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CIVIL SOCIETY – WHAT, WHY AND HOW?. Olav Aarna Riigikogu Committee for Cultural Affairs. CIVIL SOCITY – WHAT?. Strong private sector. Active nonprofit sector. Reasonable Public sector. EST ONIAN EDUCATIONAL S C ENARI OS 2015. ESTONIA OF MARKET EDUCATION AND ELITE SCHOOLS.

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CIVIL SOCIETY – WHAT, WHY AND HOW?

Olav Aarna

Riigikogu

Committee for Cultural Affairs


CIVIL SOCITY – WHAT?

Strong

private

sector

Active

nonprofit

sector

Reasonable

Public

sector


ESTONIANEDUCATIONAL SCENARIOS 2015

ESTONIA OF

MARKET

EDUCATION AND

ELITE SCHOOLS

High

innovation

capacity

LEARNING

ESTONIA

ESTONIA OF

CONSTANTLY

STARTING

EDUCATIONAL

REFORMS

ESTONIA OF

NATIONAL

SCHOOLS

Low

innovation

capacity

Low cohesion

High cohesion


CIVIL SOCIETY – WHY?

  • Sustainable development

  • Towards knowledge and innovation based economy and society

  • Social cohesion

  • Innovation capacity

  • Crises of welfare state

  • ...


EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE&ORGANI-ZATIONAL CULTURE

  • Success 80 (90)%depends on emotional intelligence (EQ) and only 20(10%) on rational intelligence (IQ) (D.Goleman)

  • Most reforms concentrate on organizational, administrative and financial matters

  • Promotion of organizational culture and learning organizations

  • Don’t underestimate “soft side”!


EKAK – EVENT vs PROCESS

  • EKAK – internationally recognized acronyme

  • Permanent involvement of parliament (“champions” among politicians)

  • Institutionalized support structure

  • EKAK support group & monitoring committee

  • EKAK public hearing (event vs process)

  • Learning by doing!


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