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A. INTRODUCTION........................................................6 B. MISSION, VISION AND VALUES..............................8 C. ORGANIZ ATION AL CH ART......................................9 D. M AN AGEMENT BOARD.........................................11 E. GLOBAL DATA.....................................................12 1. DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION...........................14 2. E-INCLUSION............. ......................................16 3. EDUCATION FOR DEVELOPMENT........................20 4. SOCI AL ENTREPRENEURSHIP.............................24 5. SOCI AL INNOVATION........................................26 F. PARTICIPATION IN NET WORKS.............................30 G. NEW ALLI ANCES.................................................32 H. JOVESOLIDES IN MOTION....................................34 I. STAFF TRAINING............ ......................................38 J. ORGANIZ ATIONS TH AT COUNTED ON JOVESOLIDES.......................................................................41 K. ECONOMIC REPORT.............................................42 L. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS...........................................48

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Jovesolides (Youth for Solidarity and Development) is an organization formed by people who promote participation and social activism. It is based on volunteer work, non-profit work and a shared commitment. Almost twenty years later, the reasons that motivated its creation still prevail. Every day we work for the same goals that guided our steps at the beginning: equal opportunities for development, the promotion of the leadership of young people as agents of change, and the consolidation of community action processes. Mother Teresa of Calcutta said: “I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; together we can do great things�. This motto has accompanied Jovesolides during the twelve months of 2017. As always, every project, activity and initiative of the entity has been possible thanks to the work of the volunteers, and of our partner companies and organizations. Their trust, as well as the passion of the technical staff of Jovesolides, has been the fuel that has allowed us to move forward in the construction of a fairer world for all.

On the pages that follow we will present a summary of the activities of Jovesolides in 2017. This year our new website was launched, with a wider range of contents, a different structure, and a design aimed at encouraging participation. In addition to this, for two days we transformed the city of Valencia into the world centre of social innovation with the celebration of the 3rd Social Innovation Forum. In this space for collective inspiration we presented an innovative gamification-based methodology: Factor 5, a tool that can be used to generate ideas for solving all types of social challenges. In this intense year we have also presented several studies on social entrepreneurship, we have carried out interesting experiments, and we have organized several seminars which have been spaces for reflection on different topics. We are taking constant steps to transform the world into a better place, as we keep gathering ideas to bring about a social change which is ever more necessary and urgent.

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N O I S I V , N O I S S I M S E U L A V AND

Mission

Vision

Values

Jovesolides advocates for equal opportunities for development, promotes active global citizenship and involves people as agents of change in their environment.

Being a benchmark organization for the promotion of social commitment, through innovative initiatives involving people or collectives facing different social challenges.

Jovesolides is committed to the promotion of human rights, the respect for diversity and plurality, within the framework of a social and democratic State governed by the rule of law.

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TECHNICAL STAFF

VOLUNTEERS

GENERAL MANAGEMENT

MANAGEMENT BOARD

STAKEHOLDERS

ASSEMBLY

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E-INCLUSION

EDUCATION FOR DEVELOPMENT

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

SOCIAL INNOVATION


D. T BOARD

N E M E G MANA

The management board of the organization entity is composed of:

Lourdes Mirón Mirón:

Angélica Beatriz Díaz Mejía:

president

treasurer

Mario Francés Biosca:

Kety Balibrea Melero:

vice-president

chairperson

Moulain Oum Mouminine:

Marina Irun Briz:

secretary

chairperson

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L A B O L G DATA 5 STRATEGIC LINES: 1 . D eve l opme nt c ooperation 2 . E - in c l us i on 3 . E duc a ti on f or development 4 . S oc ia l e ntre pre ne u rship 5 . S oc ia l i nnova ti on 12

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19 countries


9118 people served

14 projects

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T N E M P O L E V E D 1. COOPERATION

We strengthen the leadership of university students to become protagonists of the post-conflict process in Colombia.

In 2017 Jovesolides has collaborated with its partners in Latin America, particularly in Colombia. Our main goal has been to promote the leadership and social commitment of young people within their local communities for the defence of human rights.

50 Persons Our challenges • Youth leadership. • Social entrepreneurship. • Social inclusion. • Human rights and a culture of peace.

