Social Innovation Academy

Social Innovation Academy – February & March 2021

With the ASIS Social Innovation Academy, we intend to explain our new vision of innovation. We aim to present the tools with which social innovation can be implemented more successfully. But above all, we hope you will become inspired from concrete examples and start supporting social innovation in your territory as well as start developing an action plan to implement a social innovation strategy into your organization, city, region or country.

What is the Social Innovation Academy?

The Social Innovation Academy is a comprehensive training program, structured around three modules, that will be organized by ASIS partners in each country: Austria, France, Germany, Italy and Slovenia.

Why attending?

It is a great opportunity to acquire new or complementary knowledge about social innovation.
What are the main learning objectives of the Social Innovation Academy?

  • Get to know each other (transnational actors in the social innovation ecosystem)
  • Get to know the current state of social innovation in Alpine region
  • Become actors and ambassadors of social innovation
  • To be able to define the new vision of ‘classical’ innovation as social innovation 
  • To present the tools with which social innovation can be implemented more successfully 
  • Become inspired from concrete examples of social innovation in the Alpine Space Region 
  • Start supporting social innovation in your territory
  • Start developing an action plan to implement a social innovation strategy into your organization, city, region or country.

For whom?

You have some responsibilities within your local, regional or national authorities, you are in charge of the economic development of territories, you are an entrepreneur or you simply want to move the lines within your organization? Attend our sessions and become an actor of this new vision of innovation!
You are all invited to join to make change happen!

When and where?

Detailed schedule is available hereunder.
More details about the registration process and the modules content will be posted soon.

GermanyOn-line event
February 2nd14h – 17h – 1st afternoon session
February 9th14h – 17h – 2nd afternoon session
February 23rd15h – 18h – 3rd afternoon session
AustriaOn-line event
February 9th 14h – 17h
February 16th 14h – 17h
February 23rd 15h – 18h
SloveniaOn-line event
March 9th9h – 12h – 1st session
March 10th9h – 12h – 1st session
March 11th9h – 12h – 1st session
March 23rd9h – 12h – 2nd session
March 24th9h – 12h – 2nd session
March 25th9h – 12h – 2nd session
FranceOn-line event
SESSION A
March 1st13h30 – 16h30 – 1st afternoon session
March 8th13h30 – 16h30 – 2nd afternoon session
March 15th13h30 – 16h30 – 3rd afternoon session
SESSION B 
March 10th09h – 12 h – 1st morning session
March 17th09h – 12 h – 2nd morning session
March 24th09h – 12 h – 3rd morning session
ItalyOn-site event
March 24th09h – 13h – 1st morning session
March 24th14h30 – 17h30 – 2rd afternoon session
March 25th09h – 12h30 – 3rd morning session