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Gesundheitsfragen und Sozialschutz

Aufbau einer Wirtschaft des Wohlbefindens

17.12.2020

DANKE FÜR DIE #ROADMAP DES DEZEMBER

Die „Digitale Road to Mannheim“ besteht aus 8 voll digitalisierten Online-Veranstaltungen. Jede Roadmap-Veranstaltung konzentriert sich auf ein bestimmtes Thema und zielt darauf ab, verschiedene Akteure der Sozialwirtschaft in Europa in einem hochinteraktiven Format zu vernetzen,Best Practices und Anwendungsfälle zu präsentieren und in interaktiven Sessions von Changemakers aus ganz Europa Einblicke aus erster Hand zu gewähren. Die „Digital Road to Mannheim“ stärkt die gesamte Sozialwirtschaft in Europa und leistet ihren Beitrag zur wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung, zur sozialen Eingliederung sowie zu ökologischen und nachhaltigen Transformation.

ÜBER DAS PROGRAMM

Der 17. Dezember stand ganz im Zeichen des Themas „Gesundheit und Sozialschutz – Aufbau einer Wirtschaft des Wohlbefindens“. Um die Komplexität der modernen Gesellschaften zu erfassen, will die Europäische Kommission Fortschritte, echten Wohlstand und Wohlbefinden anhand von Indikatoren messen, die die BIP-Zahlen ergänzen, aber ökologische und soziale Aspekte des Fortschritts stärker einbeziehen. Subjektives Wohlbefinden bezieht sich auf die eigene Einschätzung der Lebensqualität und der Situation. Die Förderung des Wohlergehens ihrer Bürgerinnen und Bürger ist ein zentrales Ziel der EU und hat in den letzten zehn Jahren in der sozialpolitischen Agenda an Bedeutung gewonnen. Dazu gehören Unterschiede oder Ungleichheiten im Gesundheitswesen. Dies ist ein sehr wichtiges Thema, nicht erst seit COVID-19.

Sozialarbeiter, die im Dienst anderer sind, arbeiten oft unter starkem Druck, und wenn sie versuchen, die Bedürfnisse anderer zu befriedigen, neigen sie dazu, ihr eigenes Wohlbefinden zu übersehen. Das Ergebnis: hohe Burn-out-Inzidenzen, schwerwiegende psychische Probleme und persönliche Beziehungszusammenbrüche, die schwerwiegende Auswirkungen auf Organisationen und den gesamten sozialen Sektor haben. Francois Bonnici, Head of the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship at the World Economic Forum, glaubt, dass „Wohlbefinden zum Wohlfühlen anregt“. In seiner Keynote stellte er die „Wohlfühlinitiative“ vor und wie die Schwab-Stiftung stets dem Wohl der Sozialunternehmer Priorität einräumen kann.

Die Sessions beinhalteten einen Einblick von Paula Schwarz, Fondatrice von The Cloud Nation zum Thema „Forming The New Path To Wellbeing In European Healthcare“ und einen interaktiven Workshop zum Thema „New Health & New Work – the dramatic changes due to Covid-19 and the opportunities for the European society“ mit Dr. Björn Pospiech vom Strong People Institute. Die zweite Keynote nach der Mittagspause stammt von Greta Rossi, Co-Foundress von Recipes for Wellbeing, wo sie auf einen Kulturwandel hinarbeitet, um ein ganzheitliches Verständnis des Wohlbefindens zu schaffen, damit jeder effektiver zur Schaffung positiver Veränderungen in der Welt beitragen kann. Ihre Keynote konzentrierte sich auf „Digitales Wohlbefinden in Zeiten von COVID-19“.

Die Abschlussrunde bestand aus Vertretern der Europäischen Kommission, die Fragen aus dem Publikum entgegennahmen und die Themen des Tages und ihre Relevanz für die EU-Politik erörterten.

