What is ACADEMY?
ACADEMY is a research-action program dedicated to the valorisation of the Moroccan SI experience
We promote and maintain knowledge and standards of SI and disseminate them to practitioners and decision-makers of all kinds.
By capitalising on social impact models from here and elsewhere, Morocco will be able to accelerate its own experience of social innovation.
OUR SCIENTIFIC TOOLS
SI Morocco Report
An annual in-depth analysis of the trends and progress of the SI ecosystem and practice in Morocco.
A complete suite of tools to support practitioners in their search for sustainable social impact.
Inspiring stories of social innovators dealing with the most complex social needs on a daily basis.
Report on the state of social innovation in Morocco
Published biannually (and progressively annually), this report provides in-depth and up-to-date analyses of social issues, the dynamics of the ecosystem’s actors and the underlying trends of the Moroccan innovation movement. Thanks to accurate data, it provides decision-makers with the in-depth knowledge needed to define better policies and better direct resource mobilisation towards investments with a high social impact.
Toolkit for social innovation actors
This series of annual publications in the form of practical guides and manuals will be aimed at social innovation practitioners and support structures, and will help social innovators to master best practices in social innovation in their actions. The toolkit will ensure that it addresses all the needs related to setting up, running and evaluating the impact of social innovations as well as the ingredients for an effective ecosystem.
Moroccan case studies
In an effort to highlight inspiring social innovation cases (through their successes and failures) and to celebrate social innovators whose voices are heard by aspiring social innovators, we are identifying and disseminating cases that we believe are representative of the country’s capacity to innovate socially and that could be of great inspiration to stakeholders. Extremely encouraging, these cases demonstrate how across the kingdom, in regions with different situations, social needs emerge and give rise to a response from local actors, well anchored territorially.