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40% Women

Colombia

60% Men

1 project

Aliris Peña Coordinator of Social Development Jovesolides Colombia


InnovaT II: Education and a culture of peace in post-conflict situations, as a scenario for reflection on the perspective of social innovation How we make an impact: By empowering young people so they can participate responsibly in Colombian politics. We promote their leadership in post-conflict processes to improve the living conditions of the population, support a culture of peace and the respect of human rights. And we do this using social innovation as the main tool for change. 50 persons

40% women

60% men

How we have achieved this: By means of several laboratories in Cartagena de Indias. on these courses participants learned alternative ways of participating actively in society.

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N O I S U L C N I E 2.

Participating in La Ruta has helped me to gain a selfconfidence to believe that everything is possible.

For yet another year this has been one of the areas in which Jovesolides has had greater activity. We have been working to combat the digital divide and bring new technologies closer to several groups of people with specific social challenges.

Rocío Muñoz participant in La Ruta

6 961 Persons Our challenges • Social inclusion. • Equality. • Combating the digital divide.

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60,58% Women

Region of Valencia, Murcia

39,42% Men

6 projects


2.1. EmpoderaT

2.2. Mayores Movilizados

How we make an impact:

How we make an impact:

We stimulate empowerment by developing technical and social skills among unemployed people who are at risk of social exclusion. We do this by combining e-inclusion tools with different innovative methodologies and creative techniques. These tools have allowed us to reach our established goals more effectively.

We fostered the digital and social inclusion of the elderly, by showing them how to use smartphones and tablets. In Jovesolides we also encourage the socialization of the elderly and intergenerational relations, thus contributing to improving their quality of life.

86 persons

79% women

21% men

3 902 persons

61% women

39% men

How we have achieved this:

How we have achieved this:

By means of training delivered in Cullera, Paterna and the Islamic Cultural Centre of Valencia. These courses have focused on ICT tools, and there has been a personalized coaching service in each one of them. This has been aimed at promoting the employability of the program participants.

We delivered a total of 69 lectures on the use of mobile phones and 175 courses on the use of several applications and social networks. Participants have discovered these devices can be adapted to their needs and preferences and used for many different purposes such as security, health, social participation, accessing the Internet and the world around them, and, particularly, for being in contact with their family and friends.

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2.3. La Ruta

2.4. Espai La Coma

How we make an impact:

How we make an impact:

Almost 3 out of every 10 Spaniards, 28.6% of the population, are at risk of social exclusion, according to the National Institute of Statistics (INE). In the Region of Valencia, 32.9% of the population is at risk of poverty. This is why Jovesolides supports the employability of socially excluded people—or people at risk of social exclusion—in the Region of Valencia through this program. La Ruta has been developed through innovative methodologies aimed at motivating participants both at a personal and a professional level.

We promote the coexistence of different cultures and the empowerment of individual and collective identities. We do this by means of training in ICT tools, using innovative methodologies that facilitate learning.

81 persons

74% women

21% men

How we have achieved this: Through a program of work itineraries aimed at building empowering the participants and building their skills. These courses have been delivered in Paterna, Meliana and the Islamic Cultural Center of Valencia. The situation of each participant has been individually studied to draw up a personalized action plan. In addition to this, participants have benefited from a coaching service aimed at developing their professional profiles. 18

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2 876 persons

55% women

45% men

How we have achieved this: By means of thirteen training courses on different topics, that have been taught using ICT tools: courses on job search, digital literacy, English, ICT space facilitating, and associative empowerment for migrant women. We have also been working for the attainment of the aforementioned objectives by participating in several meetings with individuals and organizations that interact in the neighbourhood of La Coma.


2.5. Internet Segura

2.6. T-Incluye

How we make an impact:

How we make an impact:

We promote a safe and healthy use of the internet and social networks by means of digital educational activities for minors and their families. This is done through classroom activities focused on information and communication aimed at raising awareness, using innovative and creative techniques which stimulate dialogue and promote a safe approach to the internet and social networks.

We aim to increase social participation. This year our work was particularly focused on university students. Our ultimate goal was to present volunteering as a way of life, and thus stimulate their commitment with the most vulnerable population groups.

197 persons

59,8% women

40,2% men

16 persons

68,7% women

31,3% men

How we have achieved this:

How we have achieved this:

Through an educational program focused on the school and family environment in which teachers, educators, parents, and children are trained on adequate and safe ways of using the internet. We have also carried out a small-scale but revealing experiment with students from IES Vicent AndrĂŠs EstellĂŠs, a secondary school in Burjassot. The goal of this study was to identify the level of dependence of young people on their mobile phones in their daily life. You can see the results of the experiment here: http://bit.ly/Lanomofobiaenadolescentes.

