Symposium: Digital Disruptive Technologies to Co-create, Co-produce and Co-manage Open Public Services Tuesday, 29th of March 2022 9:00-13:00 CET Online event The H2020 project “CO3, Digital Disruptive Technologies to Co-create, Co-produce and Co-manage Open Public Services along with Citizens” aimed at
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This Nano Open Online Course (NOOC) is designed by a consortium of 10 partners across 5 countries behind the EU-funded CO3 Project. The aim of the NOOC, which kicks off on 22 November 2021, is to assess the benefits and risks of
Name: ENMI2021 Les Entretiens du Nouveau Monde Industriel 2021. Dynamite et Marteau. Un an et demi d’expérimentation en Seine-Saint-Denis Institution: IRI Date:Nov. 30th, 2021 Location: Centre Pompidou Museum, Grand Salle – Paris (FR) Link: https://iri-ressources.org/collections/collection-2/season-66/video-910.html#t=6061.593
Launch of the NOOC “Disruptive Technologies to Co-create, Co-produce and Co-manage Open Public Services along with Citizens”
The CO3 project will be kicking off its Nano Open Online Course (NOOC) on November 22. In the NOOC “Disruptive Technologies to Co-create, Co-produce and Co-manage Open Public Services along with Citizens”, students will familiarize themselves with the basics of the disrupted technologies (blockchain, augmented reality, geolocated social network, interactive democracy tools) and gamification, used in a case study.
The 3rd plenary meeting of CO3 project was successfully organized over video teleconference in November, 2nd 2021. Partners and advisors saw constructive presentations and discussions about the emerging results from the pilots with reference to the expected results, overview on
We recapped the main updates about the Paris pilot with the aim to clarify the main changes with respect to the original ideas presented in the first half of the project in terms of scenarios definitions and engagement plans, as they can have an impact on the pilots evaluations.
We recapped the main updates about the Turin pilot with the aim to clarify the main changes with respect to the original ideas presented in the first half of the project in terms of scenarios definitions and engagement plans, as they can have an impact on the pilots evaluations.
Like any other European country, Greece has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic since February 2020 and a series of restrictive measures aimed to contrast and limit the diffusion of the virus have been taken. However, the restriction measures in Greece started to be mitigated in May 2021.
During the first half of the CO3 project, local services to be piloted have been designed following a participatory methodology, based on co-design. This approach has been followed also in the evaluation of each pilots’ service. Co-design logic has been adapted to an evaluation framework. The framework covers the two main axes of the project: the use of disruptive technologies and the co-production of public services. These axes are combined to different evaluation aspects that are related with legal, socio-cultural, economical and sustainability factors.
On friday, September 24 at 17.30 at Più Spazioquattro there will be a launch meeting of the European project CO3 Project | Horizon 2020 European Union programme, organized by Comune di Torino and Rete delle Case del Quartiere, during which it will be presented and tested the App created to connect citizens.
The Turin Scenario, Augmented Commoning, is focused on Case del
Quartiere (CdQs, Houses of the Neighbourhood), community hubs that host a wide spectrum of activities and services in different fields (from welfare to culture, from education to environment), co-produced and co-managed with citizens and local grassroots organisations.
The Clinique Contributive aims to create a physical space for dialogue and contributory help about issues regarding the danger of screen’s overexposure between 0 and 3 years old within the community. A social network will allow parents, researchers and medical
The pilot, “Grocery on Hold”, regards the distribution of quality food to people in need. It takes place at flea markets located in several neighborhoods in Athens with the involvement of customers, producers that own benches in the market, and the beneficiaries ( citizens with social and financial needs).
Policy analysis Implementing disruptive technologies at the CO3 project is translated into a platform composed of several modules, each of those implementing several toolkits, frameworks, and protocols. Some of the modules used in CO3 come from previous developments. The handicap