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SEMPRE Conference on Social Innovation and Organisational Change

Published: 2017-09-19
SEMPRE Conference on Social Innovation and Organisational Change

Around 70 participants from the Baltic Sea Region discussed social innovation and organisational change in the mid-term conference of the SEMPRE project in Tallinn, Estonia on 14 September 2017. A documentation of the conference can be found in the conference section.

Impulse speaker Malin Lindberg from Lulea University of Technology explained the many facets of social service innovation and the organisational forms and practices that are behind it. The SEMPRE partners presented first micro projects that are developing in Germany, Finland and Estonia and discussed the prerequisites for organisational change towards more involvement of service users in a world café.

We would like to thank all speakers, panelists and participants for their contributions! See you for the final conference in Riga in November 2018!

 

 

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