By means of training aimed at preparing young people for voluntary work, by talking about its importance, the different types of volunteering, and ways of communicating their work as a volunteers so that it has greater visibility in our environment. In addition to this, we have also delivered several lectures at universities to provide information and raise awareness on the subject.

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R O F N O I T A C U D 3. E DEVELOPMENT

It fills me with the inability of not knowing how to do more to solve the crisis that affects people who seek refuge.

In this area of work, our aim is to promote commitment and youth leadership in solidary actions focused on the most disadvantaged peoples and social groups. In order to achieve this we have managed two programs and have collaborated as partners in a European project.

Pau Castelló Participant in lab dreaming

790 Persons Our challenges • Youth leadership. • Eradicating prejudices using the SDG. • Social integration of refugees.

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50,5% Women 40,5% Men

Region of Valencia, Egypt, Jordan, Italy, Greece, Macedonia, Morocco, Sweden, Lebanon, Poland, Estonia, France and Germany.

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3.1. La Caja How we make an impact: We show young people of the Region of Valencia other realities using the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), and work for the elimination of prejudices and the promotion of youth social action in relation to the SDG. All this is done by means of social innovation tools.

231 persons

50,21% women

49,79% men

How we have achieved this: The main goal of the project is addressed using the Creative Solutions to Social Problems (CSSP) methodology, designed and tested by Jovesolides, which is now being used for classroom interventions in the schools that are implementing ÂŤLa CajaÂť. In addition to this, at the end of the project there was a meeting between young people, teachers and political authorities. 120 youngsters, from 9 schools in the Region of Valencian participated in the project. The aim of the event was to create a space for reflection and development of ideas in order to find solutions to social problems and promote youth participation.

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3.2. Dreaming Out Loud How we make an impact: With this project we want to generate a culture of peace, as well as to favour the social integration of refugees. We do this by informing and raising awareness among youth, and also by various activities to attract people’s attention and raise awareness and empathy towards the severe crisis of refugees.

542 persons

50% women

50% men

How we have achieved this: In this project, which has included 8 social organisations from 7 different countries, we have been working on the development of campaigns against hate speech. At the end of the project, all participating countries have created a campaign to promote a more inclusive Europe. Specifically, in 2017 we organised an international meeting for professionals in the field of youth to explain the Creative Solutions to Social Problems (CSSP) methodology, and show how this methodology could be replicated in other countries. Subsequently, a total of eight laboratories have been carried out with young people. Thanks to this training the participants have produced eight short films against hate speech which can be viewed here: http://bit.do/ dreamingoutloud-videos

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3.3. Welcomers How we make an impact: By means of awareness-rising among European youth regarding the humanitarian crisis that affects refugees. We promote the construction of a more tolerant and inclusive European society through a series of social communication activities. We work to break stereotypes and social prejudices against refugees by strengthening the skills of youth technical staff.

17 persons

70,05% women

29,95% men

How we have achieved this: Through an international meeting with all partner organizations, which included youth associations from six countries (Germany, Italy, Estonia, France, Cyprus and Spain). Our work focuses on exchanges, intercultural dialogue, the active participation of youth in the development of positive messages, and on proposals to involve local administrations in the promotion of tolerant attitudes at a local level.

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4. SOCIAL P I H S R U E N E R P ENTRE

Social entrepreneurship contributes in a very important way to the generation of new employment niches.

In this area, we foster the creativity and leadership of young people. Our ultimate goal is to show them that social entrepreneurship is aimed at generating initiatives with a positive social impact on our environment to benefit all people.

Gorka Espiau Speaker at the InnovaT conference

179 Persons Our challenges • Youth leadership. • Generating initiatives with a positive social impact. • Improving the employability and social commitment of the younger generation as well as their social commitment. 24

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60% Women

Spain, Italy, Bulgaria, Greece, Romania, Slovakia and Lithuania.

40% Men

1 project


4.1. YounGO How we make an impact: We present innovative work methodologies to benefit European youth by generating strategies among social entities, universities and organizations. Our ultimate goal is to inform young people about social entrepreneurship and facilitate their access to quality employment or self-employment.

