URBACT National Training Scheme - SEMINAR 1 Malmö, May 29-30. Trainers: Robert Arnkil (Fi) & Ulf Hägglund (Swe) Coordinator: Bertil Nilsson, NDP Sweden (Malmö). OPENING. Welcome by the host institution. Get to know each other. Objectives for the seminar.
Trainers: Robert Arnkil (Fi) & Ulf Hägglund (Swe)
Coordinator: Bertil Nilsson, NDP Sweden (Malmö)
(jointly financed by ERDF and the Member States – budget 69 M€ )
To promote integrated & sustainable urban development in EU cities
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2008: 19 thematic networks & 7 working groups (completed)
2010: 9 thematic networks (completed)
2013: 15 thematic networks (starting implementation phase)
20 metropolitan areas but predominance of small/medium size
15 regional authorities
13 Universities/ research centers
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THE URBACT METHOD
SETTING UP YOUR ULSG – Food for thought
How do youbuild trust?
How do youdeliver effective meetings?
Whatis in your communication plan ?
GETTING RESULTS – THE LOCAL ACTION PLAN
Food for thought
How do youmake sure your action plan takesintoaccount the initial policycontext (existingpolicies, strategies, etc.)?
What are the key components of your Local Action Plan ?
You are here because you are partner in an URBACT transnational network
ULSG and LAP should be integrated in the transnational exchange and learning activities
Learning/ sharing good practices, innovative solutions, etc. takes place through:
How to maximize the transnational opportunity?
How to ensure appropriate involvement of elected officials?
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Working with your ULSG colleagues, prepare a poster describing your URBACT network
Stakeholders are people or organizations, with a vested interest in the policy challenge/ problem to be addressed & in the policy/ action plan to be developed and implemented
Why do we need stakeholders?
Start from what already exists, building outwards
Use both online and face to face means
Pay attention to the interests at stake
What are the main issues around stakeholders engagement?
Have you developed efficient ways to address them when setting up your ULSG?
Primary/Secondary: whether the stakeholder is directly affected or not by the policy
Interest/Influence: the stakeholder’s stake in the policy issue, and their actual power to affect policy making/ implementation
3. Governance dimension
> Primary, 2nd…
Cocreation with experiments and prototypes (’old’ and ’new’)
2. Horisontal partner dimension
> Primary, 2nd…
Group exercise onstakeholder analysis
The purpose of the session is to provide ULSG coordinators with the opportunity to:
-exchange on their role/ experience so far
- build up a network for further cooperation and sharing of good practices at national level
ULSG coordinator – Key principles
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… and should be achieved through a participative approach in your ULSG
Problem analysis – Tool “problem tree”
Identifying causes and effects to frame the problem
Group exercise onproblem tree
What are the 3 main operational steps you will undertake in your project when going back home?