Social innovation is , "new solution to a social problem which is more effective, efficient, sustainable or fairer compared to existing solutions, and which generates value primarily for society instead of single individuals or organisations." [Phills et al. (2008) Rediscovering Social Innovation}. It is also a process of “empowerment and political mobilisation” targeting a bottom-up transformation of the functioning of a social system, in terms of stakeholders and in terms of distribution of material and immaterial resources. [Moulaert et al. (2009) Social Innovation and Territorial Development].


Invited participants only

Next meeting:

Social Innovation and Scaling : A framework for Analysis 

20th of November, 2021


Dr Barnaby Pace, Chancellor, APSI Center of Excellence
Maxwell Abbott, Board of Director, APSI Center of Excellence
Veronika Kanem, PhD candidate , Auckland University
Dr Eddy Kristianto, Leading entrepreneur and social innovator, Indonesia

Facilitator: Doug Erutoe 


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