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  • May 18, 2012
  • 1_Outline SELF Asia with ASES※ SELF Asia (Social Enterprise Leaders Forum in Asia)Starting from July 2012, attempts have been made to hold it annually in variousparts of Korea, with Jeonbuk being its first venue. It strives to create a consistentforum in which Asian social enterprise leaders, policymakers, supportingorganizations, youths, corporations, academics, NGOs, and local governments canactively participate.※ ASES (Asian Social Entrepreneurs Summit)ASES, which is held biennially and has recently celebrated its six-year anniversary,was held in 2010 with about 300 participants from 15 countries in order toencourage cooperation and solidarity between social entrepreneurs. This year,SELF Asia will be co-hosted as a forum and a fair.‘SELF Asia with ASES’ attempts to create an ecosystem - including a policy agenda, asupporting structure regarding the development of sustainable communities, andglobal cooperation - in order to encourage social entrepreneurship in Asia. This yearstheme is “Creating solidarity among Asian social enterprises and an environment thatpromotes sustainable growth.” The main agendas of the forum include: I. Creating public and private governance (Innovative Partnership) II. Defining the roles of community regeneration and social enterprises III. Creating measures to foster solidarity in Asia to secure the sustainable growth of social enterprises IV. Defining the role of the younger generation in revitalizing the social economy.It will especially strive to provide a venue in which discussions regarding commonissues related to Asian social economy and community regeneration can be held. It will
  • also attempt to encourage the sharing of knowledge on the fostering of solidarity inAsia, intensify capacity, and create networking opportunities for Asian social enterpriseleaders.This year’s forum will include various individuals who thrive in the social enterpriseenvironment, provide opportunities to expand and reinforce innovative partnerships,and introduce cooperative models by invoking the government and other privateorganizations. Summary| Theme |Creating solidarity among Asian social enterprises and an environment that promotessustainable growth| Subtitle |The roles of social enterprises in creating sustainable local economies and an Asiancommunity| Dates |July 2, 2012 (Monday) ~ July 4, 2012 (Wednesday)* ASES Pre-Camp: June 30 ~ July 2; Post-Conference Tour: July 5| Place |Jeonju, Jeollabukdo| Participants | 1 Domestic and foreign social enterprise leaders (Networks for vitalizing social enterprises, social entrepreneurs) 2 Policymakers, government affiliates and local governments 3 Asian youths who are interested in social entrepreneurial activity 4 Anybody interested in making contributions to the society, supporting organizations, and citizens| Hosted By |Korea’s Network for Social Enterprise, Ministry of Employment and Labor, Jeonbuk ProvincialGovernment| Organized By |Korean Social Enterprise Promotion Agency (KOSEA), Work Together Foundation View slide
  • | Format | ASES Pre -Camp Forum Workshop Forum Pre-Camp for Youths in Asia Plenary Session1,2,3 SE Boom-up Workshop 1,2,3 Closing Ceremony and Banquet Welcome Reception Gala Dinner Performances Asia Social Enterprise Fair Fair Fair & Showcase for Collaboration Tour Post Tour (optional) View slide
  • 2_ Goals and Strategies Goals‘Creating solidarity among Asian social enterprises and an environment that promotessustainable growth’Creating an event in which development strategies and foundations for cooperation andsolidarity to reinforce the social economy of Asia are established Strategies○ Mutual Learning: Sharing carious information and knowledge based on experiences from all areas of Asia○ Depth: Building a discussion through social enterprises and social economic communications○ Sharing & Expanding: Raising awareness and public accessibility of social economy by sharing instances of grassroots movements○ Solidarity & Network: Establishing a network between public and private spheres in order to secure a fertile environment for Asian social enterprises○ Youth Engagement: Developing a social economy model by encouraging the participation of Asian youths
  • 3_ Program
