Kaleidos Board of Trustees aimed only at members of


Institutional Opening of the Congress

12.00 - 13.30

Alana Moceri, Professor at the European University, International Policy Analyst and specialist in Grassroots, Communities that organize themselves to influence decision-making.

“You have already convinced me; now go out and make me do it” (Franklin D. Roosvelt)

14.00 - 15.30


15.30 - 17.30

Plenary session

Presentation of the three Kaleidos Local Management Guidelines

How to facilitate the New Economy at the municipal level. In collaboration with New Economy and Social Innovation Forum (NESI)
Diego Isabel La Moneda, Director of New Economy and Social Innovation Forum.
Iván del Caz, Trainer in strategy for the common good, new economies and ethical branding.

How to generate inclusive participation ecosystems from the perspective of cultural diversity. In collaboration with Red Española de Ciudades Interculturales.(RECI)
Gemma Pinyol, Coordinator of RECI, associate researcher GRITIM-UPF

How to incorporate the new technological platforms as tools for citizen involvement in decision-making at the local level.  In collaboration with Novagob. 
Encarna Hernández
, Project manager of Novagob

17.30 - 18.15

Networking coffee break

18.15 - 19.30

TRANSFERS (in three rooms simultaneously)

From the perspective of art. Teatro García Lorca

Improbable connections, how to incorporate creativity into strategy and organization.

Methodology recognised by the European Union as a Good Practice for Developing Entrepreneurship and the Promotion of Innovation 2018. Presentation-Workshop led by  Roberto Gómez de la Iglesia

From the perspective of business. Espacio Mercado

How to measure social impact

Silverio Agea, General Manager of Asociación Española de Fundaciones

Antón Jauregui, Operations Director of La Bolsa Social

Javier Goikoetxea Seminario, Expert in positive impact metrics and Auditor Economy of the Common Good

From the perspective of www. Casa de la Mujer

Round table The social use of technology. Experiences of cyber-activism Social agents as levers of change.
Yolanda Rueda, Director of Cibervoluntarios, Journalism against the fake news.
Stéphane M. Grueso, responsible for the educational strategy and media literacy of, Iberoamerican Blockchain Community.
Alex Preukschat, founding member.


Municipal Reception (social agenda)


9.30 - 10.30

What is citizens’ initiative? What forms can it take? How can citizens use it to influence decisions? European case studies

Yanina Welp, Co-Director of the Latin American Center Zurich at the University of Zurich.

Fernando Pindado, General Secretary of the International Observatory on Participatory Democracy

10.30 - 12.00

Plenary session, European Experiences

From Nantes, Maison de l’Europe project, connecting citizens with the European Commission: The need to establish adapted methods of participation and (re)define technical competences, Boris Meggiorin, Managing Director at Europe Direct Nantes – Maison de l’Europe

From Bologna, Porto 15, First cohousing model promoted by the City Council. Silvia Calastri, Social Housing Coordinator for Bologna City Council.

From Estonia, E-Estonia, How to Build the Most Advanced Digital Society on the Planet. Rasmus Lumi, Ambassador of Estonia

12.00 - 12.30

Coffee break

12.30 - 14.00

Citizen Challenges from the perspective of Governance Labs. Scales:

Local, Madrid, Collective Intelligence for Participatory Democracy Lab.

Regional, Open Government Partnership Euskadi: Accountability; Open Data; I Participation Lab; Citizenship School Model; Integrity system.

Nacional, Government Laboratory of Chile, A laboratory for public innovation as a State policy

14. 00 - 15.30


15.30 - 17.00

Presentation of 12 experiences in citizen participation and community strengthening. This presentation will be held in three rooms simultaneously, with three experiences per room.

17.00 - 17.45

Coffee break

17.45 - 19.00

TRANSFERS (in three rooms simultaneously)

From the consumer perspective. Espacio Mercado

Round table: What is ethical and collaborative consumption? What are the opportunities and impacts for our communities?

Amaya Apesteguía, Director of Collaborative Consumption at the Organization of consumers and users (OCU) . Member of the United Nations Multistakeholder Advisory Team ODS

Carmen Valor, Director of the research group on sustainable consumption of ICADE

Carlos Trias Pinto, Vice President of the Internal Market, Production and Consumption Section. European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)

Transfers from social entrepreneurship. Teatro García Lorca

How to generate community from social entrepreneurship

Kenny Clewett, Director of the Hello Europe Project, accelerator of solutions and good practices in immigration matters

Isabelle Mamadou, Coordinator of the UN Program International Decade for people of African descent

From the perspective of education. Casa de la Mujer

What mechanisms activate mass cooperation?

Juan Carlos Casco, specialist in the implementation and development of policies and programmes for education, entrepreneurship, leadership, strategic planning for governments.

Rosa Jiménez Pereda, Director of the La Escalera Project, Research Project on how we live in Community

Speaker to be confirmed*


Social Agenda


9.30 - 11.30


The constructed city v the experienced city Intermediate stages between indifference and community ties

Joan Subirats, Professor of political science, specialist in public management and policy analysis.

Roberto San Salvador del Valle, Director of Deusto Cities Lab Katedra

Begoña Román, PhD in Philosophy. Specialist in applied ethics and ethical criteria in Urban Planning

Stefand Junestrand, Dr. Architect, expert in smart cities and sustainability

11.30 - 12.00

Coffee break


And now that? Proposals for Kaleidos lines of action for the 2019-2023 cycle


Closing Presentation

How do people generate systemic changes?

Antonella Broglia, Expert in Social Entrepreneurship and Citizen Innovation, Collaborator on the Television Programme “Para todos la 2”. Actress at