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Funded under the Information and Communication Technologies programme of Horizon 2020’s Industrial Leadership component, and its call for collective awareness platforms for sustainability and social innovation, the Families_Share project is developing a social networking and awareness-raising platform dedicated to encouraging childcare and work/life balance. The platform capitalises on neighbourhood networks and enables citizens to come together to share tasks, time and skills relevant to childcare and after-school education/leisure, where these have become unaffordable in times of stagnation and austerity.

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CAPSSI

Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation

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Advisory board

Learn more about the advisory board of Families_Share.

About Families_Share

Learn about the project.

Cokido

Discover the Cokido platform

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Co-design workshop in the Venice CityLab

Co-design workshop in the Venice CityLab

On the 19th of May, the co-design workshop will take place at the Venice CityLab. We will be hosted by the Laguna Libre restaurant (http://www.lagunalibre.it/) in Cannaregio.

The workshop, which will involve around 30 adults, will run from 10.30 to 12.30 a.m. In the mean time children will be entertained in a kidsLab and after the workshop a buffet lunch will be offered to all participant.

First focus group meeting in Trento

First focus group meeting in Trento

April 2018, Trento, Italy

The first Families_Share focus group meeting, organised by the Family District of Trento, was held in Trento as part of the project’s stakeholder engagement activities. The workshop-style meeting explored stakeholder needs and barriers to the local implementation of Families_Share.

Firm foundations: The Cokido platform

Firm foundations: The Cokido platform

Families_Share will co-design, develop and test an open source collective awareness platform, which will allow transnational participation and the exchange of best practices via the posting of parenting challenges and a system for calculating time credits.

Families_share joins CAPSSI

Families_share joins CAPSSI

The CAPSSI initiative designs and pilots online platforms, creates awareness of sustainability problems and offers collaborative solutions based on innovative networks of people, ideas, services and technologies, enabling new forms of social innovation. It supports environmentally aware efforts, grassroots processes and practices for sharing knowledge, achieving changes in lifestyle, production and consumption patterns, and setting up more participatory democratic processes on a pan-European scale.

Families_Share launched in Venice

Families_Share launched in Venice

Funded under the Information and Communication Technologies programme of Horizon 2020’s Industrial Leadership component, and its call for collective awareness platforms for sustainability and social innovation, the project is developing a social networking and awareness-raising platform dedicated to encouraging childcare and work/life balance. The platform capitalises on neighbourhood networks and enables citizens to come together to share tasks, time and skills relevant to childcare and after-school education/leisure, where these have become unaffordable in times of stagnation and austerity.

City Labs

Families_Share will be deployed within different settings and environments in seven EU cities where participatory needs analysis, co-design and co-creation processes will be set up, leading to the development of the first Families_Share Platform prototypes that will trigger socially innovative models for socialising childcare in urban neighbourhoods. Digital social innovation processes will be supported by communication and dissemination efforts and the whole local experiment will shape the Families_Share CityLabs, which will include efforts to raise awareness, build sustainability and encourage further exploitation at national level. The cultural and socioeconomic impact will be measured at a local and international level.


THESSALONIKI CITYLAB (GR)
BUDAPEST CITYLAB (HU)
BOLOGNA CITYLAB (IT)
TRENTO CITYLAB (IT)
VENICE CITYLAB (IT)
KORTRIJK DE STUYVERIJ (BE)
HAMBURG CITYLAB (DE)

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