The OSIRIS-project improves design, rapid delivery and implementation of open and social innovation policies and action plans. Each partner in the project will create an action plan. This plan should address how open and social innovation should be utilized when creating and implementing regional development strategies. This especially concerns strategies aimed at increasing inclusion.
During the course of the project, partners learn from each other, exchanging experiences regarding the methods and models that can help this happen. OSIRIS addresses essential challenges of seven public bodies in Europe: North (SE, FI), South (IT, PT, GR), East (SK) and West (NL). The challenges are referring to: employment, innovation, education, social inclusion and climate/energy. They all run Good Practices (GP) on Open and Social Innovation (OSI). Policy Instruments (PIs) need implementation of more effective Smart Specialization Strategies enhancing border-crossing interregional media solutions, visualizing and disseminating improvements and changes, increasing involvement for regional growth and employment. A set of co-creative workshops for participatory policy design and exchange of knowledge, ensure individual, organizational and stakeholders involvement and learning, resulting in identification and implementation of desirable changes in the seven PIs, supported by ERDF/ESF.
KiNNO Consultants LTD. is responsible for:
- Organizing two (2) meetings: One (1) co-creative meeting that will be combined with a webinar with the partner PAT & and one (1) informative day to present the functionality and training on the platform for representatives of stakeholders
- Hackathon Organization for the creation and integration of Chatbots applications
Partnership: Computer Technology Institute and Press Diophantus (Greece), Municipality of Fundão (Portugal), Autonomous Province of Trento (Italy), Regional development agency of the Prešov selfgoverning region (Slovakia), Province of Drenthe (The Netherlands), Regional Council of Ostrobothnia (Sweeden), Åbo Akademi University (Sweeden).