MDI has supported Posintra Ltd (in Porvoo, eastern Helsinki region) in the implementation of PALO project by carrying out a network-training programme for organisations in the social and health care sectors. Training sessions earlier this year have focused on identifying the relevant network actors as well as studying the concept of experimental development. Before the … Continue reading Service Experiments Designed in Network Training
MDI has updated – together with the best urban policy experts and six growing cities – the urban policy road map for Finland. Report suggests 9 solutions for urban policy. This time focus is on surroundings of main rail stations and in 10 years infrastructure program in Finland. Report can be downloaded in Finnish here.
Spring is here and so are the council seminars in which MDI takes part. This week starts with a regional seminar in Tampere hall and ends with a council seminar in Karkkila. Regional vitality is a hot topic everywhere – among municipalities, regions and provinces. MDI sees that it has four dimensions: work and economy, … Continue reading A Sure Sign of Spring: the Council Seminars
MDI and Finnish Environment Institute will analyse Finland´s functional areas and growth corridors in ToKaSu project, which has begun in April. The project is one of the joint government research projects, which generate information that support decision-making. The goals of the projects are to identify functional areas and growth corridors and to analyse the current … Continue reading Study of functional areas and growth corridors has begun
MDI got a chance to be speeding up the experiments of sporting activities in Finland. The Finnish Rural Network and Valo (Finnish Sport Association) arranged a workshop in Helsinki together. The theme of the day was to bring the representatives of Valo and Leader-groups together to design and implement nationally significant experiments of new kind … Continue reading MDI Gave a Boost to the Experiments Of New Kind Of Sporting Activities