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Strategia di recupero per l’Europa

Costruire un resiliente e
economia sostenibile

26.-27.11.2020

IL NOVEMBRE #ROADMAP

La “Strada digitale per Mannheim” è composta da 8 eventi online completamente digitalizzati. Ogni evento della tabella di marcia si concentra su un argomento specifico e mira a collegare diversi attori dell’economia sociale in Europa in un formato altamente interattivo, presentare le migliori pratiche e i casi d’uso, nonché fornire informazioni di prima mano nelle sessioni interattive dei changemaker di tutta Europa. La “Digital Road to Mannheim” rafforza l’economia sociale in Europa e sfrutta il suo contributo allo sviluppo economico, all’inclusione sociale e alle transizioni verdi e digitali.

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INFORMAZIONI SUL PROGRAMMA

Il 26 e il 27 novembre sarebbero state le date del nostro originale “European Social Economy Summit” e per commemorarlo, organizzazionemo un evento di 2 giorni con oltre 15 diverse sessioni di stakeholder provenienti da tutta Europa e oltre nell’ambito dell’adatto tema ombrello ” Strategia di recupero per l’Europa “, con relatori come EU- COMMISSIONER Nicolas Schmit. Tuttavia il “mannheim feeling” è mantenuto trasmettendo in streaming l’evento di due giorni dall’EinTanzHaus, che si traduce approssimativamente in “una casa di danza”, una vecchia chiesa che è stata trasformata in un luogo di significato per la scena culturale locale.

Per contribuire a riparare i danni economici e sociali causati dalla pandemia di coronavirus, la Commissione europea ha proposto un importante piano di ripresa per l’Europa, che ha fatto uscire dalla crisi e gettando le basi per un’Europa moderna e più sostenibile. La maggior parte delle misure di recupero proposte sarà alimentata da un nuovo strumento di recupero temporaneo dell’UE di nuova generazione con una potenza di fuoco finanziaria di 750 miliardi di euro.

Il nostro primo giorno, il 26 novembre, ci concentreremo sulla domanda ” Quale ruolo svolge l’economia sociale nella costruzione di un’economia resiliente e sostenibile? “, con relatori di primo piano come Nicolas Schmit, Commissario per l’occupazione e i diritti sociali e sessioni di stakeholder da Euclid Network, Social Enterprise Paesi Bassi, la rete di diesis, il mondo accademico e rappresentanti del governo locale e federale. La giornata ospiterà anche la cerimonia di premiazione del Concorso europeo per l’innovazione sociale, dove ascolteremo esperti chiave della moda sostenibile e mostreremo i progetti innovativi dei 10 finalisti e scopriremo come stanno reinventando l’industria della moda in tutta l’UE.

Il secondo giorno, venerdì 27, si sta organizzando secondo il motto della Presidenza tedesca del Consiglio dell’UE, ” Insieme per la ripresa dell’Europa ” e comprende relatori a livello ministeriale e di segretario di Stato degli Stati membri dell’UE e rappresentanti del Social Entrepreneurship Network Germania e del gruppo di lavoro federale per i servizi di assistenza non governativi, nonché un panel politico con i membri del Parlamento tedesco.

Ci piacerebbe darvi il benvenuto nell’ambito di questo evento e scambiare con ONG, changemaker, innovatori sociali, organizzazioni di welfare e responsabili politici

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SCOPRI IL PROGRAMMA

26.11.2020 / PRIMO GIORNO

10.00 am

Welcome – Live from Mannheim
Manuel Kreitmeir, Host and Chairman – Social Entrepreneurship BW
Björn Pospiech, Mindfulness Coach – Strong People Institute

10.10 am

Welcome by the European Commission
Nicolas Schmit, Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights

10.15 am

Welcome by the City of Mannheim
Peter Kurz, Lory Mayor

10.20 am

Q&A on “Recovery Strategy for Europe”
Pablo Santaeufemia, CEO & Co-founder – Bridge for Billions

10.30 am

Special
Award Ceremony European Social Innovation Competition

Three €50,000 prizes will be awarded by the European Commission for the best socially innovative projects designed to change the ways we produce, buy, use and recycle fashion, moving towards increased global sustainability and changing consumers’ behaviour.

Launched in memory of social innovation pioneer Diogo Vasconcelos, the European Social Innovation Competition is a challenge prize run by the European Commission across all EU Member States and Horizon 2020 associated countries. The Competition is organised by the European Commission with support from Nesta, Kennisland, Ashoka Spain, the European Network of Living Labs, and Scholz & Friends.

Now in its 8th year, the Competition acts as a beacon for social innovators in Europe, employing a proven methodology for supporting early-stage ideas and facilitating a network of radical innovators shaping society for the better.Each year the Competition addresses a different issue facing Europe.

