)! meetings! # help with everyday stuff!
  19. 19. activities # learning activities # help with practical (computer)! problems! # organizing community activities! # help with transportations! # learning # organizing activitiesorganizational support! meetings! (gardening)! # help withexpert staff ! everyday stuff! on-line platform! space support! economical support! providing funds for special giving spaces for meetings! activities! providing a calendar of activities!
  20. 20. activities # learning activities # help with practical (computer)! problems! # organizing community activities! # help with transportations! # learning # organizing activitiesorganizational support! meetings! (gardening)! # help withexpert staff ! everyday stuff! on-line platform! enabling system space support! economical support! providing funds for special giving spaces for meetings! activities! providing a calendar of activities!
  21. 21. enabling systems “policies, norms, infrastructure and specific sets of products, services, communication and digital platforms, digital platformswhich, as a whole, create conditions for triggering, supporting orienting and replicating collaborative services” DESIS, 2011
  22. 22. Circle of care, Southwark (UK) digital platform as organisation tool
  23. 23. Circle of care, Southwark (UK) who designed it and how? Lower  East  Side,  New  York  
  24. 24. Circle of care, Southwark (UK) Southwark! council! D. W&P = Department forD. W&P! Sky! Work & Pensions,! Participate ! funds and Ltd.!funds! funds! support! service ! design! coordination! 2007 / 2008! 2009! Southwark! 2011! Circle!prototype of 50 ideas ! creation of afor new public services! - 4 new circle launched,! membership ! organization:! - Southwark Circle is participating! auto-sustaining itself! 250 citizens! (older people ! + family members)!
  25. 25. Participle, service design agency
  26. 26. Participle, service design agency “…we believe there is the needof a new settlement between individual, communities and government …”
  27. 27. cohousing, collaborative housing,couch surfing, circles of care, elderlymutual-help, micro-nurseries, timebanks, local currencies, car pooling,car sharing, food coops, farmers newmarkets, zero-miles food, community- economic designsupported agriculture, neighbourhood paradigmcare, street festivals, communitygardens, community-based tourism,social enterprises, co-working, fairtrade organisations, social incubators
  28. 28. China, 400 B.C Lao Tzu writes the Tao Te Ching “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime"old wisdom
  29. 29. Stokholm, 1998, Amartya Sen Noble Prize for Economics “Expand the ‘capabilities’ of people to lead the kind of lives they value - and have reason to value”new wisdom a new design paradigm
  30. 30. a new design paradigm to design for active people to design for/with human beingsconsidered as active and collaborative subjects, capable and willing of shaping their lives.
  31. 31. a new design paradigm to design for/with active communities to design products, services, places, communication, policies, economic incentives and what ever else could be DESIS useful to create favorable eco-systems design schools as networkfor people’s creativity, collaboration and agent of change entrepreneurship.
  32. 32. cohousing, collaborative housing,couch surfing, circles of care, elderlymutual-help, micro-nurseries, timebanks, local currencies, car pooling, social innovationcar sharing, food coops, farmersmarkets, zero-miles will community- how food, the global crisissupported agriculture, neighbourhood impact on it?care, street festivals, communitygardens, community-based tourism,social enterprises, co-working, fairtrade organisations, social incubator
  33. 33. 1. a whole new economic and social environment is emerging. people’s motivations and expectations are changing
  34. 34. 2. new media are reshaping the field of possibilities.“… another wave of social innovationsis underway in the 2000s as the power of theInternet and the global media is harnessed tocauses such as world poverty and environment” The Young Foundation, Social Silicon Valleys. A Manifesto for Social Innovation 2006
  35. 35. 2. new media are reshaping the range of possibilities people have access to unprecedented organization forms
  36. 36. cohousing, collaborative housing,couch surfing, circles of care, elderlymutual-help, micro-nurseries, timebanks, local currencies, car pooling, social innovationcar sharing,how is it entering food coops, farmersmarkets, zero-miles food, community- the politicalsupported agriculture, neighbourhood agenda?care, street festivals, communitygardens, community-based tourism,social enterprises, co-working, fairtrade organisations, social incubator
  37. 37. 3. a new political awareness is emerging“the financial and economic crisis makescreativity and innovation in general, and socialinnovation in particular, even more important tofoster sustainable growth…” ( Barroso, UE President 2.1.2009 )
  38. 38. Social Innovation Europe, March 2011 a new political awareness is emerging worldwide
  39. 39. a new dealbetween people and the state? a new idea of governance?
  40. 40. new governance guidelines1. recognizing people as assets because people themselves are the real wealth of society David Boyle Michael Harris, 2009
  41. 41. new governance guidelines 2. valuing work differentlyto recognize everything as work thatpeople do to raise families, look afterpeople, maintain healthy community, social justice and governance David Boyle Michael Harris, 2009
  42. 42. new governance guidelines 3. promoting reciprocity giving and receiving – because it builds trust between people and fosters mutual respect David Boyle Michael Harris, 2009
  43. 43. new governance guidelines 4. building social networks because people’s physical and mental well-being depends on strong, enduring relationships David Boyle Michael Harris, 2009
  44. 44. from “welfare state” to “partner state” a possible European trajectory what about Canada?
  45. 45. thank you!desis-network.org

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