IA4SI News

  • On the 15th of September, IA4SI teamed up with another CAPS project, Scicafe2.0’s, to hold a session on IA4SI and Scicafe2.0 projects’ goals, research work and tools that are being developed. The session, which was hosted in Brussels by the Expertisecentrum Wetenschapscommunicatie Brussel (http://www.wtnschp.be), was followed by an audience from nine different higher education institutions from Belgium.

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  • new-carousel-ict2015-500x254px_10821_0IA4SI @ ICT 2015 Innovate, Connect, Transform, Lisbon, 20-22/10/2015: The biggest ICT event in the EU calendar is back! Join ICT 2015 to network, follow interesting debates in the conference, hear the latest news on the European Commission’s new policies and initiatives with regard to R&I in ICT, find information about funding opportunities and much more!

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  • impact4you_V4Want to learn more about Social Innovation in Europe?

    Visit Impact4you!

    …a space where European citizens can discover the different CAPS  projects and their offered tools.

    Visit Impact4you platform and voice your opinion by answering selected questions related to social innovation initiatives


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  • “The Value of (Digital) Social Innovation” during the CAPS2015 event in Brussels on the 7th of July 2015. A lot of people were interested and participate to the Workshop supporting that IA4SI clearly contributed to explain and enlarge the discussion about what is Digital Social Innovation!

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  • IA4SI will participate to the workshop “Social innovation, policies and public policies” organized by the SEiSMiC project

    The worksop is an event of the italian network and will develop three working session on
    collaborative mapping, new urban economies and civic monitoring of public services.
    From the project website: “The SEiSMiC project helps tackle Europe’s biggest urban problems by engaging citizens, identifying social innovation needs, and contributing to future urban policies and research strategies. It builds diverse networks of urban stakeholders to propose effective, widely agreed solutions. It then engages the public in creative ways, so that research learns from citizens, and citizens learn from research”.

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