Veiksmīgākajiem programmas dalībniekiem šī gada 25.-27. jūnijā tika piedāvāta iespēja piedalīties, starptautiskās Ekonomiskās sadarbības un attīstības organizācijas (OECD) mācībās Mančesterā. Labākie programmas dalībnieki tika noteikti vērtējot gan dalībnieka dalību programmā, gan vērtējot piedāvātās IMC stratēģijas atbilstību un orģinalitāti noslēdzot noslēdzot apmācību ciklu.
11th Annual Meeting of the OECD LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Development LOCAL LEADERSHIP FOR INCLUSIVE GROWTH
Manchester, United Kingdom | 24th-26th June 2015
Local policymakers have a critical role to play in developing more resilient and inclusive economies, particularly because they are well-positioned to take a more integrated approach to tackling complex challenges and seizing new opportunities. This requires local partners to collaborate and work closely in innovative ways, whilst also re-examining the relationship between local and national policymakers.
The 11th Annual Meeting of the OECD LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Development brought together local and national leaders, policy makers and practitioners to discuss how inclusive growth can be built from the ground up. They took inspiration from the achievements of Manchester in setting out a shared vision for change, and from the UK government’s endeavour to devolve powers in a way that matches local capacities and aspirations. International participants brought their experience in building coalitions for jobs and growth, and learnt from concrete case studies, site visits and peer-to-peer exchange.
- 3 plenary sessions brought together international leaders on topics to discuss local leadership for inclusive growth, new approaches to local economic development, and growth through people.
- 12 interactive workshops allowed for the opportunity to explore key topics more in-depth, such as global events as catalysts of economic development, scaling up social entrepreneurship, local skills strategies, early years interventions and many more.
- Pre-event activities also offered the opportunity to explore the economic history of Manchester, including through a walking tour of the city.
- Project visits: participants learnt directly from a range of projects based in Manchester and discuss their work with staff and service users.
- Local Initiatives Forum: a networking session where participants could present their work and network with peers from other countries.
- Post-event workshop: The What Works Lab process: developing approaches to increase employer engagement in workplace training.
The 11th Annual Meeting of the OECD LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Development brought together some 250 representatives of local partnerships, government officials, public employment services, local leaders, youth organisations, social entrepreneurs, business representatives, and academics.