Difference between revisions of "Local Solidarity Governance"

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Local because these networks, while intersectoral and multistakeholder, are based on territoriality consists of regions, districts and villages."
 
Local because these networks, while intersectoral and multistakeholder, are based on territoriality consists of regions, districts and villages."
 
(http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww2.portoalegre.rs.gov.br%2Fsmgl%2Fdefault.php%3Freg%3D3%26p_secao%3D74&h=QAQF_rAvs)
 
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==Porto Alegre==
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"Local Solidary Governance aims to demonstrate that the city is ready to create alternatives that remove the boundaries imposed by internal inequalities, bringing a leap in the quality of the city’s social management, with its sights on the Sustainable development of its districts, territories and neighbourhoods. The project strives to promote a reformulation of the relationship between public authorities and society and the municipal administration model itself.
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Institutionally, PGSL is seen to be innovative by basing public administration on the following principles: plurality (recognizing that society consists of multiple differences), dialog (contributing towards society becoming a system of connections that are always open and respectful), and consensus (forming a community of projects and pacts for social responsibility for sustainable development).
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Local Solidary Governance aims to demonstrate that the city is ready to create alternatives that remove the boundaries imposed by internal inequalities, bringing a leap in the quality of the city’s social management, with its sights on the Sustainable development of its districts, territories and neighbourhoods."
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(http://policytransfer.metropolis.org/case-studies/local-solidarity-governance-strategies-in-promoting-social-inclusion)
  
 
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Latest revision as of 08:05, 4 January 2015


Description

As defined by Porto Alegre city:

""Governance because based on partnership between the government and society that encourages social participation, leadership and entrepreneurship of citizens and their co-responsibility in the management of public actions.

Solidarity because it is based on cooperation and mutual aid between government institutions and non-governmental and people who are willing to voluntarily participate in the initiative towards the achievement of common objectives of the locality.

Local because these networks, while intersectoral and multistakeholder, are based on territoriality consists of regions, districts and villages." (http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww2.portoalegre.rs.gov.br%2Fsmgl%2Fdefault.php%3Freg%3D3%26p_secao%3D74&h=QAQF_rAvs)


Example

Porto Alegre

"Local Solidary Governance aims to demonstrate that the city is ready to create alternatives that remove the boundaries imposed by internal inequalities, bringing a leap in the quality of the city’s social management, with its sights on the Sustainable development of its districts, territories and neighbourhoods. The project strives to promote a reformulation of the relationship between public authorities and society and the municipal administration model itself.

Institutionally, PGSL is seen to be innovative by basing public administration on the following principles: plurality (recognizing that society consists of multiple differences), dialog (contributing towards society becoming a system of connections that are always open and respectful), and consensus (forming a community of projects and pacts for social responsibility for sustainable development).

Local Solidary Governance aims to demonstrate that the city is ready to create alternatives that remove the boundaries imposed by internal inequalities, bringing a leap in the quality of the city’s social management, with its sights on the Sustainable development of its districts, territories and neighbourhoods." (http://policytransfer.metropolis.org/case-studies/local-solidarity-governance-strategies-in-promoting-social-inclusion)