International Area

This section includes the initiatives related to the internationalization macro-area such as travels abroad, international exchanges and communities of practice.

Learning experiences abroad help the participants to consider the approaches followed in foreign countries and then compare them with those adopted in their work context. Parallel to the visits, international exchange events are organized linked to the ongoing developments in the various European realities. Finally, the innovative phenomenon of communities of practice informally involves key actors around common working practices, involving knowledge, aims and languages.

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Public-private models of governance: co-production and co-creation for a new vision of public services and the territory

Public-private models of governance: co-production and co-creation for a new vision of public services and the territory

 

As part of a more general reflection on changes in the models of regulation and the provision of public services through shared management between public and private, thanks also to international testimonies, both theoretical and more practical aspects innovation challenges were addressed, increasingly necessary, in the offer of services that respond to the multiple and complex needs of the territories.

For this very reason, the work during the day focused on specific areas, although attention will also be given to multi-sectoral aspects, typically inherent in these innovative approaches.

 

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