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By December 18, 2017

  Following the event held in September in Brussels in which MEPs Patrizia Toia and Pina Picierno invited us to follow up our work on promoting women contribution to innovation, we made one step closer to this commitment, by signing a letter that has been sent to Commissioners Carlos Moedas (Research, Science and Innovation) and


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By October 17, 2017

“Winnet Goes Est” project was built on the results of the Thematic Partnership Winnet Baltic Sea Region ; the latter has focused on Gender Equal Sustainable Growth, particularly in the field of entrepreneurship, business, innovation and information and communication technologies, by considering gender equality as a driving force for social change and economic growth. The


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By June 17, 2016

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


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By February 17, 2016

Laura Morgagni was born in Turin in 1974, where she took her master degree in Management and Industrial Engineering in 1998, at the Politecnico di Torino. In January 2005 she joined Fondazione Torino Wireless, a public-funded non profit organization founded to manage the Piedmont ICT technology district, where she is currently Chief Executive Officer. In


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By January 27, 2016

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.


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By January 26, 2016

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


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