179 persons

60% women

40% men

How we have achieved this: In 2017 we carried out social entrepreneurship laboratories in Greece, Romania, Slovakia and Lithuania. There was also an international meeting between all the partners of the project for stocktaking before the end of the project and learning about social entrepreneurship experiences in the city of Valencia.

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5. SOCIAL INNOVATION

Social innovation in public administrations seems like a key to me, and innovation of a technological nature is still necessary for the productive sector, also in the social sphere.

In Jovesolides we keep looking for new, more creative and constructive ways of thinking and doing things. Our greatest concern is to find solutions to social problems.

María Elisa Bernal Speaker at the III Forum of Social Innovation

1 434 Persons Our challenges • Youth leadership. • Activating social commitment. • Generating initiatives with a positive social impact.

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60% Women

Valencia, Madrid, Portugal and Slovakia.

40% Men

3 projects


5.1. InnovaT How we make an impact: This collaborative project, started in 2016 and finalised this year, was aimed at strengthening the capacities and competencies of 8 social and academic organizations working in the field of youth.

1 259 persons

60% women

40% men

How we have achieved this: In 2017 we carried out two social entrepreneurship laboratories in Portugal and Slovakia. We also created a MOOC. Almost 1,000 youngsters from 26 countries have participated in this training course on social entrepreneurship. We also published a study on social entrepreneurship in Europe and Latin America. You can access the results of the research here: http://bit.ly/ Elemprendimientosocial. In addition to this, the organization of the 3rd Social Innovation Forum was also a part of this project.

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5.2. Presentation of Factor 5 to social and educational entities How we make an impact: In 2017 we presented our latest innovative methodology, Factor 5, based on gamification to social and educational entities. This methodology offers the possibility of solving specific social problems using game techniques.

175 persons

60% women

40% men

How we have achieved this: This year we have delivered a training course on Factor 5, a practical and effective tool that favours the generation of ideas with a clear social perspective, at Casa San Ignacio (Madrid). The aim of this workshop was to find solutions to youth unemployment in the neighbourhood of Ventanilla in the city of Madrid. We also took Factor 5 to the XVII Meeting of the Spanish network of the Anna Lindh Foundation, held in Barcelona, and to the Faculty of Geography and Environment of the University of Valencia. In 2017 Jovesolides also presented Factor 5 in the 1st Social Innovation Forum, held in Gran Canaria, and in the Monterrey Forum, held in Mexico.

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5.3. 3rd Social Innovation Forum 2017 was the year of the consolidation of a unique event, the International Social Innovation Forum. This year we celebrated the third edition of a forum aimed at showing the latest trends in innovation and social entrepreneurship, facilitating contact between participants, and to favouring collective inspiration. The Forum, which took place 30th and 31st March 2017 in the Polytechnic City of Innovation in Valencia, turned the city of the river Turia into the “world’s centre of social innovation”. Under the motto “Discover, share and reinvent”, 50 international experts and more than 300 people from the business world, academia, public administrations and the third sector gathered at the Forum. In this third edition, the Forum has had participants from 18 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America, who gathered to share knowledge and experiences in entrepreneurship and social innovation. This year’s presentations were delivered by María Elisa Bernal, who spoke about social innovation and public policies; Carlo Ratti, who gave us insights into how to solve some of the greatest problems in modern cities; María Almazán, who told us how she discovered she could produce fashion in a way that is both sustainable and profitable; the Road4world family, who shared their experiences travelling around the world while generating a social impact; Laura Gonzalvo (Batec Mobility), who spoke about social innovation and functional diversity; Yolanda Domínguez, who explained how art can contribute to social change; Javier Albarracín, who addressed the usefulness of digital social innovation in the Mediterranean; and Sophia Looney, who shared with us how she attained mass participation for the construction of resilient neighbourhoods. In addition to this, the third edition of the Forum had a Speed networking session, in which 22 social start-ups presented their projects to the participants. Some time was also devoted to experimentation in the Gigalab, a space in which Jovesolides launched its latest methodology, Factor 5, based on gamification. For further information on the III International Forum of Social Innovation, please follow this link: http://bit.ly/IIIForodeInnovacionsocial.

