Families_Share: Final Webinars’ series

When:
October 19, 2020 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
2020-10-19T14:00:00+02:00
2020-10-19T15:30:00+02:00
Where:
WEB-STREAMED
Cost:
Free

Final Webinars’ series: Families_Share

The H2020 Families Share project has experimented in the field of Digital Social Innovation for the last 3 years: its main goal has been co-designing and co-creating Open Source technology with people in order to solve one main societal challenge -insufficient and/or not affordable childcare services, in a bottom up way.

Parents’ led childcare activities, facilitated by the Families Share platform/app as a planning tool, have been tested in 6 cities across Europe, in Belgium, Greece, Hungary and Italy, with one main pilot-site being a Research Organization setting up innovative welfare/childcare with and for their employees.

The project’s final online events aim at presenting and discussing the project’s results and potentials for further dissemination, take up and sustainability, by emphasizing its 3 main components:

  • Co-design and co-creation methodologies applied to socio-technical systems (session 1 October 19th 2020)
  • Ιnnovative organizational welfare through co-created childcare services (session 2, October 20th 2020)
  • Rethinking and innovating local childcare in cities through co-creation (session 3, October 27th)

Session 1 | Co-designing and co-creating technologies and services for community driven childcare

  • Welcome and introduction to the Families Share project
    Agostino Cortesi, Ca’ Foscari University
  • Co-designed co-creation; scaling up social innovation from project to EU Programme
    Loretta Anania, European Commission, DG Connect
  • Enhancing co-design and co-creation in Europe
    Francesca Rizzo, Politecnico Milano, SiSCODE-H2020 project
  • Presentation of the Families Share bottom up approach, co design methodology and platform
    Massimo Zancanaro, FBK, Fondazione Bruno Kessler and Manolis Falelakis, Vilabs
  • Q&A

Moderator: Maria Sangiuliano, Smart Venice, EIP SCC-Citizen Engagement Cluster