Dialogue - Overview
Social innovations from their very nature
are concerned with a much broader range of stakeholders than traditional innovations.
In order to produce outcomes that really matter, it is crucially important that the relevant stakeholders
are involved in the innovation process. Referring to the idea of participation and collaboration,
processes of co-creation and learning
across organisation boundaries are central aspects of social innovation and the
«designerly approach». Against this background, continuous stakeholder dialogue
is the core of the projects participatory research agenda. It focuses on the active
engagement of social innovation stakeholders in the project's research activities. Through an iterative
process of research, reflection and action, stakeholder dialogue will be guaranteed throughout the project.
More precisely, intermediaries of vulnerable groups, policy makers and statistical
experts will be engaged through
These activities are supplemented by the exchange with social innovators from the private, public, no-profit and informal sector
during the Go to Collecting Evidencefieldwork
as well as at practitioners conferences in a «Science meets Practice» manner
and trough taking stock of the consortium's and
Go to Associated Partnersassociated partners
networks. The exchange with the scientific community will take place at
conferences, through lecturing at the partnering universities as well as through the utilisation
of consortium and associated partners networks.