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Seoul’s Social Economy
- Localization Strategy
The Transformation of Seoul SE Policy: Overview
█ Change of Course:
both the central government and the SMG
Direct
Support...
Social Economy Localization
3
2010 2011
Revision of the Social Enterprise
Promotion Act
-> Political responsibility delega...
Establishment of Supporting Policies for Seoul’s Individual
Autonomous Districts
4
▣ Seoul City is divided into 25
autonom...
Concept Map of Social Economy Localization Policies
5
Vision
Establishing sustainable social economic ecosystems within
au...
Local Social Economic Ecosystems Foundation Project - Outline
6
Background
 Seoul’s social economy acceleration, promotio...
Local Social Economic Ecosystems Foundation Project
-Infrastructure for Local Capacity Building
7
Social economic networks...
Local Social Economic Ecosystems Foundation Project
–Reformation of Urban Industries and Adopting Innovative Models
Re-sys...
Using unused sites in
municipal districts for
Establishing „social economy
clusters‟
▣ 9 districts selected through
three ...
Searching for Local Strategic Businesses – Special Social Economy Zones
The shift from providing services to providing sol...
Special Social Economy Zones – Finding Business Models
11
Localissues
Local
capacities
Processof
finding
agendas
Section
S...
Special Social Economy Zones – Six examples
Seongbuk-gu
Nowon-gu
Seongdong-gu
Gwangjin-gu
Gwanak-gu
Mapo-gu
Established an...
Flow of Social Economy Localization Policies
13
Local Ecosystem
Building
Program
Finding
local issues
•
Reinforcing
local
...
Principles of Localization Policies
14
Reflecting local needs and preparations
(The principle of need-base approach)
 Nec...
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GSEF Asia Policy Dialogue 2015_YoungSik Kim_Korea/GSEF 아시아정책대화, 김영식, 한국

Nov.04.2015, YoungSik Kim (SSEN), Seoul Social Economy Special Zone
2015년 11월 4일, 김영식 (서울사회적경제네트워크), 사회적경제특구사업

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GSEF Asia Policy Dialogue 2015_YoungSik Kim_Korea/GSEF 아시아정책대화, 김영식, 한국

  1. 1. Seoul’s Social Economy - Localization Strategy
  2. 2. The Transformation of Seoul SE Policy: Overview █ Change of Course: both the central government and the SMG Direct Support (wage support) Indirect Support (ecosystem creation)
  3. 3. Social Economy Localization 3 2010 2011 Revision of the Social Enterprise Promotion Act -> Political responsibility delegated from the central government to local governments Establishment of Seoul Social Economy Planning Group (Now Committee) -> Policy basis changed due to the establishment of social economic ecosystems Debate over the localization of the social economy Establishment of foundation for cooperation between social economy groups; Reinforcement of civil-government governance; Stress on promoting shared community resources After 2012 Chosen as a key policy concept due to the development of local social economic ecosystems -> Discovery of local issues, Capacity building of local SE, Promotion of policies that support the vitalization of the local social economy sector
  4. 4. Establishment of Supporting Policies for Seoul’s Individual Autonomous Districts 4 ▣ Seoul City is divided into 25 autonomous districts - Each gu(district) is a local government - Social economy localization policies are designed and executed within these autonomous districts Eunpyeong-gu Gangseo-gu Yangcheon-gu Guro-gu Yeongdeungpo- gu Geumche on-gu Gwanak-gu Dongjak-gu Seocho-gu Gangnam-gu Songpa-gu Gangdong-gu Gwangjin-gu Jungnang-gu Nowon-gu Dobong-gu Gangbuk-gu Seongbuk-gu Dongdaemun-gu Seongdong-gu Mapo-gu Seodaemun-gu Yongsan-gu Jung-gu Jongno-gu
  5. 5. Concept Map of Social Economy Localization Policies 5 Vision Establishing sustainable social economic ecosystems within autonomous districts Mission Establishingelementsofthe ecosystems Establishingsocialeconomy partieswithinthearea Procuringcapacityforchange Programs Supportingstart-up management Establishingprivatepartnerships Operatingcivilnetworks Establishingspace Supportingpromotionand marketing Stabilizingintermediate supportingorganizations A policy that creates local social economic ecosystems Facilitatingrelatedprograms Promotingsocialeconomy special „social economy zones‟ initiative Goals Establishing Infrastructures Creating asocial economy market Vitalizing cooperation Conductingstrategicprograms
