VIII FORUM ON INCLUSIVE EMPLOYMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP

EXPERIENCES AND TRENDS IN SOCIAL INNOVATION FOR INCLUSION

AGENDA

9:00 – 9:30

ACCESS TO THE ONLINE PLATFORM

9:30 – 9.35
INTRODUCTION TO THE EVENT

Silvia Leal - Presenter and expert in technology and digital transformation.

9.35 - 9.50

Luis González Muñoz - Director of Technical Engineering and Social Action at Acción contra el Hambre.

Emma Toledano, Head of Unit of the Directorate General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion of the European Commission.

Angel Mª García-Frontelo. Deputy Director General of the Administrative Unit of the European Social Fund (UAFSE). Ministry of Labor, Migration and Social Security.

Jose Miguel Machimbarrena Cuerda. Deputy Director of the Third Sector and Volunteering. Ministry of Social Rights and Agenda 2030.

9.50 – 10:25
FOR AN INCLUSIVE RECOVERY

The impact of the pandemic in the employability of the most vulnerable. Joaquín Nieto – ILO Director in Spain.

Living, working and Covid-19. Maximiliano Mascherini, Head of Unit of Social Policies and Daphne Ahrendt, Senior Research Manager at Eurofound (European Foundation for the improvement of Living & Working conditions).

10.15-10.45
FOR A SUSTAINABLE RECOVERY

Circular Economy for a better post-pandemic recovery. Paula Baldó de Andrés, Technical director at Envirall.
Education for sustainability. Patricia Ibarra, Teachers for future.

Education as a key for a sustainable recovery. Luis García Domínguez, President of the Association of VET centers.

10.45 - 11.15
FOR AN EGALITARIAN RECOVERY

Gender Equality Index 2020- European Institute for Gender Equality. Clara Ituero, Global Gender Advisor of Action Against Hunger.

Impact of the pandemic on women and proposals for action. María García Sánchez, gender consultant and programs director at Mujeres en Igualdad (Women in Equality).

11.15 - 11.45
PEOPLE AT THE CORE OF INNOVATION

Service Reform Fund, a person-centred approach. John Healy, Deputy Executive Director, and Niahm Lally, Principle Investigator for the Service Reform Fund at GENIO – Transforming Social Services.

Participant/user experience in the social sector. Daniel Marote, customer experience, digital transformation and purpose driven business expert. Silvia

11.45 - 12.00
SUMMARY AND NEXT ACTIVITIES

Silvia Leal - Presenter and expert in technology and digital transformation.

12.00 - 12.15
AWARDS CEREMONY

BEST PRACTICES AWARDS CEREMONY by the European Network of Innovation for Inclusion.

12.15 -13.10
BEST PRACTICES WORKSHOPS

Parallel workshops on the winning and finalist practices in Inclusive Employment and Inclusive Entrepreneurship:

COOPERATIVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP by CO-ACTIONS Cooperative
WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP by The Women's Organization
ECOOPE by Centro Internacional Santander Emprende
MY CAREER PATH by Edu Compass Foundation
GENDER+ by Aspire -Igen
ADULT TRAINING CENTER LO PONT by Fundació Gentis

13.10 - 14.00
PRACTICES FAIR AND NETWORKING

Each awarded practice will have an stand where attendees can "stop-by", express their interest in further collaborating and schedule one-to-one brief calls to get details on each project.

15.00 - 16.30
NETWORKING

Time for one-to- one meetings with the awarded entities, previously scheduled during the practices fair.

Speakers

Patricia Ibarra

Patricia is an Elementary School teacher in Public Education.

She has worked mainly in Madrid and France and is a member of Teachers For Future Spain since its inception.  From this group, they carry out concrete actions to change the management of schools, develop Environmental Education and promote contact with nature for students.

Clara Ituero Herrero

Clara is the Global Gender Advisor of Action Against Hunger since 2015. As the rest of the members of the International Gender Unit of Action against Hunger Canada, she guides and supports the International network of Action against Hunger to enhance its accountability towards gender equality and gender-based violence.

Luís García Dominguez

Luis is director of the IES Puerta Bonita and president of the Association of Vocational Training Centers FPEmpresa. This association works in favor of Vocational Training and is made up of 274 vocational training centers from all geographical areas of Spain. The daily work of FPEmpresa is to collaborate with all social agents involved in the field of Vocational Training. The Association's motto is Vocational Training as the first option.

Dr. Niamh Lally

Niamh is the Principle Investigator for the Service Reform Fund (SRF) Action Research overseeing the disability, mental health and homeless programmes. Working in practice based research her role focuses on informing and facilitating strategic discussion and promoting learning amongst change leaders, practitioners and experts by experience implementing reform in social service systems.

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Last editions

Since 2012 Action against Hunger has organized this annual event as the inclusive employment and entrepreneurship forum in order to promote the social inclusion of people at risk of exclusion, especially long term unemployed, young people, women and immigrants.

The forum was a place of encounter, exchange of experiences and discussion among actors representing groups with little presence in the labour market and in the entrepreneurship ecosystem, that is, public administrations, Third Sector organizations, and employment and entrepreneurship support organizations.