Nolakoa izan behar luke euskararen nazioarteko lanak?

Ostiralean, maiatzak 17, Kanaldudek ekoizten duen “Zuzenean zure esku” programaren saioa egingo da Beasaingo Igartza jauregian “Nolakoa izan behar luke euskararen nazioarteko lanak?” izenburupean.

Bidarraiko telebistak duen dinamika aberatsaren baitan, 15ero “Zuzenean zure esku” programa zuzenean emititzen du internetez. Oraingoan GARABIDEk heldu dio erronkari eta aste honetan emitituko den programan mundu mailan dauden milaka hizkuntzen inguruan arituko gara.

Mahai-inguruan parte hartuko dutenak honakoak dira:

Mahai-ingurua maiatzaren17an, ostirala, arratsaldeko 6etan eta Beasaingo Igartza jauregian egingo da eta zuzenean emitituko da kanaldude.eus-eko “Zuzenean zure esku” atalean.

Programa grabatu eta internet bidez zabaldu eta  gero, aukera izango da telebista arruntetan ikusteko. Izan ere, “Zuzenean zure esku” programa Hamaika, Goiena eta Xaloa telebistetan emititzen da. Joango gara emisioen inguruko berri zehatza ematen.

Baina lerro hauen bidez ez dizugu saioa ikustera animatu nahi soilik. Ekimenean parte aktiboa izateko 2 modu eskaintzen dizkizugu: zure sare edo kontaktuei mezua zabalduz komunikazio lanean parte hartuz edota mahai-inguruan publiko gisa parte hartuz, horretarako 17:30ak aldera Igartzara hurbilduz. Animatu eta etorri!

Elkar ulertzetik elkarrekin lan egitera… Ados?

 

19c8ace1-aa09-4018-9d22-d5a74fa9cf33.jpgUDALTOP 2019.Egitaraua

2019ko maiatzaren 16an eta 17an – Manuel Lekuona Kultur Etxea – Lasarte-Oria

09:00>09:45 Zein izan behar dira euskalgintzaren baloreak XXI. mendean?

Gorka Espiau Idoiaga, Agirre Lehendakaria Center

09:45>10:15 Euskaraldiko lankidetza esperientzia txarretatik ere ikas genezake?

Estitxu Alkorta Barragán, Eusko Jaurlaritza, HPS
Jasone Mendizabal Altuna, Euskaltzaleen Topagunea

10:15>10:45 Euskaraldia: mugimenduaren mintzoa (eta zer esan digute antolatzaileek?) 

Josune Zabala Alberdi, Eusko Jaurlaritza, HPS
Uxoa Anduaga Berrotaran, Soziolinguistika Klusterra

10:45>11:15 Atsedenaldia
11:15>12:45 Talde-lana: elkar ulertzetik elkarrekin lan egitera. Berrikuntza sozialerako plataforma bat diseinatzen saiatuko gara. Ados?
12:45>13:30 Testigantzak Euskaraldiko elkarlanaz: Lehendakaritza, Bilbo, Amurrio eta Viana

Asier Aranbarri Urzelai, Eusko Jaurlaritza
Begoña Arruabarrena Larrinaga, Eusko Jaurlaritza

13:30>13:45 Amaiera ekitaldia: elkarrekin, ulertu edo ez

Pantxika Lamour

La transformación ineludible

cropped-TRANSFORMACIÓN_INELUDIBLE_CABECERA-WEB_v4_2000x1200px-01-01-04.jpg10:00 – 11:30 Sesión inaugural: ¿Cuál es la mejor estrategia para cumplir la Agenda 2030?

  • Teresa Ribera, ministra para la Transición Ecológica del Gobierno de España
  • Jeffrey Sachs, director de Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) y director del Center for Sustainable Development, Columbia University
  • Kirsten Dunlop, CEO EIT Climate-KIC
  • Ignacio Galán, Presidente y CEO de Iberdrola

Modera: Leire Pajín, Presidenta de la Red Española para el Desarrollo Sostenible (REDS)

11:30 – 12:00 Pausa Café

12:00 – 13:00 Seminario interactivo 1. Narrativas para el cambio

Cómo descubrir las narrativas que bloquean los cambios, y cómo provocar narrativas nuevas que hagan deseable la transformación. Imaginar futuros posibles alineados con los ODS.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Gorka Espiau, Profesor en la Universidad McGill de Montreal, Senior Fellow en The Young Foundation y en Agirre Lehendakaria Center (UPV-EHU)

Panel:

  • Giulio Quaggiotto, UNDP
  • Pablo Santaeufemia, Bridge for Billions

Modera: Gonzalo Fanjul, director del área de análisis de políticas de ISGlobal

13:00 – 14:30 Almuerzo. Networking EIT Climate-KIC

14:30 – 15:30 Seminario interactivo 2. Innovación sistémica, más allá del cambio incremental

Cómo poner de manifiesto la necesidad de ir más allá del cambio incremental. La Agenda 2030 obliga a transformaciones profundas de carácter sistémico.  

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Kirsten Dunlop, CEO EIT Climate-KIC.

Panel:

  • Cristina Garmendia, Presidenta de Fundación Cotec
  • Teresa Riesgo, DG Research development and innovation
  • Óscar Corcho, Catedrático Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)

Modera: Jordi Molas, director del Instituto de Gestión de la Innovación y del Conocimiento (Ingenio)

15:30 – 16:30 Seminario interactivo 3. La transformación ha comenzado

Cómo dar a conocer experiencias disruptivas que están empezando a marcar la senda de la transformación, y discutir sobre las condiciones (contextos) que es necesario crear para su interconexión y escalabilidad.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Jeffrey Sachs, director de Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) y director del Center for Sustainable Development, Columbia University.

