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Final DSI event

6th January 2015

After 20 months of research the DSI research project is now coming to an end.

 

On 17 February, we will gather leading European practitioners, funders, academics and policy makers from EU, national, regional and local governments working on Digital Social Innovation to discuss lessons from the research and the future of DSI in Europe. If you are interested in attending and helping us shape the future agenda for DSI in Europe, you can sign up to the event here
On the www.digitalsocial.eu, you can read more about the research and explore the network of DSI organisations that has been developed as part of the research.

 

  Agenda
   
08.00     Registration
   
09.00     Opening session: What have we learned about digital social innovation, what does the future look like?
   
  Geoff Mulgan, Chief Executive, Nesta
   
  Robert Madelin, Director General, European Commission, DG CONNECT
   
09.30 Presentation of the DSI final study results Francesca Bria, Senior Project Lead, Nesta
   
09.50 The digital social innovators perspective
   
  Chair: Robert Madelin, Director General, European Commission, DG CONNECT
   
 
  • Renata Avila, Lead Web We Want campaign, World Wide Web Foundation
 
  • David Cuartielles, Co-founder, Arduino
 
  • Tom Steinberg, Founder and Director, mySociety
 
  • Tomas Diez, Co-founder, Smart Citizen Kit and Global Coordinator, Fab Academy
 
  • Rob van Kranenburg, Author, Founder Internet of Things Council
  Audience Questions and Answers
   
10.45 Comfort Break
   
11.15 The policy perspective – Digital & Social for the future of Europe
   
  Chair: Jesús Villasante, Head of the Net Innovation Unit, European Commission, DG CONNECT
   
 
  • Julia Reda, Politician, Member of the European Parliament, Group of the Greens/EFA
 
  • Jean-Louis Missika, Deputy Mayor of Paris
 
  • Marietje Schaake, Member of the European Parliament, ALDE Group
 
  • Xavier Troussard, Head of Foresight and Behavioural Insights Unit, European Commission
  Audience Questions and Answers
   
12.00 Future Challenges for DSI in Europe
   
  Chair: Geoff Mulgan, Chief Executive, Nesta
   
 
  • Evgeny Morozov, Editor and Author
 
  • Chris Sigaloff, Director, Kennisland
 
  • Marleen Stikker, President and Co-founder, Waag Society
 
  • Usman Haque, Founding partner, Umbrellium
  Audience Questions and Answers
   
12.45  Closing address
   
  Markku Markkula, President of the EU Committee of the Regions
   
  Mário Campolargo, Director for Net Futures, European Commission, DG CONNECT
   
13:00 Free time – Please note that the next session starts at 14:30.
   
 
The Future of DSI & CAPS: Workshop on decentralized architectures for the social goods
   
   
14.30     Presentation of the current CAPS call
  Fabrizio Sestini, Senior Expert, European Commission, DG CONNECT
   
  Audience Questions and Answers
   
15.00 Panel discussion on Decentralized architectures and alternative strategies for Europe
   
  Chair: Francesca Bria, Senior Project Lead, Nesta and D-CENT coordinator
   
 
  • Evgeny Morozov, Editor and Author
 
  • David Cuarteilles, Co-founder, Arduino
 
  • Usman Haque, Founding partner, Umbrellium
 
  • Denis Roio (Jaromil), Executive Director, Dyne.org
 
  • Xabier E. Barandiaran, FLOK Society project
 
  • Fabrizio Sestini, Senior Expert, European Commission, DG CONNECT
   

 

 

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