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10.15 am

Welcome – Live from Mannheim
Björn Pospiech, General Manager & Mindful Entrepreneurship Coach – Strong People Institute
Manuel Kreitmeir, Host and Chairman – Social Entrepreneurship BW
Ulla Engelmann, Head of Unit Advanced Technologies, Clusters and Social Economy, DG GROW – European Commission

10.30 am

Keynote
Francois Bonnici, Director and Head of the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship

10.45 am

Parallel Sessions & Insights (60 minutes)

Speakers
Paula Schwarz, Fondatrice – The Cloud Nation

Abel Archundia-Pineda, Global Life Sciences & Industrials – ISTARI
Hendrik von Siemens – Siemens Energy Services
Brittany Kaiser, Co-Founder – Own Your Data Foundation
Bryan Talebi, CEO – Ahura A.I.

Description
Participants and workshop organizers will look into products together that are being supported both by politicians and the private pharmaceutical industry in/of Europe. We will look into natural alternatives for chemical products and depict study results that suggest the usefulness of new medical alternatives deriving from nature and innovation. We will select 1-3 use cases of examples that are being looked into by Bayer Pharma and UCB to cure the pain of suffering persons. The aim here is to consider how the patients could be healed/treated well with new methods in comparison to old methods. We will explore how risks and chances are being evaluated by the pharmaceutical industry and by politicians today. We will look into the funding ecosystem that enables certain products to go to market in Europe. We will conclude the session with a negotiation and communication exercise so as to help innovators in the healthcare realm with their funding and investment aspirations in the long run.

Speakers
Lise Pape, Founder – Walk with Path
Alyssa Jade McDonald-Bärtl, Board Member – CGIAR System & UnternehmensGrün
Oskar Blakstad, Founder – Explorable AS/Assisted Self-Help
René Wegner, Inventor & Founder – Headis
Frédéric Letzner, Speaker & Author – Letz-Go

Björn Pospiech, General Manager & Mindful Entrepreneurship Coach – Strong People Institute

Description
As early as 1948, the World Health Organization (WHO) wrote in its constitution: „Health is the state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. In the meantime, there are also many studies and evidence that the topic of health must be viewed holistically.
For example, if someone is not satisfied with their work environment, this is transferred to their mental-psychic condition, which in turn has an essential negative influence on our body language. We get back pain and take measures, such as physiotherapy, to eliminate this pain. Such programs could improve the working environment (e.g. New Work) and at the same time strengthen the employees physically, mentally and socially. Together with our experts from various fields, we discuss the reasons for such one-sided approaches and show possible solutions for Europe through social enterprises.

11.45 am

Main Panel: Presenting results from the sessions

12.00 pm

Lunch break & Parallel Programme

12.00 pm

Speakers
Joshua Haynes, Founder and Managing Partner – Masawa

Description
Mental illness is set to cost the global economy $16 trillion by 2030 if it’s not addressed. If that weren’t enough, COVID-19 has made the matter significantly worse. There are several ways how the economy would benefit from more investment into mental health: – Problems like social injustice, economic inequality, radicalization and polarization of the society, and even climate change could be approached more successfully in a society that’s more mentally well – The start-up market, which plays a significant role in economic growth, currently prioritizes financial returns over mental health. Supporting founders would dramatically improve the potential of success and positive social impact they could achieve – A shift of focus towards wellbeing, social transformation, and impact in every economic sector is needed to end the practice of sacrificing wellbeing for profit – Investing in workplace wellbeing leads to more engagement and, in turn, more revenue.

01.00 pm

Energizer
Björn Pospiech, Mindfulness Coach – Strong People Institute

01.15 pm

Keynote
Greta Rossi, Co-founder of Recipes for Wellbeing

01.30 pm

Parallel Interactive Workshops (90 minutes)

Speakers
Björn Pospiech, Mindfulness Coach – Strong People Institute
Lorina Brugger, Health Enthusiast, Strong People Institute

Description
Covid-19 has dramatically changed how we work and life. During the past month, a fast development has taken place (e.g. digitization). In this workshop we discuss the impact on health, live and work for our society. We start with a short impulse with examples of what has changed in the past months and what influence this may have had on our way of thinking and acting. After this impulse we will take stock of the personal, corporate and social situation. Guiding questions should be: How has health (physical, mental and social) changed in recent months? What new working methods have become necessary? How has the transition process been shaped (also in terms of health)? In the third step we will then work out possible solutions. The starting point for the discussion will be the thoughts of Dr. Björn Pospiech on the topics of oneness and mindfulness. We want to critically question these and, together with all participants, look for solutions for a healthier and more satisfied future.

