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The Social Innovation field is in full expansion because it
represents a sustainable response to complex social
problems.
...
Still several gaps of knowledge about Social Innovation,
for example:
 How to measure Social Innovation?
 How to evaluat...
326 MEMBERS
26 COUNTRIES
9 REGIONS
Canada
United States
Mexico
Central America
Caribbean
Colombia
Brazil
Andean Countries
...
14 Human Capital
7 Common Spaces
8Innovation
8Governance
4 Visibility
2011-2016
6 Strategic Axes
45Actions
4 Internacional...
Leadership, Gouvernance and
Management
2015: 82 activités
Research and Doctoral Training
Social Mission of HEIs
Tecnichal ...
The establishment of the Inter-American Network of Co-
Laboratories in Social Innovation – REDICIS, for the purpose
of:
 ...
3 axes of work :
 Consolidate a network of centers and laboratories (co-
laboratories) of Social Innovation that will ser...
Funding strategies:
 Support from HEIs and Organizations involved
(meetings, seminars, etc.).
 Participate in calls to s...
The Inter-American Network of Co-Laboratories in
Social Innovation – REDICIS :
 14 Higher Education Institutions;
 5 Nat...
The Inter-American Network of Co-Laboratories in Social Innovation – REDICIS – REDICIS is constituted of 19 Higher
Educati...
Initiatives of IOHE :
Universidad del Pacífico (Peru)
Universidad Técnica Particular de
Loja (Ecuador)
Yachay EP – City of...
Stimulate the creation of regional networks of Social
Innovation:
 Learn from each other;
 Share resources, exchange exp...
Foster the development of training programs in Social
Innovation:
 Recognise the training needs in this area;
 Raise awa...
Many interested actors:
 Example: The meeting of The Latin
America Division of the International
Association of Scientifi...
The role of our organization
To stimulate the implication of higher education institutions
in the development of training ...
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  1. 1. The Social Innovation field is in full expansion because it represents a sustainable response to complex social problems. But it is still very little developed in HEIs:  A very limited training offer (at postgraduate levels and continuing education levels);  Few research groups devoted to the study and to foster knowledge in Social Innovation.  Lack of information. Social Innovation and Higher Education:
  2. 2. Still several gaps of knowledge about Social Innovation, for example:  How to measure Social Innovation?  How to evaluate Social Innovation?  What are the best strategies to support the development of Social Innovation?  Where could we invest efficiently in Social Innovation? Challenges for universities :
  3. 3. 326 MEMBERS 26 COUNTRIES 9 REGIONS Canada United States Mexico Central America Caribbean Colombia Brazil Andean Countries Southern Cone IOHE : HEART OF THE ORGANIZATION Strategic Actions
  4. 4. 14 Human Capital 7 Common Spaces 8Innovation 8Governance 4 Visibility 2011-2016 6 Strategic Axes 45Actions 4 Internacionalization 1211 4 18 14 32 Results 2011-2015 Actions 2011-2014 Launching 2015 To be developed 2016 1 3 41 Participation 2011-2014 Participants Institutions of Higher Education 8095 400 25 Countries Strategic Actions
  5. 5. Leadership, Gouvernance and Management 2015: 82 activités Research and Doctoral Training Social Mission of HEIs Tecnichal and Technological Education Internationalisation Innovative Educational Models Common Spaces for Higher Education Innovation
  6. 6. The establishment of the Inter-American Network of Co- Laboratories in Social Innovation – REDICIS, for the purpose of:  Encourage the transfer of knowledge and practices in Social Innovation;  Generate interaction between the actors and the consolidation of partnerships for the development of strategies in Social Innovation;  Facilitate the development of capacities for the design, the implementation, the monitoring and the evaluation of the interventions in Social Innovation, as well as to support with methodologies and tools, the development of public policies in this area. Initiatives of IOHE :
  7. 7. 3 axes of work :  Consolidate a network of centers and laboratories (co- laboratories) of Social Innovation that will serve as reference (national/regional) in the field  Develop a strategy for the training of human capital for the implementation of innovative social experiences  Support decision making in Social Innovation (Why? How? What is to be financed in Social Innovation? Initiatives of IOHE : The Inter-American Network of Co-Laboratories in Social Innovation – REDICIS
  8. 8. Funding strategies:  Support from HEIs and Organizations involved (meetings, seminars, etc.).  Participate in calls to support Social Innovation initiatives.  Develop products and services within a sustainable perspective. Initiatives of IOHE : The Inter-American Network of Co-Laboratories in Social Innovation – REDICIS
  9. 9. The Inter-American Network of Co-Laboratories in Social Innovation – REDICIS :  14 Higher Education Institutions;  5 National and Regional Organizations  9 Countries Initiatives of IOHE :
  10. 10. The Inter-American Network of Co-Laboratories in Social Innovation – REDICIS – REDICIS is constituted of 19 Higher Education Institutions and organizations working in 9 countries of the Americas, Portugal and Spain : Initiatives of IOHE : Colegio de las Américas – COLAM/IOHE Parque Científico de Innovación Social UNIMINUTO (Colombia) Universidad de Ciencias Aplicadas y Ambientales – UDCA (Colombia) Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano (Colombia) Ruta N (Colombia) Dirección de Innovación Social de la Agencia Nacional para la Superación de la Pobreza Extrema – ANSPE (Colombia) Universidad Tecnológica de Panamá (Panama) Universidad de Los Lagos (Chile)
  11. 11. Initiatives of IOHE : Universidad del Pacífico (Peru) Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja (Ecuador) Yachay EP – City of Knowlege (Ecuador) Universidad de Guadalajara (Mexico) Universidad de Playa Ancha (Chile) Universitat de Barcelona (Spain) Sinnergiak - Social Innovation (Spain) Universidad de Alicante (Spain) Instituto Politécnico de Viana do Castelo (Portugal) Réseau québécois en innovation sociale – RQIS (Canada)
  12. 12. Stimulate the creation of regional networks of Social Innovation:  Learn from each other;  Share resources, exchange experiences;  Broaden the perspective in Social Innovation;  Heighten awareness to the stakeholders involved in the development of Social Innovation. What needs to be done?
  13. 13. Foster the development of training programs in Social Innovation:  Recognise the training needs in this area;  Raise awareness and develop skills to approach effectively Social Innovation;  Stimulate research and generate knowledge in Social Innovation. What needs to be done?
  14. 14. Many interested actors:  Example: The meeting of The Latin America Division of the International Association of Scientific and Technological Parks – IASP/LA (Panama, 17-18 June). Theme: “The Social Impact of Innovation: Scientific/Technological Parks and Areas of Innovation, Accelerating the Transformations”. http://iasp.ciudaddelsaber.org/?post_type=qards_page&p=10 Social Innovation and Higher Education
  15. 15. The role of our organization To stimulate the implication of higher education institutions in the development of training and research in Social Innovation To facilitate the interaction among institutions and other actors involved in Social Innovation who are able to articulate the different expertise and resources, allowing the development of knowledge that will support the implementation of innovative social interventions To stimulate a discussions about Innovative Educational Models Are we part of the problem or part of the solution? Concluding Remark

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