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Program 2017-12-29T17:08:07+00:00

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Here you can see an overview of the structure of the #SIS18 program. You can find the detailed program at our Sched.com website.

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Please be aware that the program is not complete yet and is subject to change. The program is preliminary and will be updated continually.

08:00 – Check-In
09:00 – Welcome / Keynote
Well-being / Networking
10:00 – Talks / Workshops
11:30 – Keynote / Panel
13:00 – Lunch Break
14:00 – Talks / Workshops
16:00 – Keynote / Panels

Sidetracks

18:00 – Networking / Performance
09:00 – Welcome
09:15 – Keynote
Well-being / Networking
10:00 – Talks / Workshops
12:00 – Keynote / Panels
13:00 – Lunch Break
14:00 – Talks / Workshops
16:00 – End Keynote

Sidetracks

16:30 – Networking / Performance / End

KEYNOTES & PANELS

Keynotes

Top-Speakers from business, politics, academics and civic society give inspirational insights into their fields of work. Learn about Social Innovation and related topics like ‚Impact Investing, ‚Collective Impact’ or ‚Impact Measurement’ and find out about the latest challenges.

Panels

What is critical in terms of bringing key player in our society together to join forces on social challenges? Can systems – underpinning issues of our time – be changed, and how? What role does impact investing play in driving social innovation? Those a are questions our panelist – experts in their respective fields – will critically discuss.

MAIN TRACKS

Focused workshops, discussion rounds and quick talks on current social challenges and social business issues presented and moderated by experts from the fields of Social Entrepreneurship, arts, culture, welfare, business and civic society.

Sustainable Living Spaces

This track provides insights into problematic areas and solutions in the context of ‚Sustainable Living’. The central question is: how can we use and shape our living spaces to enable people, animals and the environment to have a long-term ‚good life’?

 #SocialCohesion #GoodLife #CommunityArts #integration

IT 4 Change

Technology promises progress – but with what goal? The subject of this track addresses the question: what can information technology contribute within the context of social innovation – and what are its limits?

#IT #Blockchain #Coding #OpenSource #Democracy

Environment & Pollution

Climate and environment are drastically changing. Humans, animals and nature suffer from plastic waste, air pollution and natural disasters. What can we do against climate change and what scalable approaches are already available to fight and prevent environmental pollution?

#Climate #Pollution #RenewableEnergy #Recycling #Upcycling

Corporate Social Innovation

Corporate Social Responsibility is often condemned as being an instrument for increasing a company’s reputation. However corporations can act as a driving force of social innovation. What is responsible management and how do corporations measure their social impact?

#CSR #SocialIntrapreneurship #CorporateSocialInnovation #ImpactMeasurement

Social Innovation Framework

Social innovation needs space for ideas, courageous actors and diverse resources. The subject of this track is the question: What is still missing and how can we collaborate in order to create a solid infrastructure for social innovation?

#ImpactInvesting #ProBono #Lab #Hub #InnovationSpace #Incubation #Acceleration #Ecosystems

Production & Consumption

Our everyday live is coined by products of a throwaway society manufactured under questionable conditions with broad social and environmental implications. This track takes on the challenge of how sustainable products ought to be designed and how responsible consumption can be achieved.

#fairtrade #durability, #Repairability, #ProductDesign #C2C

FRAMEWORK PROGRAM

Numerous networking activities, artistic performances and a social innovation exhibition create a stimulating atmosphere to form new partnerships and exchange ideas.

Performances

Artistic elements and performances of various kinds reflect the nonverbal aspects of awareness creation & collaboration in the context of social innovation.

Networking

Carefully designed spaces invite for discussion in a relaxed atmosphere. Matchmaking elements and diversified roundtables will offer exchange across backgrounds.

Exhibition

A social innovation exhibition allows social enterprises and social innovators to present their products and services, while participants have the opportunity to inform themselves about fair and direct trade, upcycling and food sharing etc. 

SIDE TRACKS

(in german, booked separately to the main program)

Exklusive Workshops am Rande des SIS18 bieten Akteuren aus Wohlfahrt, Politik, Wissenschaft und Wirtschaft einen geschützten Raum, sich über vier zentrale Problembereiche im Kontext Soziale Innovation zu informieren und auszutauschen, voneinander zu lernen und Allianzen zu bilden, kollektive Wirkung zu entfalten.

Social Impact Bonds

Social Impact Bonds (SIBs) sind sektorenübergreifende Kooperationen wirkungsorientierter Investitionen. Beteiligt an einem SIB sind in der Regel ein oder mehrere soziale Dienstleister, private, wirkungsorientierte Investoren und der Staat.

In einem geschlossenen Kreis ausgewählter sozialer Träger, Investoren und Stiftungen haben Sie Gelegenheit, das Konzept Social Impact Bonds kennenzulernen, deren Anwendung zu hinterfragen und sich im Anschluss moderiert zu konkreten Ideen unverbindlich auszutauschen.

SocEnt in BW

Baden-Württemberg – ein Vorbild für verantwortungsvolles Wirtschaften? Im Rahmen des exklusiven Workshops haben Unternehmern und Unternehmerinnen aus der Region die Möglichkeit, sich auszutauschen, Synergien zu nutzen und voneinander zu lernen.

Über den Workshop hinausreichende Kollaborationen können durch das Netzwerk #SocEntBW gefördert und begleitet werden.

Legal Framework

Wirtschaftliche Betätigung und Gemeinnützigkeit stellen in Deutschland (zumindest laut Gesetz) einen Widerspruch dar. Darüber beklagen sich Social Enterprises und Genossenschaften ebenso, wie Stiftungen und Vereine. Gleichzeitig fehlt es der Politik an konkreten Forderungen.

Im Rahmen des Workshops werden die rechtlichen Fallstricke für die Entwicklung und Verbreitung sozialer Innovation gesammelt und konkrete Verbesserungsvorschläge gemeinsam entwickelt.

Collective Impact

Soziale Innovation geht uns alle an. Daher arbeiten bereits zahlreiche Akteure aus Wirtschaft, Politik und Gesellschaft an Lösungen für soziale und ökologische Herausforderungen. Doch die Verbreitung guter Konzepte scheitert oft an mangelnden Ressourcen, fehlendem Verständnis von Stakeholdern oder Unwissen über bereits erprobte Ansätze.

Beim Collective Impact Workshop geht es darum, Barrieren der transsektoralen Zusammenarbeit zu erkennen, Skalierungspotenziale der Teilnehmenden zu identifizieren und Kollaborationen zu starten.

Anmeldung für die Side-Tracks folgt.