In 2020 the focus was: Reimagine Fashionchanging behaviour for sustainable fashion

This year the competition was looking for ideas and ventures that aimed to improve the environmental and social impact of the European fashion market through the development of new products, services and processes, and innovative business models. The innovations aimed to reduce the overall environmental footprint and improve the societal impact of the fashion market, help make it more accessible and fair, and aspire to change behaviours in a sustainable way.

Solutions also aimed at delivering impact, pursuing sustainability, and being scalable or replicable post-competition – at the local, national or European levels.

You can see the 10 finalists teams competing to win here

11.30 am

Parallel Sessions & Insights (60 minutes)

Speakers
Elaine Hanlon, Social Affairs Policy Office – RREUSE
Olga Theodorikakou, Secretary-General – Klimax Plus
Nicolas Lebeau, Vice President of Digital Equipment Sales – Les Ateliers du Bocage
Sasha Taylor, Chief Executive Officer – The Bike Station

Description
The session will open with a video message from the wider RREUSE network (re-use and recycling European Union Social Enterprises) highlighting the network’s resilience in previous years. With greater flexibility also comes reflection, and RREUSE members will lead an interactive discussion on how EU/ Government action and policy can better support the social and solidarity sector in the recovery of Europe and future crises. By the end of the session, participants will feel empowered to express how National and EU policy can better support resilient social and solidarity economy enterprises. A discussion will also centre around how the Social Economy Action Plan can bolster resilient and sustainable communities.

Speakers
Neven Marinovic, President – Euclid Network and Executive Director of Smart Kolektiv

Katrin Elsemann, Executive Director – Social Enterprise Network Deutschland
Helen Mikkov, Executive Director – Social Enterprise Estonia
Stefan Panhuijsen, Policy Director – Social Enterprise NL

Description
The time has come to collectively build a new economy that is locally embedded, inclusive, sustainable and founded on global solidarity. It are social enterprises that have been pioneering for decades and can take the lead in this transition. Therefore, social enterprise should be at the heart of Europe’s recovery strategy. In a 45 minute high-level panel discussion representatives from national networks for social enterprise will jointly present their priorities for the post COVID-19 agenda and the EU Action Plan for Social Economy.

Speakers
Paula Santarén Rodríguez, International Project Manager – Social Economy / ACCIÓ
Roberta Dall’Olio, Manager of EU Policies – International Territorial Cooperation Social Innovation Unit / ART-ER
Claudia Ferrigno, Project Manager – ART-ER
Anders Bro, Development Manager – Region Örebro County
Stefan Philip, Project Manager & Research Associate – Centre for Social Innovation

Description
Three European regional development agencies with experience in the provision of support for innovation and internationalisation to social enterprises, and one academic organisation with broad expertise on social innovation, will share their experiences on how learning from each other in the Interreg Europe project RaiSE has helped each organisation to improve the business support policies and services for social enterprises. Social enterprises in Europe contribute to maintaining jobs with inclusion of vulnerable groups even in times of crisis. Therefore, it is important that they are involved in innovation processes both at managerial and operational level. Public funding is no longer sufficient and social enterprises should have the ability to compete on the market. Doing it together can guarantee greater success. The session will bring the point of view of institutions and enterprises with examples of success and contributions to the European Action Plan for Social Economy.

Speakers
Rafael Chaves Ávila, Universitat de València, President of the Scientific Commission – CIRIEC – España
Louise Dessart, Legal Officer in Sustainable Development – Walloon Region
Carlos Lozano, Coordinator of International Affairs – CEPES
Olive McCarthy, Director – Centre for Co-operative Studies & Senior Lecturer, University College Cork & Cork University Business School
Damien Thiery, Director General – Ateliere Fără Frontiere

Description
Social economy needs support from public policies and meso-system actors, in order to develop its full potential and be on equal footing with regard to private for-profit entities. According to the ecosystem approach and triple helix model approach, support, coordination and collaboration between entities, public policy makers and other stakeholders is essential to unfold all the innovative governance mechanisms (incl. decent working conditions) that have been tested and practiced within social economy organisations and enterprises. With an aim of mutual learning, the objective is to confront transdisciplinary approaches from various horizons, and see how to disseminate and implement such policies in order to use at best social economy enterprises and organisations within their local roots to boost inclusive and lasting development. Policy-making processes discussed will highlight partnerships, mainstreaming, transferability/replicability and strategic public policy orientation.

12.30 pm

Lunch break & Parallel Programme

12.30 am

Speakers
Crispin Waymouth, Deputy Head of Unit for SME Internationalisation – DG GROW – European Commission
Giacomo Mattino, Head of Unit for SME Internationalisation – DG GROW – European Commission
Camille Lepinay, EEN partner – Enterprise Europe
Michael Rafn, EEN partner – EU Office in Denmark
Alessandro Rancati, Policy Analyst – JRC – European Commission
Alberto Valenzano, Policy Assistant – DG GROW – European Commission

Description
This panel discussion enriches the run-up to the European Social Economy Summit with an SME perspective on the Recovery Strategy for Europe. The 45 minutes panel discussion will deal with three core questions: 1. What is the role of SMEs in the social economy and why are they important? 2. How can best practices from the Social Economy help SMEs and SME support organizations and networks, such as the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN), become more resilient? 3. How does the EEN help SMEs in becoming more sustainable and resilient in the Covid-19 recovery? The panellists will also explain the important contribution of the European SME Strategy to the recovery, notably the role of the EEN Sustainability Advisors and the upgrade of the EEN services, which will assist SMEs by providing advice on environmental and social sustainability and by facilitating strategic partnerships, including with stakeholders from the Social Economy.

