ENCATC had a conversation with Valentina Zoccali, a young professional working behind the WISE4ALL campaign which aims to enhance women’s contribution to the innovation processes that are currently hap-pening our society. Download the ENCATC News
“Social innovation is something that try to answer and address community needs. It is basically about change and creativity and it is challenging our culture…any innovation process is about the disruption of our past culture…in this way creativity and culture produce social innovation (…) Citizens understand more and more that culture investment is a huge
Malì Serena Aurora Erotico begins to transform her passion for photography as a profession in 2007, becoming a portraitist of musicians for albums covers and for the press. In 2014 she starts her collaborations with GVC Onlus and Elefant Film production for which she did two photo features for the documentary “Eco de Femmes” about
The association Melting-pro has declined social innovation in three aspects: first, the innovation of relations and therefore an innovation especially of different types of relationships, a bull we’ve noticed mainly on European level that pushes towards cooperation, not towards competition, so sharing of the same objects and vision. Second, the capability of generating job opportunities.
Culture influences the process of social innovation, because without a continuos cultural push it wouldn’t be possible to make progress and to observe the future. It becomes always more complex, because new technologies start to be part of our daily live. We all have easy access to information and culture. On the one hand culture
VIDEO INTERVIEW MADE IN 2017 Marianna D’Ovidio is an urban sociologist based at the Dept. of Sociology and Social Research of Università Milano – Bicocca where she is working on urban cultural economy, innovation and creativity. Her research interests range from social and cultural innovation, to creativity and justice, in particular their relation with the
“The Commission Communication entitled “Europe 2020 – A strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth” (the “Europe 2020 Strategy”) defines a approach that aims to turn the European Union into a smart, sustainable and inclusive economy delivering high levels of employment, productivity and social cohesion. In that communication, the Commission remarked that the European Union