LRGNext2021 Closing Session: Building the Future of Local Public Services

3 Dec 2021 Geneva, Switzerland 3 Dec - 3 Dec

LRGNext2021 Closing Session: Building the Future of Local Public Services

  • 3 Dec - 3 Dec
  • Geneva, Switzerland

13:00 - 16:00 CET

The closing session of PSI's Local & Regional Government (LRG) Network Series, taking place on Friday 3 December, from 1-4pm CEST is now open for registration. This session will be for PSI affiliates only.

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This is the last session in the Local and Regional Workers Network Series 2021, it is open to PSI affiliates only. The series is composed of six sessions running from 15 September to 3rd December 2021.

I. Building the Future of local public services (1h15’)

This session will take stock, draw conclusions from the whole LRG Series 2021. It will present emerged priorities to define PSI’s LRG unions coordinated policies and actions.

  Welcome and opening contributions:

  • David Hall, Visiting Professor at PSIRU, University of Greenwich

  • LRG union representatives (tbd)

  • Plenary discussion & affiliate consultation

II. An Action Programme for PSI’s LRG Network: towards the PSI Congress (1h15’)

This session will present a Draft Action Plan for the PSI LRG Network drafted based on the discussions and consultations held during the LRGNext2021 Series. The Plan will represent a roadmap for PSI’s LRG unions action and for the work of the PSI Regions and Sub-Regions in the LRG sector and will contribute to inform PSI’s Programme of Action 2022-2027. The Draft Plan will stay open for PSI LRG affiliates’ consultation until the end of February 2022.

Opening contributions: 

  • David McDonald,  Director MSP, Queen’s University

  • Daria Cibrario, PSI 

Plenary discussion & affiliate consultation

Conclusions & Closure of LRGNext2021 (15’)

  • Rosa Pavanelli, PSI General Secretary

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Background documents for this session:


LRG Network Series 2021

Find out more about this series of online thematic consultations on local and regional government workers' burning issues and global priorities for PSI affiliates and allies.

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