  6. 6. Local Social Economic Ecosystems Foundation Project - Outline 6 Background  Seoul’s social economy acceleration, promotion policies have shifted from direct support methods to methods that establish ecosystems in individual districts  Developing social economic ecosystem models commensurate with autonomous districts’ characteristics and reinforcing local capacities, based on civil-civil, civil-government cooperation Support  Subsidy of approximately 200 million won (roughly USD180,000) every year after Seoul City’s evaluation  One-year contract for each project: can be extended up to two times through evaluation, maximum three years of support Establishment of experimental programs that address local issues and a shared business foundation Civil-civil/civil-government governance Investigation of local resources Establishment of local strategies Promotion of specialized local businesses Expansion of community resources to share 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year Integrated support center in autonomous districts & special social economy zones 2 Years after conclusion Development of local human resources Development of local resources Investigation of local issues Creation of local market • Retraining SE entrepreneurs • Cooperation with Wiki Seoul • Assistance for small civil groups • Cultivation and integration of human/material resources within the districts • Supporting foundation of ‘clusters’ • Promoting foundation of solidarity funds • Development of issues in individual districts • Organization of solidarity facilitating communities for the settlement of local issues • Organization of ‘apartment living coops’ • Mediation of public purchases • Exploration of civil markets, etc Establishment of local governance • Systemization of SE consultative groups in autonomous districts • Organization of civil- government cooperations • Supporting civil societies
  7. 7. Local Social Economic Ecosystems Foundation Project -Infrastructure for Local Capacity Building 7 Social economic networks in autonomous districts (19) Local social economic ecosystem founding businesses (11) Local clusters (9) (Eunpyeong, Seongbuk, Yeongdeungpo, Nowon, Gwanak, Dongjak, Yangcheon, Dobong, Seongdong) Social economy centers in autonomous districts (3) Coop councils in autonomous districts (9) Social economic incubating (18) Community self-sufficiency centers (30) Integrated social economy support centers in autonomous districts (4) Preliminary special social economy zones (6) Oct. 2015 Gangseo-gu Yangcheon-gu Guro-gu Geumche on-gu Yeongdeungpo- gu Dongjak-gu Gwanak-gu Seocho-gu Gangnam-gu Songpa-gu Gangdong-gu Mapo-gu Seodaemun-gu Yongsan-gu Jung-gu Seongdong- gu Gwangjin-gu Jungnang-gu Dongdaemun-gu Seongbuk-gu Nowon-gu Dobong-gu Gangbuk-gu Eunpyeong-gu Jongno-gu
  8. 8. Local Social Economic Ecosystems Foundation Project –Reformation of Urban Industries and Adopting Innovative Models Re-systemization of urban manufacturing Establishment of Geumcheon‟s sewing fashion platform Establishment of Seongdong Sewing Coop • Cooperation with Hanyang Women’s University, fashion technology center • Establishment of social coop for the vitalization of sewing industries Promotion of local innovative businesses Eunpyeong : Empty House (Gong-ga) Project Guro, Geumcheon School Coops • Social housing business • Turned an Empty House to the 1st Share House (‘Gong-Ga Project)(Sept. 2014) • Management of the Eunpyeong-gu Empty House Bank • A few schools opened school coops. • Guro Younglim Middle School • Geumcheon Doksan High School • Gangbuk Samgaksan High School • Gwanak Samsung High School 7
  9. 9. Using unused sites in municipal districts for Establishing „social economy clusters‟ ▣ 9 districts selected through three round of selection process • First: Eunpyeong, Seongbuk, Yeongdeungpo, Gwanak • Second: Nowon, Dongjak, Yangcheon • Third: Seongdong, Dobong Local Social Economic Ecosystems Foundation Project – Expansion of Community Resources Eunpyeong- gu Seongbuk-gu Extended Space 5th Floor 4th Floor 3rd Floor 2nd Floor 1st Floor 6th Floor Prepartation room/storage Office-1 Guest room-1 Seongbuk Social Economy Support Center Seminar room-2 Childcare room Recreation room Childcare room Community hall Lecture room Multi-purpose space Office-4 T3 deco-tiles (wood) Panel heating Noise proof sheet Corridor T24 color double layered T3 deco-tiles (wood) Panel heating Noise proof sheet Multi-purpose hall Corridor Corridor Light weight steel ceiling frame T19 noise absorbing texture Multi-purpose hall for residents‟ self-governing program Occupation space, guest rooms Office space for firms Integrated support office, education space District daycare center Resting space and café, community hall, meeting room 8
  10. 10. Searching for Local Strategic Businesses – Special Social Economy Zones The shift from providing services to providing solutions to local issues!! Establishment of region-based special economy zones Effects Main local issues resolved Living ecosystem established Capacity of SE strengthened Special zone model proliferated Strategies Finance/facilities System improvement Governance Administrative support Targets (Types) Zone-based type (Large living sphere) Neighborhood living type (small living sphere) Industry-based type Tasks Process Areas of Support Specialized regional solution strategy Regional innovation and smart specialization strategy Promotion of local social problem-solving, strategic businesses Expand impact of social economy on civic life Establishment of operation bases and networks Procuring self-sufficiency and sustainability through asset management methods Introduction of strategies connecting, changing region-based businesses and ready markets Special zone TF (Oct. 2014~Feb. 2015) Workshop (Feb. 2015) Special zone foundation strategy (Mar. 2015) Individual regions‟ policy meetings (Finding agendas) (Apr.~Jul.2015) Confirmation of experimental business areas (Sept. 2015) Commenced experimental businesses (1~2 sites) (Oct. 2015~) Public experimental business areas contest (Aug. 2015) 1. Analysis of region’s characteristics and potential 2. Setting governance 3. Setting regions’ future visions 6. Monitoring and assessment 4. Setting order of priority 5. Policy Mix 9
