Manifesto for Transformative Social Innovation


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Upcoming Events

Agora for the Great Transition

ParisLearn more
With the Great Transition in mind, people come together and create enlightening dialectics on core questions about strategy and vision from the current neoliberal growth paradigm to the next system.

Past Events

Social innovation in practice

Utrecht, The NetherlandsLearn more
Book presentation and panel discussion on the (im)possibilities of social innovation at the University of Applied Sciences, Utrecht. The presented book is called Sociale innovatie in de praktijk, edited by Karre, Dagevos & Walraven.

“Paradoxes of Transformative Social Innovation: interrogating new knowings of governance and imaginaries of societal transformation”.

Brussels, BelgiumLearn more
This 1,5 day symposium will take place in Brussels (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Solbosch campus), December 6-7, 2017. The symposium is meant to organize a debate between leading scholars that have explored these ‘TSI paradoxes’ from various angles (such as innovation studies, STS, political philosophy, sociology, political science, Social Economy, transitions studies).

Abundance Hull

WISE, High Street, Kingston-upon-Hull, UK
Abundance Hull has been organised by Hull & East Riding Mutual Aid Network and Eden Project Communities, two organisations working to connect communities and inspire action. The event focused on building networks of networks and making the case for extended networks of reciprocity, asset sharing/developing, partnering, trust-building and empowering of citizens and communities using own assets.

Opening up to an era of social innovation

Lisbon, PortugalLearn more
The conference is organized by the European Commission, the Portuguese government and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. It aims to boost social innovation in Europe because social innovation is a good, cost-effective way to advance inclusive and wealth-creating public policies, by developing a new narrative and giving this new narrative the means to take root, grow, blossom and bear fruit.