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N O I T A P I PARTIC S K R O IN NETW

This 2017 we consolidated our participation in different networks. Jovesolides is part of: the Valencian DNGO Coordinator (CVONGD), the Volunteer Platform of the Region of Valencia (PVCV), the Spanish Network of the Anna Lindh Foundation, of the European Anti-Poverty

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Network in the Region of Valencia (we joined it in 2017), of the Jovesolides Network, and of the Neighbourhood Association of La Coma. Here are some of the activities which were carried out this year:


Executive Committee of the Spanish Network of the Anna Lindh Foundation

In 2017 the manager of Jovesolides, Boutaina El Hadri, participated in several meetings of the Executive Committee of the Spanish Network of the Anna Lindh Foundation, of which Jovesolides is also a member.

Jovesolides joined the European AntiPoverty Network in the in the Region of Valencia

At the beginning of March, Jovesolides officially joined EAPN CV-Xarxa per la Inclusiรณ. The main goal of this network is to improve the collaboration of non-profit organizations in the struggle against poverty and promote the social inclusion of the more vulnerable groups and individuals.

Meeting of the Jovesolides Network

At the beginning of April, after the third edition of the International Social Innovation Forum, the members of the Jovesolides Network had a meeting to revise the priorities and new collaborative strategies of the network composed of Jovesolides Colombia, Jovesolides Nicaragua, Jovesolides El Salvador and Jovesolides Spain.

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Collaboration with AeiouLuz

In February, Jovesolides signed a collaboration agreement with the Valencian AeiouLuz cooperative. The main objective of this agreement is to establish a link between these two entities which share a common interest in helping groups at risk of social exclusion. Jovesolides will contribute with its experience in combating the digital divide and its knowledge in the field of social innovation, while AeiouLuz will provide its expertise in ways of building a fairer energy model.


Signature of an agreement with the Polytechnic University of Valencia In April, Jovesolides signed a collaboration agreement with the Polytechnic University of Valencia. The main goals of this agreement were to promote university voluntary work committed to helping the population at risk of social exclusion, and to promote academic-based social innovation.

Municipal Social Welfare Council

In May Jovesolides joined the Municipal Social Welfare Council of Paterna. This is a space where the Council meets other social entities to work on a Master Plan.

Signature of an agreement with the University of Valencia

Plenary meeting of CJCV members

In June Jovesolides signed a collaboration agreement with the University of Valencia. The aim of this agreement is to enable students of Social Education to do their degree internships in the organization.

Jovesolides became a collaborator of the Youth Council of the Region of Valencia. This is a way of collaborating with the promotion of citizenship and encouraging the participation of young people in the transformation of society.

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Jovesolides in the social innovation experts workshop Cátedra Ciudad de Valencia In January, Lourdes Mirón, president of Jovesolides, participated in this focus group that addressed the concept of social innovation and its contribution to social work. The aim of this focus group is to reflect and generate proposals on the role of social innovation in the strategic development of the city.

Participation in the “Ideas lab”, organized by the Spanish National Agency (ANE) Our organization participates in this kind of initiatives in order to strengthen alliances with European organizations focused on similar issues. These meetings also allow Jovesolides to learn from different experiences.

Jaume I University International Conference on the Elderly and New Technologies In May, Jovesolides presented “Mayores Movilizados”, a program carried out in collaboration with Fundación Vodafone España, in the 5th International Conference on the elderly and New Technologies was organized by the Jaume I University in Castellón.

“Gran Joc Solidari” Fair and “Gran Fira” of Paterna During the month of May the association participated actively in these two fairs. In both events the staff of Jovesolides presented information about the organization, its projects and its various initiatives, thus promoting a direct dialogue with citizens.

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“Incubator of agrifood companies” focus group In June, Jovesolides participated in the working group that created Agro-Lab, an incubator of agro-food companies. The aim of this project is to favour collaboration between companies willing to develop innovative solutions which can contribute to creating a sustainable local food system.

Training for volunteers: good practices for inclusion In this seminar, organized by EAPN, Jovesolides presented the program “E-spai La Coma”, an e-inclusion project carried out by the entity in the neighbourhood of La Coma. Our staff explained to the other participating organizations how the development of creative solutions to social challenges can be systematized by means of creative methodologies.

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Presentation of the Youth Act Jovesolides attended the presentation of the Youth Act. “One of the most modern legal texts on this matter in Spain, with a priority objective of helping young people develop their own life project.”

Seminar on the “Civic Participation Act”, in Elche Jovesolides participated in this seminar which had the goal of designing a law to respond to the expectations of the associative fabric of the Region of Valencia.