  11. 11. Special Social Economy Zones – Finding Business Models 11 Localissues Local capacities Processof finding agendas Section Specialzone model  Hasthelargestnumberof„NewTowndevelopmentdistricts‟ amongSeoul‟s25autonomousdistricts  Conflictintensifiedamongresidentsduetodevelopmentplan  Hassomeconstructioncapacitysuchaslocalcarpentersand constructionsocialenterprises(e.g.NanumHousing)  Youthsocialenterprisesactive  Civil-governmentcooperativecapacityisrelativelyhigh  OneofNewTownDistricts(Jangwi-dongdistrict13)isselected asexperimentalurbanrestorationbusiness,not „redevelopment‟  Experiencedmultiplecasesofurbanrestorationincluding JangsuVillage,AngelVillage,etc Seongbuk-gu  Establishinganewcorporationsthatwillleadrestorationprojects  Anactivesemi-industrialdistrict,  Ranksthe3rd inSeoulintermsofitsnumberofmanufacturers  Declineofindustries;nowmainlysmallscalesewing,handmade shoesindustries  Advancedskillsoflocaltraders  EstablishmentoftheKoreaFashionSewingSocialCoop  Cooperativecapacityofcivil-governmentinstitutionsexist  Sewingvitalizationprojectheadedbylocalsocialeconomic ecosystemfoundinggroup  Foundeda“fashiontechnologycenter”throughjoint cooperationwithcivil-governmentinstitutionsincludingthe Seongdong-guOfficeandHanyangWomen‟sUniversity Seongdong-gu  EstablishmentofsocialfashionecosysteminSeongdong
  12. 12. Special Social Economy Zones – Six examples Seongbuk-gu Nowon-gu Seongdong-gu Gwangjin-gu Gwanak-gu Mapo-gu Established and managed social service centers that integrate care+food service+culture & art+urban regeneration Promoted social economic zones focusing on local issues (circulation of resources, adolescents, care) Established a “social fashion ecosystem” based on local industrial sites Developed total care service businesses by creating social economic resource clusters within the area Developed a social economic care model within the area with the motto — “Gwanak where children are happy, Gwanak where dreams are made together” Developed culture & arts tourism, experience business models based in areas surrounding Hongik University 11
  13. 13. Flow of Social Economy Localization Policies 13 Local Ecosystem Building Program Finding local issues • Reinforcing local capacities Community Business Incubator Vitalization of Coops Vitalization of local sectors Reinforcement of civil-civil networks and civil-government cooperation • Building ecosystems (talent, market, capital) • Formation of civil sympathy Integration with local community • Monitoring consultation for establishment Monitoring consultation for establishment Specialization of Autonomous Districts Vitalization of businesses Businesses that promote market development Integrated support centers in autonomous districts (Preliminary) Special Social Economy Zone Finding local strategic projects Foundation of Clusters Asset developing strategy Building social economy spaces within autonomous districts Foundation of Clusters ProgramnameAim Program content 2012~2015 2015~ Program name Social Economy Incubator Operation of Clusters AutonomousDistricts SpecializationProject ▣ Integrated support centers in autonomous districts - Supporting integrated planning for the vitalization of social economy in autonomous districts - Providing support by uniting assistance policies from different sectors ▣ Special social economy zones - Finding and settling local issues with social economic methods based on experience acquired in the localization process - Promoting innovative local social economy businesses
  14. 14. Principles of Localization Policies 14 Reflecting local needs and preparations (The principle of need-base approach)  Necessary to focus on reinforcing independent capacity, the core element among ecosystem components (people, capital, markets, knowledge/technology, common platforms, etc)  Exercising caution against impatience due to other political interests Cooperative governance based on autonomous governance (The principle of subsidiarity)  Policy assistance creates a pump effect and promotes principles of self-support and self-governance  Decentralization of power and resources to primarily establish cooperative foundations for autonomous districts Based on an agreement about horizontal partnerships and social duty fulfillment (The principle of reciprocity)  Necessary to fulfill social duties of the entire social economy based on civil reciprocity  Partnerships between various local social groups must be based on horizontal cooperation and mediation Must be accompanied by administrative innovation  A flexible and effective management capacity, accompanied by administrative innovation in administrative departments or budget execution systems, is required during growth periods, when public policies and finance are crucial

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