Young Public Policy Makers Jamboree: „Living out of stereotypes“
Young Public Policy Makers Jamboree: „Living out of stereotypes“
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Bratislava, Slovak Republic, March 26-28, 2014


Young Public Policy Makers Jamboree: “Living out of stereotypes” was organised by NISPAcee and supported by the International Visegrad Fund. The main project partners were the Center for Social and Economic Strategies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic), National School of Public Administration (Poland), and the Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Science (Hungary). The event was organized for public policy and administration students and young professionals in this field. The goal of this event was to initiate and encourage cooperation and networking and to find a new informal way of thinking for future policy makers in the V4 region. One of the main project outcomes is an e-publication that contains a set of selected case studies on innovations in public policy making that were elaborated by the participants of the Jamboree. The case studies can be utilized for educational activities and, at the same time, as a source of innovations for various practitioners who want to look “out of the box”.


Young Public Policy Makers Case Studies: Living out of stereotypes










Young Public Policy Makers Jamboree: „Living out of stereotypes“



Bratislava, Slovak Republic, March 26-28, 2014


Young Public Policy Makers Jamboree: “Living out of stereotypes” was organised by NISPAcee and supported by the International Visegrad Fund. The main project partners were the Center for Social and Economic Strategies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic), National School of Public Administration (Poland), and the Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Science (Hungary). The event was organized for public policy and administration students and young professionals in this field. The goal of this event was to initiate and encourage cooperation and networking and to find a new informal way of thinking for future policy makers in the V4 region. One of the main project outcomes is an e-publication that contains a set of selected case studies on innovations in public policy making that were elaborated by the participants of the Jamboree. The case studies can be utilized for educational activities and, at the same time, as a source of innovations for various practitioners who want to look “out of the box”.


Young Public Policy Makers Case Studies: Living out of stereotypes