  • ① ASES Pre-Camp2012 SELF ASIA with ASES hopes to work with the younger generation to carry outthe Asian social enterprises’ progressive movement. This year, we are organizing ASESPre-CAMP prior to the main event to serve as a meeting place for the young socialentrepreneurs around Asia. ASES Pre-CAMP is designed to engage Asian participantsto raise Asian spirit and be inspired by Asian social entrepreneurs from various fields.We would like to support youth participants to grow into an influential socialentrepreneurs practicing ‘Think Asia, Act Local’ and build a strong network.| Goals |•Gathering of young Asian social entrepreneurs and bring up Asian spirit•Meeting social entrepreneur participating SELF Asia with ASES| Outline |1) Dates/Place June 30 ~ July 2 / Jeonju University2) Participants 40 young Asian social entrepreneurs| Program | June 30 (Sat) July 1st (Sun) July 2nd (Mon) BE THE ASESIAN Intercultural Learning (Role of ASESian)Morning Special Lecture ARRIVAL Youth in ASIA (Working at NPO) Lunch Lunch What is SELF ASIA withAfternoon Opening & Orientation ASES? (Introduction) Oh! My Enterprise (Fair Preparation) Get to know Mission Tour in (Ice Breaking) Han-ok village Dinner Sharing Mission Tour Let’s Conference Joining Welcome Reception Evening WORLD CAFE (Sharing your experience) for 2012 SELF Asia wit ASES (Linking Asian Youth) 7
  • | Detailed Layout | Purpose Program Details -Orientation on Pre-Camp Opening & Orientation -Event venue guide and introduce staffs Ice Breaking -Becoming friends by playing gamesGathering of youngAsian entrepreneurs -Share travel experiences Map of Hope -Create “Map of Hope” from the shared stories -Share personal experiences and stories Let’s Conference -Build networking through learning about each other -What does “Asia” mean to us? Youth in ASIA -Importance of the cooperation between brining up Asian countries and Asian spirit building Asian spirits -Learn each other’s culture through various Intercultural Learning activities What is -SELF Asia with ASES Introduction SELF ASIA with ASES? -Discuss role of the youth in Asian World Cafe cooperation (Linking Asian Youth) -Draw up a report BE THE ASESIAN -Reinforce the motivation to become ASESian Be the ASESIAN through cooperation Mission Tour -Tour around the Han-ok village in Han-ok Village Meeting with -Special Lecture by Kudo Kei, ‘Working at social entrepreneurs NPO’ Meeting social entrepreneur Oh! My Enterprise -Introduce participating social enterprises 8
  • ② ForumThere are three plenary sessions creating a field where development strategies andfoundations for cooperation and solidarity to reinforce the social economy of Asia areestablished. Discussion session follows to summarize ideas generated during theplenary sessions as well as ASES Pre-Camp.| Goals | _Plenary Session 1 Creating public and private governance (Innovative Partnership) Public-private partnership program in order to discover foundations to develop a fertile environment for social enterprises _ Plenary Session 2 The roles of community regeneration and social enterprises Introducing and sharing case studies and initiatives of grassroots movements for community regeneration _ Plenary Session 3 Measures to foster solidarity in Asia to secure the sustainable growth of social enterprises Offering strategies to establish an Asian hub through offline and online discussions _Discussion As an entire group, the agendas of the events that were discussed in the ASES Pre-Camp and Plenary Sessions 1, 2, and 3| Program | July 3, (Tuesday) / Riviera Hotel [Vision] Create an ecosystem for Asian Social Enterprise Opening Speech Director of Korea Social Enterprise Promotion Agency 5’(10:00~10:05) (KSEPA) Congratulatory Remark 10‘ Minister of Employment and Labor Welcome (10:05~10:15) Reception Welcoming 10:00~10:30 Remark10‘ Governor of Jeonbuk (10:15~10:25) Hyuck-Jin Choi MC 5‘ (Director of Infrastructure Management, Korea Social Enterprise Promotion Agency, KSEPA) 9
  • Keynote Speech 1 Dr. Alex Nicholls (Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship 30’(10:30~11:00) Said Business School University of Oxford)Keynote Speech Keun-Sik Lee (Permanent representative of Korea’s Network Keynote Speech 2 10:30~11:30 for Social Enterprise, Professor of Development Economics at 30‘(11:00~11:30) The University of SEOUL) [Topic 1] Creating public and private governance (Innovative Partnership) Bu-Won Nam (Steering committee of Korea’s Network for Plenary Moderator Social Enterprise, Secretary general of Korea YMCA) Session 1 11:30~12:40 · Yamada Kiyoshi (Vice President of Tokai Univ) · Prof. Jong-Gul Kim (Chairperson of Japanese Studies, Panels Graduate School of International Studies at Hanyang Univ) · Ki-Tae Kim (Chief of Korea Cooperative Institute) Lunch Luncheon 12:40~14:00 [Topic 2] The roles of community regeneration and social enterprises Do-Yeon Won, Professor at Wonkwang University Moderator (Jeollabuk-do) Plenary Session 2 · Rosevi S. Mojica (Philippine Cabuyao, ‘11 PROJECT 14:00~15:30 COORDINATOR of ASIAN BRIDGE PHILIPPINES) Panels · Sung-Soo Lee (Director-General of Investment Promotion Bureau, Jeollabuk-do Provincial Government) · Tetsuo Kato (Managing Director of World in Asia) [Topic 3] Measures to foster solidarity in Asia to secure the