Presentation of the Social Innovation Map of the city of Valencia At the end of June, the organization attended the presentation of the Social Innovation Map of the city of Valencia, organized by Cátedra Ciudad Valencia-INNDEA-Ajuntament de València. The President of Jovesolides, Lourdes Mirón, has played a very active role on our behalf in the creation of this tool. Jovesolides participates in this road map as an entity of the third sector that actively promotes social innovation.

What is social investment? An informative workshop on the state of the art of social investment in Spain Part of the team attended this conference organized by the Polytechnic University of Valencia. The aim of the meeting was to identify the main stakeholders of social investment and their needs, as well as to generate debate between them and public institutions.

Espaitec seminar In July, Jovesolides participated on the third day of the “On Social PARCTEC” project, held at Espaitec and organized by the Jaume I University General Foundation. This third edition focused on the financing and mentoring models available to boost social innovation through social entrepreneurship.

1st European Voluntary Service (EVS) entities meeting in Alicante Jovesolides participated in this gathering with other entities which also receive European volunteers. The objective of this meeting was to evaluate and discuss their experiences in order to learn and improve.

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Seminar on social innovation and urban crisis In January 2017 part of Jovesolides staff attended this seminar organized by the Cátedra Ciudad de Valencia of the University of Valencia. The event prompted a reflection on innovative processes and their contribution to local urban development, as well as the presentation of new initiatives.

Training on the active management of energy efficiency In February the staff of Jovesolides received a brief but eminently practical training course delivered by AeiouLuz. The course was focused on learning alternative ways of reducing the use of energy and its

derived expenditure at home, and adopting a “smart use of energy”.

Training of the staff and volunteers for the III International Social Innovation Forum In March, in the weeks leading up to the celebration of the third edition of the forum, several training sessions were held to prepare all the people who were to participate as volunteers in the event. The goal was to organise the forum effectively and to make it a satisfactory experience for the team of volunteers.

Training of the staff on gamification After designing the Factor 5 methodology, the staff of

Jovesolides delivered a practical workshop with Be Prisma. The main goal of this workshop was to present the latest adjustments in the methodology, in order to implement them in its launching at the III International Social Innovation Forum. In this workshop the technical staff and the volunteers of Jovesolides put the game into practice.

10th Annual Conference of the Institute for Social Innovation The president of Jovesolides, Lourdes Mirón, attended this annual conference. The title of the 2017 edition was “Designing the future: how to solve complex social challenges”, and its goal was to reflect and discuss current issues in the field of social innovation, corporate social responsibility, social enterprises and

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the non-profit sector.

Regional Seminar on the Participation of People at Risk of Poverty and/or Exclusion “Fundamental Rights and Social Inclusion in the European Union� Jovesolides attended this meeting, organized by EAPN CV, which included a hundred participants, members of twenty-three different social organizations and users of their programs. Participants had the opportunity of expressing their concerns

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and presenting their proposals to the Vice President of the Valencian Regional Government.

Team building retreat/work on the Strategic Plan In July the staff of Jovesolides had one of their traditional retreats. In it the team worked on the strategic plan of Jovesolides and approached the different goals of the entity in a creative way.


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PUBLIC FUNDS

ECO REPORT

AUTONOMIC 37,47%

NATIONAL, LOCAL AND OTHER 15,05%

SOURCE OF OUR INCOME PRIVATE FUNDS 11,07%

OWN FUNDS 5,28% PUBLIC FUNDS 83,64%

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ALLOCATION OF OUR FUNDS HR 44,76%

ADMINISTRATION 0,54%

PRIVATE FUNDS PROVISION OF SERVICES 31,11% PARTNERS FEE 1,17% PROGRAMS 54,7% RSC 67,72%

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S T N E M G D E L W ACKNO As every year, we want to thank everybody who has supported our efforts, the people who have contributed with their dedication, their commitment and their willingness to be a part of the Jovesolides team. We would particularly like to highlight the work of our volunteers, who have been an essential support to the achievement of our goals. We also want to thank, of course, our collaborators and sponsors, the social entities and administrations that support us in this process of collective construction of social change. Thanks to everyone for joining us on this path, as all we need to move forward is your participation, creativity and passion!

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JOVESOLIDES REPORT 2017  

On the pages that follow we will present a summary of the activities of Jovesolides in 2017. This year our new website was launched, with a...

JOVESOLIDES REPORT 2017  

On the pages that follow we will present a summary of the activities of Jovesolides in 2017. This year our new website was launched, with a...

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