Social design definition

social design
(ˈsəʊʃəl dɪˈzaɪn)

Used  to describe particular approaches to social innovation. It is meant to empower people at local level to invent together solutions to economic and social problems.
It contributes to offer new values to guide public administrations’ actions through collaborative working, experimentations and prototyping.

Source: European Commission (2013) Guide to Social Innovation, p. 7

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