sustainable growth of social enterprises · Prof. Suk-Ki Kong (Researching Professor at Asia Center, Moderator Seoul National University) Plenary · Sunit Shrestha (Managing director of Change Fusion) Session 3 · Kwang Taek Lee (Prof. of College of Law at Kookmin Univ., 15:40~17:30 Board member of Work Together Foundation) Panels · Dr. Denison JAYASOORIA (Chair of Asian Solidarity Economy Forum) · Alex Wang (Director of China Foundation Center) Discussion and Reflection (Q & A) Discussion & Prof. Jong-Gul Kim (Chairperson of Japanese Studies, Graduate Reflection Moderator School of International Studies at Hanyang Univ) 17:30~18:00 Keynote speakers and moderators of each sessions Panels (Including the discussions from ASES Pre-Camp) 10
  • ③ FairFair represents a significant opportunity to enhance brand and product visibility,promote new and existing products, generate leads, and drive incremental sales. TheAsian Social Enterprise Fair will not only provide an opportunity to show case productsto other social entrepreneurs and public, but also help to create solidarity with others.Each exhibitor is categorized into one of 8 clusters, so they can generate closerrelationship with others in the same cluster. The fair will be held in Han-ok setting,generating more traditional and unique environments for participants and exhibitors.| Goals | •Select eight major clusters that are in need of solidarity and encourage participation from Asian social enterprises •Show case to registered participants as well as to the public| Outline |1) Date July 3, (Wed) ~ July 4, (Thurs), 10:00 ~ 18:002) Participating exhibitors (30 Foreign, 10 Korean)•A showcase in which Asian social entrepreneurs participate (Introducing demo products and testing services)•5 social enterprises per each cluster3) Organization of clusters Create clusters according to their industry, targets, and topics that center around the necessity for solidarity in Asia and the feasibility of actual entrepreneurial activities Environment Fair Trade Culture (Recycle/ Education Renewable Energy) Food & Business Responsible Tour Design & ICT Health Care 11
  • ④ Social Enterprise Boom-Up Workshop 1 [Smile Together Partnership 2012]Since 2011, the Work Together Foundation has been promoting its Smile TogetherPartnership, a project that supports the establishment of social enterprises andprovides operational assistance to developing countries. Through the project, it hasbeen working to alleviate poverty in various developing countries. In addition, theSmile Together Partnership attempts to create more employment opportunities whilerespecting the local culture and maintaining its sustainability. We wish to share successstories Asian social entrepreneurs in hoping to find future partners at the 2012 SELFAsia with ASES.| Goals |•Introduce and promote the Work Together Foundation’s “Smile Together Partnership,” which provides funding, consulting and general support for establishing social enterprises in developing countries•Search for candidates for future projects and outline the 2012 Selection guideline| Outline |•Name: Smile Together Partnership•Duration: Sep 2012 ~ Aug 2013 (In maximum, 3 consecutive years)•Supporting Organization: the Work Together Foundation•Recipient: Domestic or International organization trying to solve poverty of childrenin developing countries and social problems through social enterprises•Procedure: Select 10 suitable organizations through application reviews andinterviews•Amount of support: $20,000 ~ $200,000 per organization (Mean: $30,000)| Info |1) Date July 4, (Wed) 09:00 ~ 12:002) Participation Total of 70 registered participants Interested social entrepreneurs, organizations, and potential applicants Registration: May 31st ~ June 17th, Announcement: June 19th. 12
  • | Program | Timeline Topic Details *Background, purpose, and expected results of Smile Together Partnership [Presenter] Myung-Hee LEE, 09:00 ~ 09:20 Smile st *Outline of 2012 Selection guideline: application process, 1 Segment Together important dates, selecting criteria, etc.09:00~09:50 Partnership *How to write business plans Overview *Breakdown of budget support application * What is an Office Hour? [Presenter] Kyung-Ah, JANG 09:30 ~ 09:50 Cases of similar2nd Segment organizations Cases of similar organizations abroad09:50~10:50 abroad [Presenter] Undecided *Break 10:50 ~ 11:00 *Introductions *Why they applied to Smile Together Partnership3rd Segment *Received support in year 2011 and 2012, and changes that11:00~12:00 took place after the support(15 mins per Case Study *Uniqueness of Smile Together Partnershiporganization *Future management and self-reliance plans ) [Presenter] Charlsma Gascon(Camp) / Tia Lee (PYC) Chantra (Benteay) / Somaly (Lotus)*ContactsKyung-Ah, JANG, the Work Together FoundationPhone: 82-2-330-0722E-mail: dreamholic22@gmail.com 13
