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  1. 1. Public & collaborative+ open/shared/extendedcontributing to the conversations on publicpolicies and social servicesAndrea BoteroAalto University - School of Arts, Design and ArchitectureDESIS P&C Seminar @ RECIPROCITY Design Biennale 26th Oct 2012
  2. 2. P&C theme in Aalto (ARTS)Variety of initiatives in teachingand research across the schoolthat build on the expertise incritical thinking, socialengagement, humancenteredness and co-designthat exists(with a bit of twist added by WDC Helsinki 2012)Examples:
  3. 3. 365 Wellbeing• 12 study projects that had as cases actual services or processes in the cities of Helsinki, Espoo, Kauniainen and Lahti all dealing with different dimensions of wellbeingDesign DepartmentJari Pekka Kola (
  4. 4. Service Design with and for Citizens• Cross-Aalto thematic group focusing on user- centered service design and innovation in the public sector (pool of different projects and courses)Design Department (+ others) ASFTuuli Mätelmäki (
  5. 5. TANGO – Towards a NewinterGenerational Openness• EU funded platform for study projects in 3 design schools. In Helsinki the project creates meeting places for encounters among inhabitants of Känelmäki suburb (esp. intergenerational interactions) by means of local culture and artistic activitiesArt Education Department and Creative Sustainability MAMira Kallio (
  6. 6. Design for Healthcare’• Collaboration with Tampere University Hospital (regional hospital with a staff of over 7500 and 160 000 patients yearly) in the context of large development program of the hospital of which one part focuses on improving patient-centered treatment. The project includes 2 pilots on new service journeys and space prototypingDepartment of MediaJuha Kronqvist (
  7. 7. Co-creation, co-governance andpeer-to-peer production in publicservices• cross-aalto SIG for understanding processes, logics and incentives that can make possible novel partnerships between the public sector, private sector, third sector, and citizens, in order to create, produce and deliver public services (seminar, case studies, interventions, a book)Department of Media (+ others) ASFAndrea Botero ( ME!
  8. 8. creation production provision governance open/closedpersonal/shared common?
  9. 9. •Engeström, Y. (2008). From Teams to Knots: Studies of Collaboration andLearning at Work (1st ed.). Cambridge University Press.Benkler, Y. (2006). The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production TransformsMarkets and Freedom. Yale University Press.Bauwens, M. (2006). The Political Economy of Peer Production. Post-autisticeconomics review,, (37), 33–44.Pestoff, V. A. (2008). A Democratic Architecture for the Welfare State. Taylor &Francis.Ostrom, E. (1991). Governing the Commons: The Evolution of Institutions forCollective Action. Cambridge University Press.
  10. 10. Sanders and Stappers (2008 p6) model for codesigningSanders, E. B.-N., & Stappers, P. J. (2008). Co-creation and the new landscapes of design. CoDesign, 4(1), 5-18.
  11. 11. 9:15 Welcoming words: Professor Teemu Leinonen (Aalto University School of Art and Design)9:30 Participatory design meets municipal services – examples and issues from the eGov+ project / Professor Susanne Bødker – University of Aarhus, Aarhus Denmark.10:30 – 11:45 CasesSave Energy Helsinki / Petra Turkama, Aalto University School of EconomicsVoimapiiri / Tiia Ruokosalo, A-KlinikkasäätiöLoppukiiri Senior housing / Sirkka Minkkinen – Active Seniors Association(+ Andrea Botero, Aalto University School of Art and Design)The Helka network / Pirjo Tulikukka, Helsinki Neigborhood Asociation(+Liisa Horeli, Aalto University School of Science and Technology + Joanna Saad-Sulonen, AaltoUniversity School of Art and Design)11:45 – 13:30 Lunch discussions13:30 Co-Production and Third Sector Social Services in Europe – some crucialconceptual issues / Professor Victor Pestoff -Institute for Civil Society Studies, Stockholm Sweden.14:30 – 15:30 CasesMonimos / Teemu Ropponen, Aalto University School of Science and TechnologyStadinaikapankki / Ruby van der Wekken, Co-founder of Helsinki Time-bankRefugee Hospitality Club / Pauliina Seppälä, MemberSopimusKone and peer to peer activation / Tuuli Kaskinen, Demos Helsinki15:30 – 16:00 Round up and conclusions
  12. 12. Public services & peerproduction?Botero, A., Paterson, A. G., & Saad-Sulonen, J. (2012). Towards Peer-production inPublic Services: cases from Finland. Aalto University Publication Series Crossover 15.Helsinki, Finland: Aalto University, School of Art, Design and Architecture.DOWNLOAD:
  13. 13. TOC • Innovations in Public Services: Co-Production and New Public Governance in Europe Victor Pestoff (SE), Institute for Civil Society Studies, • Evolving towards a Partner State in an Ethical Economy Michel Bauwens (BE/TH), Foundation for Peer-to-peer Alternatives, Chiang Mai • Towards p2p learning: What media and whose peer? Teemu Leinonen (FI), Aalto ARTS, Dept. Media, Helsinki • Tiny social movements: Experiences of social media based co-creation Pauliina Seppälä (FI), Independent, Helsinki • Learning peer-to-peer practices step-by-step: 3 cases from suburban Helsinki neighborhoods Pirjo Tulikukka (FI), Helsinki Neighbourhood Association / Helsinki • From margin to margin: Peer-based public services in the addiction treatment field Tuukka Tammi (FI), Tiia Ruokosalo (FI) and Henna Vuorento (FI) A-Clinic Foundation / A-klinikkasäätiö, Helsinki • Time banking: Building the commons, towards a solidarity economy Ruby van der Wekken (NL/FI), Helsinki Timebank / Stadin aikapankki, Helsinki
  14. 14. Design Labs?
  15. 15. • Might act as points for (temporarily) centering different trajectories• Relationship with the “design space” collectives see or imagine (open or close it)
  16. 16. Not only events, notonly experiments, notonly interventions
  17. 17. • Rhythm of the “public”Time (long term commitments)SpaceThings
  18. 18. Design is not enougth
  19. 19. THANKS !andrea.botero@aalto.fi