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ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Hope Institute
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  • 1. The Hope Institute Asia NGO Innovation Summit 2013 Bangkok, Thailand 10/23/2013 TOWARD CREATING ECOSYSTEM OF SOCIAL INNOVATION IN ASIA
  • 2. CONTENTS Motivation  Aim & Approach  Results  What we would like to discuss….. 10/23/2013 
  • 3. 10/23/2013 Motivation What have led to research?
  • 4. SOCIAL INNOVATION? - TEPSIE, 2012 - 10/23/2013 Social innovations are new solutions (products, services, models, markets, processes etc.) that simultaneously meet a social need (more effectively than existing solutions) and lead to new or improved capabilities and relationships and better use of assets and resources. In other words, social innovations are both good for society and enhance society’s capacity to act.
  • 5. GENESIS OF THE RESEARCH 10/23/2013 Did existing social innovation discussion reflect Asia?
  • 6. COLLABORATION 10/23/2013 June 2012 – November 2013
  • 7. 10/23/2013 AIM & APPROACH
  • 8. AIM OF RESEARCH Comprehend social innovation landscape in Asia Identify major social innovation cases  Models & Outcome  Why are they innovative?  Success Factors & Challenges  A possible strategy to disseminate and exploit major social innovation models in Asia  Upgrade the ANIS platform  10/23/2013 
  • 9. APPROACH 10/23/2013
  • 10. RESEARCH PROCESS Collecting Social Innovation Cases Field Visit and Interview In-depth Study 10/23/2013 Literature Review
  • 11. SCOPE OF THE RESEARCH 10/23/2013 Five selected countries for research: China, India, Japan, Korea and Thailand
  • 12. 10/23/2013 RESULTS OF THE STUDY
  • 13. Methods & Tools / Approach (How?) Poverty Public health / health care Governance Corruption Social welfare Urbanization Housing Job creation Globalization Livelihoods Growing threat of climate change Aging society Education Disability Social marginalization (social exclusion) Innovation for the poor (frugal innovation) Grassroots innovation Public innovation Local economic development New entrepreneurship Community business (community building) Public alternative school ICT enabled citizen participation Cross-sector collaboration Social management innovation Social enterprises/ social business Inclusive development Strengthening resilience of society Impact investment Venture philanthropy Social inclusion Community Central / Local government Young people Private sector NGO sector Grassroots people Philanthropy Intermediaries Incubators international organizations Academia Media 10/23/2013 Issues / Challenges (What?) Subject / Stakeholders (Who?)
  • 14. Research Outcome Summary 10/23/2013
  • 15. VISIBLE TRENDS Participation through technology  Grassroots Innovation through horizontal learning  Public Innovation through Cross-sector Collaboration  Social Business for well-being of a society  Rise of Intermediary Organizations and New Philanthropy 10/23/2013  People’s
  • 16. 10/23/2013 PEOPLE’S PARTICIPATION THROUGH TECHNOLOGY
  • 17. FREE LUNCH FOR CHILDREN: LINK PEOPLE TO SERVE FOR HUNGRY CHILDREN 10/23/2013 New Solution?  Meet a Social Need?  Enhance society’s capacity? 
  • 18. THE CHANGE: PLATFORM FOR CITIZEN PARTICIPATION AND DIALOGUE 10/23/2013 New Solution?  Meet a Social Need?  Enhance society’s capacity? 
  • 19. New Solution?  Meet a Social Need?  Enhance society’s capacity?  I PAID A BRIBE 10/23/2013
  • 20. GRASSROOTS INNOVATION THROUGH 10/23/2013 HORIZONTAL LEARNING
  • 21. HONEY BEE NETWORK: INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT, LEARNING FROM THE POOR’S New Solution?  Meet a Social Need?  Enhance society’s capacity?  10/23/2013 CREATIVITY
  • 22. BAAN MANKONG PROJECT: LAND-SHARING New Solution?  Meet a Social Need?  Enhance society’s capacity?  10/23/2013 AMONG POOR URBAN COMMUNITY
  • 23. 10/23/2013 PUBLIC INNOVATION THROUGH CROSSSECTOR COLLABORATION
  • 24. SEOUL: CITY OF INNOVATION 10/23/2013 New Solution?  Meet a Social Need?  Enhance society’s capacity? 
  • 25. OTHER CASES 10/23/2013
  • 26. SOCIAL BUSINESS FOR WELL-BEING OF 10/23/2013 A SOCIETY
  • 27. ARAVIND EYE HOSPITAL New Solution?  Meet a Social Need?  Enhance society’s capacity?  10/23/2013
  • 28. FLORENCE: INNOVATIVE CHILD CARE 10/23/2013 New Solution?  Meet a Social Need?  Enhance society’s capacity? 
  • 29. 10/23/2013 RISE OF INTERMEDIARY ORGANIZATIONS AND NEW PHILANTHROPY
  • 30. CHANGE FUSION 10/23/2013 New Solution?  Meet a Social Need?  Enhance society’s capacity? 
  • 31. YOUCHANGE, CHINA SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR FOUNDATION 10/23/2013 New Solution?  Meet a Social Need?  Enhance society’s capacity? 
  • 32. FIVE TRENDS & CASES five trends are most visible of our research, but certainly not all in Asia  Final report will include: What are the outcomes?  Why are they innovative?  Enabling factors?  Challenges?  10/23/2013  The
  • 33. FIVE SOCIAL INNOVATION TRENDS IN ASIA 10/23/2013 Participation through Technology Bottom-up and Grassroots Innovation Institutional and Policy Innovation Social Business Rise of Intermediary Bodies New Solution? Meet a Social Need Enhance a capacity of Society
  • 34. What we would like to discuss.... 10/23/2013
  • 35. What trend did we miss out? How can we learn, exchange, and act together in ANIS community? 10/23/2013 ANY NEW CASE YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADD?

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