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Co-VAL’s 5th Plenary Meeting & 3rd Stakeholder Panel Meeting will take place in Sardinia, September 25-27, 2019

Co-VAL > Blog > News > Co-VAL’s 5th Plenary Meeting & 3rd Stakeholder Panel Meeting will take place in Sardinia, September 25-27, 2019

From the 25th to the 27th of September 2019, the Co-VAL consortium will carry out the 5th Plenary Meeting and the 3rd Stakeholder Panel Meeting in Cagliari, Sardinia.

The Plenary Meeting will take place from the 25th to the 26th of September 2019, hosted by the Lisbon Council. On the 27th of September, the Stakeholders Panel Meeting will take place during the whole day. More than 50 participants, consortium partner representatives and members of Co-VAL’s stakeholder panel, coming from the academia, public policy, and public administration fields will attend the meeting.

We are very honoured that the President of Sardinia, Mr. Christian Solinas, will greet Co-VAL’s partners and stakeholder panel members on the 27th of September and that two members of the Regional Council of Sardinia will attend Co-VAL’s panel meeting to learn about the latest developments around value co-creation in the public sector.

Day 1 & 2 | September 25th – 26th

During the plenary meeting, Co-VAL partners will discuss the project progress so far; ensure that partner responsibilities, activities, and tasks outputs are aligned; review the time plan and delivery in due time of the planned deliverables; and determine key priorities as the project soon enters its third year.

Day 3 | September 27th

The Stakeholder Panel meeting will take place on Friday. Work package leaders will present a selection of the most interesting and insightful case studies from Co-VAL, followed by a discussion based on the World Café method. In the second part of the meeting, members of Co-VAL’s stakeholders panel will in turn present their own experiences of co-creation in the public sector, followed again by a World Café discussion.

The stakeholders presenting selected case studies represent public sector and civil society organisations across Europe active in the areas of public service design and value co-creation, including the Austrian Federal Computing Centre (Austria), Urban Connectors (Belgium), the European Network of Living Labs –ENoLL- (Belgium), STOPtheBureaucracy (Slovenia), the Ministry of Territorial Policy and Public Function (Spain), the Andalucía Public Administration Institute (Spain), and the Norwegian association of local and regional authorities (Norway).

The panel meeting will close with a co-design workshop on policy recommendations for co-creation, moderated by Francesco Mureddu, Associate Director at the Lisbon Council.

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