DescriptionCivitas on Air Podcast Series
What defines social innovation? Who can become a social innovator? How many social innovation initiatives are in the UK? How should we shape future social innovators? Why is social innovation not something we can teach in a classroom? Can innovative behaviours impact people’s environmental actions?
According to Prof. Richard Hazenberg, social innovation is how we develop new products, processes, or services in society, which have to be aimed at supporting the disadvantaged and trying to come up with new solutions to existing social problems: education, puberty, etc. We have so many social issues around the world that we need to fix; in some ways, our societal structures are broken, and social innovations are those things that come in and help us to change or improve those social structures.
|Period||30 Nov 2022|
|Held at||Collegium Civitas, Poland|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
- Social Innovation
Documents & Links
Project: Research › HEI
Between Innovative and Habitual Behavior. Evidence from a Study on Sustainability in Greece, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, and the United Kingdom
Research output: Contribution to Journal › Article › peer-review