NEWSLETTER NO. 19
Culture, creativity and social innovation are an added value when integrated in all processes and bring to a more sustainable, human-centric and resilient economy and society. That's industrial transformation and CCIs play a key role in the reindustrialisation of Europe.
NEWSLETTER NO. 18
Open innovation is the “secret” driving force behind the modernisation of policies in the European Union. The CCI sector can drive the socio-economic recovery of Europe, when it enhances and shares the innovations successfully developed at the local level.
NEWSLETTER NO. 17
AI techniques are methodologies able to outsmart the digital deluge by supporting interactions of humans with digital data to improve the government processes. Those techniques allow to dig deep into the textual content of documents which can support the future policy making activities.
NEWSLETTER NO. 16
Cultural and creative sectors are important for ensuring the continued development of societies and are at the heart of the creative economy. Coronavirus crisis has played a critical role in these sectors, nevertheless new interesting opportunities are also emerging.
NEWSLETTER NO. 15
Due to Covid, partners met online in a 3-session meeting. With the kick-off, the partially renewed Consortium officially started the activities aimed at capitalizing and transferring the results of both the first and second generation of HP to affect the MED region and beyond.
NEWSLETTER NO. 14
The partnership of the second generation of the Social&Creative Community is enriched with 4 new entries: the Institute of Entrepreneurship Development (Greece), the University of Rijeka - Faculty of Economics and Business (Croatia), the Ministry of Energy, Trade and Industry (Cyprus) and Gellify (Spain).
NEWSLETTER NO. 13
What is the Interreg MED Social&Creative Community? What are its goals, activities, topics, results? Watch MEET – Mediterranean Innovation Tales, the Social&Creative Community docu-film!
The Social&Creative Community Final Event - Mediterranean Forum of Creativity and Social Innovation. Partners, policy makers, stakeholders, experts, creatives and social innovators, academia, media and general public from all the countries of the Northern Mediterranean active participants of this two-day final conference aimed at celebrating the past three years of successful cooperation and positive impact, demonstrating the work done and the results achieved by the Community and testing the tools provided by TALIA. The event will be also the change to learn about new opportunities, share ideas and food for thoughts for creativity and social innovation policies.
NEWSLETTER NO. 11
The Social&Creative community final event “Mediterranean Forum of Creativity and Social Innovation” is approaching! Do not make any othercommitments on October 15th and 16th: we are waiting for you in Bari (Italy) to celebrate the Social&Creative Community. Stay tuned!
NEWSLETTER NO. 10
Are you a young videomaker residing in the MED Programme cooperationarea? We are searching for you! The Social&Creative Community is ready tolaunch a video contest on the social innovation and creativity topics. Staytuned!.
NEWSLETTER NO. 9
The Interreg MED Programme’s Social&Creative Community gathered in Palermo on October 19 to participate in a relevant International Seminar at the CreZi.Plus cultural centre, organised by the European Network of Living Labs within the TALIA horizontal project.
NEWSLETTER NO. 8
In this issue you can find: information on the upcoming TALIA international seminar in Palermo (October 19), within Vestino 2018 by CreativeWear (October 18-22); the new policy brief produced by TALIA on Data driven innovation; activities, videos, documents and events of our MPs.
NEWSLETTER NO. 7
The Social&Creative community at the Made in MED – Rome, April 18 and 19
NEWSLETTER NO. 6
MADE IN MED event is approaching – Rome, April 18 and 19
NEWSLETTER NO. 5
The programme objective for all InterregMED initiatives under the Innovation Axis reads as follows: “To increase transnational activity of innovative clusters and networks of key sectors of the MED area”.
NEWSLETTER NO. 4
Four networking opportunities in three European countries to promote creativity and social innovation in the Mediterranean.
NEWSLETTER NO. 3
The TALIA International Seminar took place on 28th June and it involved the participation of modular projects in the Social & Creative thematic community, associated partners and key stakeholders in the thematic area.
Newsletter no. 2
On 17th May in Alicante, the Interreg MED Programme organised a community building event entitled "We are MED - Going beyond thematic communities". The event was "the occasion to work together on a common work methodology and last but not least build a strong Interreg MED community". Talia, the program responsible for building the Social&Creative community, was there.