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Conferences and seminars

We organize seminars, conferences and open events to explore the challenges facing the social services sector today, discuss emerging proposals and analyze solutions in a collaborative way.

Conference “Social Services at a crossroads: strengths and challenges in the post-Covid stage”

Conference “Social Services at a crossroads: strengths and challenges in the post-Covid stage”

Emi Vicente, President of the General Council of Social Work (held on 29/09/2021)

The challenge of creating value and positivity in organizations in turbulent times

The challenge of creating value and positivity in organizations in turbulent times

Xavier Marcet, International innovation consultant (held on 15/12/2020)

will social services withstand the emerging challenges due to Covid19?

will social services withstand the emerging challenges due to Covid19?

Carles Alsinet, director of Social Innovation Catedra in UdL (held on 16/09/2020)

The future is already here: technology and big data in Social Services

The future is already here: technology and big data in Social Services

Toni Codina, CEO & co-founder of iSocial Foundation (held on 17/06/2020)

priorities today in innovation and transformation of social services in Europe

priorities today in innovation and transformation of social services in Europe

Alfonso Lara Montero, CEO of the European Social Network-ESN (held on 05/02/2020)

Debate “Communicate better to change the image of social services”

Debate “Communicate better to change the image of social services”

Several national speakers (held on 10/10/2019)

Cycle of reflection “Big Data and Social Services”

Cycle of reflection “Big Data and Social Services”

Several national and international speakers (held from 25/09/2019 to 10/03/2020)

Lecture ”Financing innovative social projects”

Lecture ”Financing innovative social projects”

Luk Zelderloo, general secretary of European Association of Service Providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD) (held on 28/02/2019)

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