In his contribution to the International Seminar Social Innovation in Public Policies in Brasilia, on 7 and 8 March 2018, Robert Lukesch discusses the essence of social innovation at the micro level and highlights the importance of governance (“the very notion of social innovation requires an institutional environment which is at least not punishing deviating behaviour”. He explains why “one of the notable innovations at governance level in the last decades has been the CLLD/LEADER method for local development” and presents further examples of social innovation from different European countries.
To read Robert’s paper click below.
The title of paper People, places, cracks and light has been inspired by a song, Leonard Cohen’s ‘Anthem’!
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