Twitter
@CitizensforEu

[Online] Brussels Public Innovation Week

07 December at 12:00 am — 14 December at 12:00 am

Save to Calendar 7-12-2022 12:00 am 14-12-2022 12:00 am [Online] Brussels Public Innovation Week

The first week of public innovation in the heart of Europe

Civic Hall Brussels, TOKVIL Public Innovation Network and Dreamocracy are organizing the second edition of Brussels’ Public Innovation Week (December 07-14, 2022) as part of its mission to support all those committed to better address today’s greatest policy challenges through policy innovation.

With mounting societal challenges, from polarization to lack of trust, from health to climate and rising inequality, Brussel’s Public Innovation Week consists of a series of on- and offline events designed to put public-sector innovators in the limelight.

It brings together large and small events, at the initiative of public managers with the aim of enhancing the innovation capacities of services and public officials and of sharing best practices. Throughout the week, public service bodies and private stakeholders will share thoughts, methods and ideas.

Democratic Resilience – How to accelerate democratic innovation in critical times?

If autocracies tend to make catastrophic decisions, democracies don’t by default make better decisions. In the face of attacks from within and from outside, how can we equip public administration to make democracy smarter and increase the legitimacy of the decisions we make collectively? Join a week of dynamic conversations and be inspired by recent innovations from thought-leaders from Brussels, Belgium, Europe, and beyond.

Dreamocracy stephen.boucher@dreamocracy.eu DD/MM/YYYY 15
Save to Calendar 7-12-2022 12:00 am 14-12-2022 12:00 am [Online] Brussels Public Innovation Week

The first week of public innovation in the heart of Europe

Civic Hall Brussels, TOKVIL Public Innovation Network and Dreamocracy are organizing the second edition of Brussels’ Public Innovation Week (December 07-14, 2022) as part of its mission to support all those committed to better address today’s greatest policy challenges through policy innovation.

With mounting societal challenges, from polarization to lack of trust, from health to climate and rising inequality, Brussel’s Public Innovation Week consists of a series of on- and offline events designed to put public-sector innovators in the limelight.

It brings together large and small events, at the initiative of public managers with the aim of enhancing the innovation capacities of services and public officials and of sharing best practices. Throughout the week, public service bodies and private stakeholders will share thoughts, methods and ideas.

Democratic Resilience – How to accelerate democratic innovation in critical times?

If autocracies tend to make catastrophic decisions, democracies don’t by default make better decisions. In the face of attacks from within and from outside, how can we equip public administration to make democracy smarter and increase the legitimacy of the decisions we make collectively? Join a week of dynamic conversations and be inspired by recent innovations from thought-leaders from Brussels, Belgium, Europe, and beyond.

Dreamocracy stephen.boucher@dreamocracy.eu DD/MM/YYYY 15
Share
Description

The first week of public innovation in the heart of Europe

Civic Hall Brussels, TOKVIL Public Innovation Network and Dreamocracy are organizing the second edition of Brussels’ Public Innovation Week (December 07-14, 2022) as part of its mission to support all those committed to better address today’s greatest policy challenges through policy innovation.

With mounting societal challenges, from polarization to lack of trust, from health to climate and rising inequality, Brussel’s Public Innovation Week consists of a series of on- and offline events designed to put public-sector innovators in the limelight.

It brings together large and small events, at the initiative of public managers with the aim of enhancing the innovation capacities of services and public officials and of sharing best practices. Throughout the week, public service bodies and private stakeholders will share thoughts, methods and ideas.

Democratic Resilience – How to accelerate democratic innovation in critical times?

If autocracies tend to make catastrophic decisions, democracies don’t by default make better decisions. In the face of attacks from within and from outside, how can we equip public administration to make democracy smarter and increase the legitimacy of the decisions we make collectively? Join a week of dynamic conversations and be inspired by recent innovations from thought-leaders from Brussels, Belgium, Europe, and beyond.

Program

https://www.publicinnovationweek.be/

More Information

https://www.publicinnovationweek.be/