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edizione 2015 25, 26, 27 Marzo Università Bocconi - Milano
 
Filippo Addarii

Filippo Addarii

Director International Strategy Young Foundation, Co-founder SmallWorldLabs

The Young Foundation

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Biografia

Filippo’s ambition is to reform Europe, through the power of networks, to fulfil its mission of global peace, prosperity and justice. He’s the Director of International Strategy and Head of EuropeLab at The Young Foundation (UK), and senior research associate at the Global Climate Forum, the Berlin-based research center for sustainable development. He is a Director of the impact investment fund Hub Launchpad (UK), in the French Movement of Social Entrepreneurs (Mouves), and Nethical s.r.l. Italian company leader in e-healthcare. He’s also a fellow in the European Center for Living Technologies (University Ca’ Foscari, Venice), Counterpoint (London), senior associate at Agirre Center for Social and Political Studies (Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain), and Goodwill Ambassador of Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund and World NGO Day Initiative. He’s a fellow of BMW Foundation Responsible Leaders (Germany) and a member of the advisory board at Impronta Etica. He’s a member of the Italian Government’s expert group on social entrepreneurship and the Italian government advisory group that supports the G8′s Social Impact Investment Taskforce. He is also part of the European Commission Expert Group on an Integrated Concept for Strategic Foresight, and a member of the European Commissions Strategic Policy Forum on Digital Entrepreneurship. He also co- authored Naples 2.0: a Social Innovation Competition. He has 12 years’ experience in designing, fundraising for and managing European multi-stakeholder projects for socio-economic development through innovative approaches and civic engagement in the EU and worldwide. He was a founder of and led GlobaLab (2001 – 2004) and Euclid Network, the European network of civil society leaders and social entrepreneurs (2007 – 13). He also worked for Art for the World (1998 – 2001), Feltrinelli Foundation (2004 – 05) and ACEVO- British Association of Charity Leaders (2004 – 07). He’s got a degree in Philosophy at University of Bologna, a MSc in non-profit management at the University of Urbino, a Leonardo bursary for research at Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, and enrolled in executive education courses at Harvard (Kennedy School), INSEAD (ISEP) and Cass Business School (Center for Charity Effectiveness). He’s a passionate activist in social media and contributor in various media such as The Guardian – Social Entrepreneur Network, and Vita Third Sector Magazine.