Combining State and Non-State Partnerships for Effective Place Leadership
Final event of the RSA Leadership and Urban and Regional Development Research Network (click here to read the final report published on the RSA website).
The main aim of the network was to explore the role of the non-profit and voluntary sector in the development and implementation of an effective place- leadership. The organizers encouraged and invited research papers, short position papers, commentaries on hot topics/events (e.g. Brexit), and research designs, but are not limited to contributions that address:
- How do we defining the role of civic society and civic institutions as community anchors?
- Leadership and development in transition and post-transition contexts
- How does place leadership contribute to development in the developing global south?
- How does leadership fill the spaces that emerge as new policy tiers are created by political decisions, referenda,
new political alliances, and independence movements?
Tuesday 23rd October 2018
|12.45||Introduction and Overview||Dane Anderton & Oto Potluka||//||//|
|13.00||Voluntary Sector Engagement: Academia, Policy and Practice.|
Panel and Discussion
|James Rees (Chair)||//||//|
|14.30||Role of formal and informal non-profit leadership in rural development||Oto Potluka||Abstract||Slides|
|15.30||The Nature and Role of Civic-Community Leaders within and for City leadership. An Anglo-Italian Comparison||Michela Pagani||Abstract||Slides|
|16.00||Engaging citizens in Nottingham, Stuttgart and Shanghai – a comparative perspective on the role of citizens’ surveys in urban governance||Jenni Cauvain,|
|16.30||Developing and maintaining trust in rural place leadership: the Case of partnerships for better place attachment in two post-Soviet countries, Latvia and Estonia||Joanna Storie & Mark Kulvik||Abstract||//|
|17.00||Network drinks and evening meal|
Wednesday 24th October 2018
|9.30||Holistic space leadership beyond sectoral and professional borders – the case of Aviation Valley in the Polish Podkarpackie Region||Lech Suwula|
|10.00||Establishing Leadership in a “Busy” Governance Structure||Martin Quinn||Abstract||Slides|
|10.30||Partnerships in Environmental Regeneration in North West England 1980 – 2010: a Practitioner Perspective||Phil Barton|
|11.15||Leadership of governments and citizens initiatives, enabling energy transition in the Netherlands||LG Horlings|
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|11.45||The impact of international collaboration on place leadership in new town development in China||Haiyan Lu||Abstract||Slides|
|13.45||Universities as Sustainable Place Leaders in Emerging Countries||Dane Anderton & Malini Nair||Abstract||//|
|14.15||City and Regional Development Leadership beyond BREXIT: A Relational Perspective||John Gibney,|
|15.00||The Compasss of Collaboration: a model to guide the leadership of sub-national spaces||Kate Broadhurst||Abstract||Slides|
|15.30||Entrepreneurs: place attachment and participation in local leadership||Grete Kindel||Abstract||//|
|16.00||Network Discussion and debrief|
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