  • ⑤ Social Enterprise Boom-Up Workshop 2 [Asian SE Star]We like to provide an opportunity for future social entrepreneurs preparing a projectsor business to actively promote at the Asian SE Star workshop. Selected participantswill have a chance to give presentation and demonstration to venture investors andcorporate CRS personnel, and in turn, the panels will provide feedbacks to thepresenters. We hope to raise possibility of cooperation between the two partiesthrough this workshop.| Goals | • Provide an opportunity for Asian social entrepreneurs to promote their enterprise by introducing them to funding resources and CSRs of various corporations •Provide an opportunity for corporate CRS personnel and venture investors to meet new social enterprises| Outline |1) Date July 4, (Wed), 13:00 ~ 16:002) Participants 70 Pre-registered participants Venture investors and corporate CSR personnel (including policy makers and other supporting bodies) as panel members| Program | Time Details 13:00~13:10 (10‘) Asian SE Star! Introduction (Explain the voting process) Presentation (10 teams) 13:10~15:40 (150‘) Office Hour* (5/10 min) Collect feedback from audiences 15:40~15:50 (10‘) Vote the Asian SE Star 15:50~16:00 (10‘) Announce the Asian SE Star and prize award 14
  • *What is an “Office Hour?”Office hour is the scheduled time specifically granted to students by professors outsideof class. Office hour gives students the opportunity to ask in-depth questions and toexplore points of confusion or interest that cannot be fully addressed in class. They areworking with students to uncover the source of their questions through discussions,asking questions, and giving feedbacks. For workshop 2, we hope to project similaroutcome between the panels and participating social entrepreneurs.*Facilitator: Seok-Won, YANG (President of CO-UP)Has been working as a web service developer for a long time and is currently runningCoworking space CO-UP, which allows individuals and various start-ups to worktogether. His deep interest in social innovation and change has beckoned him to delveinto making related web sites and applications, and share knowledge and experiencesregarding start-up and social venture. This year he is concentrating on running onaccelerator program on sharing economy and collaborative consumption.*Interviewer: Steven LEE (LGT VP)Has graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology, finished INSEAD MBA in thehopes of changing the world, and served as a CFO of a social enterprise. Currentlydirecting the impact venture accelerator program in LGT Venture Philanthropy, whichtries to invest in social enterprise in the form of philanthropy. Has analyzed more than100 social enterprises for investment feasibilities and is running an environmentalnon-profit organization.* Those organizations willing to sponsor the grants given to winners please contactMarie Myung-Hee Lee 02-330-0720 15
  • ⑥ Social Enterprise Boom-Up Workshop 3 [Asia INSERT: Asia IN! Social Entrepreneurs Relay Talk]After 3 days of discussing and learning about each other and their key social activitiesthrough various programs at the SELF ASIA with ASES, we like to open up the stagefor everyone to freely engage and discuss further. Participants will gather and talk onthe practicality and specific actions to ensure the ‘solidarity among Asian socialenterprises.’| Goals | •Open-stage and no-format relay talk between participants in search of innovative and practical plans| Outline |1) Date July 4, (Wed), 17:30 ~ 20:002) Participants 30 registered Asian networker3) Procedures Through a Collaboration Brain Storming Hour, various ideas for solidarity-enhancing enterprises will be discussed in Kyo-dong Studio. * The executive office will only designate the facilitator and encourage free discussions. * Simple standing dinners will be served along with small kiosks from local market and cultural performances to heighten the mood of the last night. Talks about solidarity and cooperation will continue. 16
  • ※ Post Conference TourWe invite you to join a one-day post conference tour after the conference. Participantswill visit Korean social enterprises located in Jeonju and Wanju and have anopportunity to explore Korea culture. For many participants the post tour offers muchinsight into some of Korea’s great social enterprises. Please note that the tour will endin Seoul.| Goals | • A tour with the purpose of creating foundations for solidarity among social entrepreneurs and promoting friendship • Visiting social enterprises that were selected as outstanding cases of community regeneration| Outline |1) DateJuly 5, (Thurs), 10:00~17:00 *This is charged program and pre registration is required. 17