Speakers
Carina Veeckman – Researcher, IMEC (Research Center)

Agostino Cortesi, Full professor of Computer Science – Unibversità Ca‘ Foscari Venezia
Chiara Leonardi – Researcher, FBK (Research Center)
Marzia Cescon – Researcher, SmartVenice
Eefje Cottenier – Entrepreneur, De Stuyverij
Lilla Balla, Researcher – House of Parents Foundation
Charalampos Chatzimallis – Researcher, VILABS

Description
In this session the main results of the Families_Share H2020-ICT project will be presented and discussed. Families_Share developed a bottom-up solution and a co-designed digital-welfare platform supporting families with sharing time and tasks related to childcare, parenting, after-school and leisure activities and other household tasks by a self-help approach. Families_Share developed a bottom-up solution and a co-designed digital-welfare platform supporting families with sharing time and tasks related to childcare, parenting, after-school and leisure activities and other household tasks—with a particular focus on low-income families. The results obtained by several CityLabs in different European countries will be discussed. In particular we will focus on issues related to: – the co-design of a digital platform for social innovation – the trust and risk management when dealing with minors and their personal data – the impact evaluation of a social innovation action.

Speakers
Peter Vandor, Senior Researcher – Social Entrepreneurship Center, Vienna University of Economics and Business
Susi Hillebrand, CEO – HIL Foundation
Jakob Detering, Managing Director – Social Impact Award
Raluca Bacinschi-Stratulat, CEO – iziBac
Hannah Lux, Co-Founder & CEO – Vollpension

Description
Especially in time of crisis, the public searches for heroes as they offer hope and inspiration. Social Innovators are very often presented as such heroes: They work towards the common good, they support disadvantaged individuals, they offer crisis relief, and even though there is a pandemic going on, they don’t give up, but become even more innovative and immediately act. What does this actually mean for the social innovators themselves however and what does such an enormous external pressure causes? This workshop will first present insights into the wellbeing of social innovators, based on several surveys conducted by the Vienna University of Economics and Business. Then there will be an interactive panel discussion delivering insights into the topic from the perspectives of different stakeholders. After the panel discussion there will be an open debate with the audience.

Speakers
Loek Caubo, President – Association Internationale de la Mutualité
Sibylle Reichert, Executive Director – Association Internationale de la Mutualité

Kadri Haller-Kikkatalo, Head of Department of Analytics – Estonian Health Insurance Fund
Veronika Kräftner, Social Insurance Institution of the self-employed
Luis Vale Flores of the health mutual Montepio Rainha D. Leonor
João Gomes of the health mutual Montepio Rainha D. Leonor

Description
Artificial intelligence technologies are already being used in healthcare today – and this will increase in the future. Because highly sensitive data are involved here and in many other areas, the link between ethics and AI is absolutely necessary. But what advantages do exist in using AI in the healthcare system? Whether in diagnostics, therapy or prevention: in almost all areas, efficient learning from data promises great progress. In this respect, AI promises to help us to stay healthy longer and, if necessary, to become healthy again. Four panelists discuss how health mutuals aready use AI in their daily work and how it benefits the patient. At the same time, they discuss the requirements of what a framework should look like, so that it supports mutuals

03.00 pm

Panel: Workshop Hosts presenting results / Discussion with EU officials
Dana-Carmen Bachmann, Head of Unit Modernisation of Social Protection Systems – DG EMPL, European Commission
Patrick Klein, Head of sector – Social Economy and social enterprise, DG GROW – European Commission

03.20 pm

Recap of the day: Poetic recording
Reza Solhi, Co-Founder & Managing Partner – Heartbeat Edutainment

03.30 pm

Conclusion & The End

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