Who we are

Cycle “Big Data and Social Services” (From 25/09/2019 to 10/03/2020)
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How we do it

Course: From Person-Centered Attention to “Self-directed Support”
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What we do

Training workshops for city councils “Effective communication in Social Services”
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iSocial

Our welfare system needs to innovate and invest in knowledge to respond better to present social needs and pre-empt future needs.

Social action innovations Bank

Postgraduate course in public management of local Social Services (Start: February 5)
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Systemic changes

Innovation projects in Social Services promoted by iSocial
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First post-grad on innovation for social sector professionals

“Leadership and innovation”. Training-action for Social Services teams
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Innovations…

News…

iSocial Foundation will co-direct with UB the “Postgraduate course in Public Management of Local Social Services” of ACM

Classes will begin on February 5. The course is addressed to the managers and technicians of Social Services of the 937 city councils members of the Catalan Association of Municipalities (ACM). The course will be managed by the School of Social Work of the University of Barcelona and the iSocial Foundation. It is a university program of 30 credits and 256 hours of classes.

iSocial Foundation will co-direct with UB the “Postgraduate course in Public Management of Local Social Services” of ACM

Classes will begin on February 5. The course is addressed to the managers and technicians of Social Services of the 937 city councils members of the Catalan Association of Municipalities (ACM). The course will be managed by the School of Social Work of the University of Barcelona and the iSocial Foundation. It is a university program of 30 credits and 256 hours of classes.

A new debate explores the opportunities and limits of predictive systems and automation in Social Services

On November 19, Palau Macaya de Barcelona hosted the 3rd debate of the cycle “Big Data and Social Services” of the iSocial Foundation, in which four experts discussed the opportunities and limits of introducing predictive systems and automation processes in the Social Services sector. The debate was led by the data science professor of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Jordi Conesa.

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