Small bilateral initiative of NGO Club for public and civic activity, Razgrad

Bilateral initiative facts

NGO "Club for public and civic activity"(BG)
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Study tour
Workshop or seminar
CBNRM Networking(NO)
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Getting to know good practices of interaction between the public, civil and business. The cooperation will strengthen the exchange of experience, knowledge, technology and innovative models through the creation of an e-portal. Prepare an analysis and discuss the deficits of the local community with the partner organization. A public forum will be held, after which a comprehensive concept of change and innovation transfer in public relations will be developed. In Razgrad, NGOs, youth clubs, public authorities, business and media will be included in the debate. In the process of cooperation, an

Summary of the results

Within the framework of the visit to Kristiansand, Norway, meetings of the Bulgarian delegation were held with the dean of the largest business school at Agder University, with the chairman of the local Chamber of Commerce and Industry and with the deputy mayor of the municipality, and good practices of public interaction were discussed and the civil sector with business. The visit to Norway was promoted through the website of the regional administration in Razgrad and the local media. A newsletter was developed with a presentation of the project and the local institutions, organizations and business representatives who expressed interest in cooperation.
For their part, representatives of the Norwegian partners visited Razgrad and held a series of meetings, including training for representatives of the local community on the topic of strategic planning and sustainability at the local level in the framework of a public debate "Transformation of public relations and tools for sustainable community development ". An expert team of representatives of the public, civil and business sectors was formed to prepare a plan for interaction and partnership between Kristiansand and Razgrad. A portal for local initiatives has been created.
30 people took part in the initiative - 26 from Bulgaria and four from Norway.

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