Panel:

  • Agustín Delgado, Director de Innovación, Sostenibilidad y Calidad de Iberdrola
  • Mark Nieuwenhuijsen, director de la Iniciativa de Planificación Urbana, Medio Ambiente y Salud en ISGlobal.
  • Manuel Wiechers, CEO en Ilumexico
  • Eva Pérez, directora de Innovación y Sostenibilidad. Fundación Valencia Port

Modera: Valentín Alfaya, Director de Calidad y Medio Ambiente en Ferrovial.

16:30 – 17:00 Conclusiones

  • Cristina Gallach, alta comisionada para la Agenda 2030 en España
  • Representantes de las entidades promotoras: ISGlobal, Iberdrola, itdUPM, REDS

17:30 – 19:00 La aceleración no sólo es necesaria… ¡También es posible!

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Mariana Mazzucato, directora del Instituto para Innovación y Propósito Público en University College London y el RM Phillips Chair en Economía de Innovación en la Universidad de Sussex

En diálogo con:

  • Jeffrey Sachs, director de Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) y director del Center for Sustainable Development, Columbia University

Modera: Carlos Mataix, director del Centro de Innovación en Tecnología para el Desarrollo Humano – itdUPM

19:00 – 19:30 Llamada a la aceleración

Representantes de diferentes generaciones comparten un documento de llamamiento a la aceleración. 

  • José Esquinas-Alcázar, exdirectivo de FAO

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“Beyond Silicon Valley. Can Asian countries develop an Alternative Innovation Narrative?”

RIC Webinar Series March 2019
8ddeacx0sxoqewpji3rldw_thumb_41fFeatured Speakers and Organizations:

Vicky Xie, Global Cooperation Director – Shenzhen Open Innovation Lab
David Li, Founder – Shenzhen Open Innovation Lab
Gorka Espiau Idoiaga, Senior Fellow – Agirre Center for Social and Political Studies

LIVE ZOOM LINK TO JOIN: https://undp-rbap.zoom.us/j/516098868 

Date: Week of March 11
Time: 2pm Bangkok (75 mins; session presentations + Q+A)

Overview/Goal: a reflection on the experience in Basque and Shenzhen that explores very different model to do innovation, that builds on the strengths of the specific contexts.

Starting Point/ Framing Questions:

1- How did these models come to be, why in these particular places and at this particular time, and what can these experience suggest to other countries interested in developing their own innovation ecosystem (but without doing copy and paste from the Valley?)

2- What are some of the emergent trends that are on the horizon? What are the game changing features of tech or social dynamics that are influencing the direction in how society is evolving in the innovation space

More About:

Shenzhen Open Innovation Experience: https://app.additor.io/p/w6JjNDkS
Agirre Lehendakaria Center: located in the Basque region, they have devoted the last 10 years of their practice (and research) on answering the question of why the innovation ecosystem in Bilbao developed they way it did, and why in that particular part of the world. More- https://meetingoftheminds.org/basque-transformational-narratives-21585

Forms of Urban Informality: Learning from Global Examples at MIT

Really pleased to have presented the Basque Case in this MIT class: 11.S966 Forms of Urban Informality: Learning from Global Examples, Full-Semester Course; 6 credits; 2-0-4

There are a myriad of forms of urban informality – spanning technology, economies, construction, and housing – and they are shaping cities. This course will explore examples of urban innovation around the world, through the lens of informality. Each case will examine the design and ideation process, stakeholders, resources and impacts. We will hear from a variety of actors and entrepreneurs, including discussions of Bird, Sweet Water Foundation, Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI), Open Desk, and Asiye eTafuleni, among others.

It is increasingly clear that a socially, economically, and politically resilient city has never been realized from the top down – to create urban futures, we must explore and learn from the forms of urban informality. They are many, and increasing: today, over 50% of the world’s working population generate their income through informal employment; 85% of new jobs created are in the informal economy; and one in eight humans live in informal settlements. By the same token, digital urban technologies, typified in the sharing economy and the gig economy, are atomizing traditionally monolithic systems. Around the world, informal modes of transaction, employment and regulation are demanding that cities function in newly distributed ways. And if the future of cities is informal, disaggregate, dynamic – then it is imperative to explore the many forms of informality.

How are concepts such as “investment,” “transaction,” “innovation,” “design,” “governance,” “agency” and “public,” among others, expressed in particular cases of informality? And how can those practically inform other economies, communities, technologies, and movements around the globe? Through guest speakers, readings, site visits, and discussions, this course will introduce and analyze a series of cases around the world. We will explore examples that reflect various characteristic modes of informality, and analyze their context with a variety of lenses (politics, economics, social dynamics, design and climate realities).

Together, the class will develop a working definition of innovation as it relates to informality, and a comparative framework to analyze the different cases. In addition, if students are interested in continuing beyond the course, we can assist with an independent study or group learning model.

Time: Thursdays, 4:00 – 6:00P
Location: 9-255
Grading: A/B/C/D/E/F
Class size: Maximum of 15 people

Teaching Team:
Kate Mytty, Visiting Lecturer, MIT Center for Real Estate, kmytty@mit.edu
Matthew Claudel, PhD candidate, MIT Department of Urban Studies & Planning claudel@mit.edu