New Kaikukortti projects are launched
The Culture for All service launches two new Kaikukortti projects
The project Kaikukanta 2.0 – statistics and feedback systems for promoting inclusion and cultural well-being received a grant of 250,000 euros from the Ministry of Education and Culture for the period 1.1.2022 to 31.12.2023 (discretionary government grants for the recovery of cultural activities and creative industries funded by the European Union – NextGenerationEU).
The Ministry of Social Affairs and Health provided the project Kaikukortti influences – cultural well-being information to practical use with €419, 000 of funding for the period January 1st, 2022 until October 31st, 2024 (grant for promoting health and wellbeing).
The grants will enable the development and utilization of new digital functions for Kaikukortti and take the Kaikukortti to a next level serving its users better. The funding from both the Ministry of Education and Culture as well as the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health makes it possible to utilize the data and statistics on the cultural well-being stored in Kaikukanta database. This information can be used in the planning and management by the social and health care, welfare and health promotion as well as cultural sectors.
Kaikukanta 2.0 – statistics and feedback systems for promoting inclusion and cultural well-being
The project focuses on developing Kaikukortti service operations and the Kaikukanta database from the user’s, or cardholder’s, point of view. The goal is to support the inclusion and agency of Kaikukortti clients and create a new web-based tool for tracking and recording one’s own use of Kaikukortti services. In addition, an objective is to enhance knowledge-based leadership within the cultural industry in order to improve the vitality and operating procedures of the cultural industry with the use of new digital tools. The project will also improve communication between cultural services and Kaikukortti clients and create new digital communication tools.
Kaikukortti influences – cultural well-being information to practical use
The project focuses on the development of information-based leadership in the social, health and wellbeing services with the help of Kaikukortti card and Kaikukanta database. The aim is to consolidate the Kaikukortti database system, Kaikukanta, which serves municipalities and wellbeing services counties in the utilization of information related to cultural well-being, and as a tool for evaluation of leadership and management in the social, health and welfare sectors. Therefore, the database supports the interface between actors in municipalities and wellbeing services counties. The aim is to increase the engagement and agency of Kaikukortti users by developing new services, such as a well-being-meter and a search service for a cultural companionship. In addition, a digital Kaikukortti card will be developed alongside the physical Kaikukortti. The project uses co-design methods.