12.30 pm

After the announcement this morning, we invite you to meet directly with the finalists and winners in their own personalised ‘Expo Booth’, where they can answer any questions you might have and provide more information on their project and their journey in the competition.
The finalists will be live in their virtual Expo Booth will from 12.30pm – 1.15pm. ‘

01.15 pm

Energizer
Björn Pospiech, Mindfulness Coach – Strong People Institute

01.25 pm

Looking back at the Social Economy Scientific Conference #SES2020
Ulla Engelmann, Head of Unit – DG GROW, European Commission

01.30 pm

Keynote “Envisioning the future of social economy as a catalyst for transformational change in industry and society”
Mario Calderini, Professor of Social Innovation and Director – Tiresa at Politecnico di Milano, School of Management

01.45 pm

Presenting the workshop sessions
Manuel Kreitmeir, Host and Chairman – Social Entrepreneurship BW
Björn Pospiech, Mindfulness Coach – Strong People Institute

02.00 pm

Parallel Interactive Workshops (90 minutes)

Speakers
Gianluca Pastorelli – President, Diesis Network
Karel Vanderpoorten, Policy Officer Social Economy – DG GROW – European Commission
Feliciano Iudicone, Research Officer – Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini
Victor Meseguer, Director – Social Economy Europe
Melinda Kelemen, Senior Expert Labour Market – Diesis Network
Samuel Cohen, Co-founder & CEO – France Barter
John P. Murphy, Chief Executive – Speedpak Group
Jordi Picas I Vilà, Director of Innovation – Suara Cooperative

Description
In the light of COVID, restoring social links and focusing on new digital opportunities is more urgently needed. Digital social economy innovations will be presented according to four socio-technological areas in which people are particularly affected by this transformation: – work and income – goods and services – money and finance – state and governance. Digital platforms, blockchains and other DLTs are the most impactful technologies. Attention will be given to the Digital factor (Digital + Local) as an essential combination for the post COVID recovery. The interactive session is informed by insights from previous workshops and researches (published by CIRIEC) on Blockchain and digital social innovation. The results of and an ongoing research project supported by the European Commission SEEDING – Social Economy Enterprises addressing Digitalisation, Industrial relations, and the European Pillar of Social Rights targeting 7 countries will be presented as well.

Speakers
Ernst von Kimakowitz, Director & Co-founder – Humanistic Management Center

Description
Description will be added soon

03.30 pm

Special
European Network of Social Integration Enterprises Award

04.00 pm

Conclusion & The End

27.11.2020 / SECONDO GIORNO

09.45 am

Welcome – Live from Mannheim
Manuel Kreitmeir, Host and Chairman – Social Entrepreneurship BW
Björn Pospiech, Mindfulness Coach – Strong People Institute

09.50 am

Welcome by the European Commission
Kerstin Jorna, Director-General – DG GROW

10.00 am

Keynote
tba

10.15 am

Speakers
Olivia Grégoire, State Secretary in charge of Social and Solidarity Economy and responsible economy of the Government of France
Patrizia Toia, MEP (S&D, IT), Co-Chair of the European Parliament’s Social Economy Intergroup
Sven Giegold, MEP (Greens/EFA, DE), Co-Chair of the European Parliament’s Social Economy Intergroup
Juan Antonio Pedreño, President – Social Economy Europe

Description
Social economy plays a central role in Europe’s recovery to ‘build back better’, and to create a democratic, sustainable and inclusive economy. The social economy’s active participation will set the Union firmly on the path to a sustainable and resilient recovery, creating jobs and repairing the damage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic whilst supporting the Union’s in the ongoing green and digital transitions, while leaving no one behind.

11.30 am

Coffee break

11.45 am

Energizer & Presenting the Main Conference #EUSES May 2021

12.00 pm

Panel: “ The Social Economy together against Corona virus in Germany”
tba

12.45 pm

Speakers
Thomas Sattelberger – FDP
Dieter Janecek – Green Party
Sabine Poschmann – SPD
Andreas Lenz – CDU/CSU
Petra Sitte – Die Linke

01.30 pm

Conclusion and Q&A
Manuel Kreitmeir, Host and Chairman – Social Entrepreneurship BW
Ulla Engelmann, Head of Unit – DG GROW, European Commission

01.45 pm

The End

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