A socio-organizational plan that supports urban development processes and helps create a positive demographic change in the city. The social process is focused on attracting new populations that will integrate into the city and lead to changes and position the city as high-quality and attractive.
The purpose of the process
Creating cooperation between members from different sectors – the authorities, businesses, public, and third-sector organizations – in order to produce an impact that will trigger a high-quality demographic change.
Milestones in the process
1. Preparation and motivation for action
A. Defining an organizational leader for the process, establishing a connection to a consulting firm for methodological leadership and determining a work plan for the process – goals, indices, schedule.
B. Formulating and harnessing the potential members of the process – representatives from the public sector (government + local authority), the third sector, and businessmen.
2. Plenary sessions
A. A series of meetings of all the figures taking part in the process; These meetings are intended to formulate a joint agenda for all participants and establish objectives, methods and measures for the program.
B. Following the plenary sessions, inter-sectional working groups will be defined in central areas identified as affecting the quality of the city.
3. The working group phase
The working groups will meet between four and seven times in the course of six months for a detailed discussion of the selected subjects, as well as meetings with experts and educational tours; Each group will obligate itself for a central activity in its field, with a significant impact on the quantity and quality of urban growth. For example: Entrepreneurship and employment – development of innovative industrial zones, the area of communities – the development of a model for absorbing new families in the city, etc.
4. Writing and implementing work plans stage
With the approval of the forum’s deliverables at the plenary level, the groups will focus on writing detailed work plans for each of the approved operational directions, with emphasis on the feasibility of the programs.