The 4th International Forum on Social Innovation, organised by Jovesolides and Red Creactiva, is here. It will be held on December 12th-13th 2019. An indispensable date where over 300 people will meet to find creative solutions to social problems.
This time, under the motto “Migration. Joining forces to reset the system”, we will focus on how social innovation can be used in a constructive way in order to face one of the main challenges of the 21st century: migrations. Attendants will be the main actors of a creative and dynamic constructive process developed with the help of innovative methodologies.
This forum is endorsed by the success of the three previous editions. Over 800 people have lived and experienced two intense days focused on discovering ideas for change, sharing them and using them to reinvent the social reality around us.
These are the three main goals of this meeting:
- Showcasing current trends. We will showcase the latest trends in the field of social entrepreneurship and social innovation through state-of-the-art experiences at national and international level. Experiences that are already generating a huge social impact and which are scalable.
- Promoting collective inspiration. Collectively, we will put into practice innovative methodologies that inspire us to generate creative ideas to solve current social issues.
- Facilitating networking among participants. We will create meaningful structured spaces that will serve as a platform to enable social business, contacts and synergies among participants.
This time, the Forum will have an academic team of professionals and experts on migrations and social innovation at its disposal. Among the members of this committee we can find: Javier de Lucas, Lola Bañón, Gorka Espiau and Lurdes Vidal…
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This year, Jovesolides celebrates its 20th anniversary. In the last two decades, we have carried out over 200 projects and initiatives to try to promote a more diverse and inclusive society for everyone. From La Coma neighbourhood, they reached out to more than 20 different countries in Europe, Africa and Latin America. They have done it through different working areas: E-inclusion, education for development, social entrepreneurship, cooperation and social innovation.