‘Adaptive municipal economy and developing municipality’ -training days invite actors in the municipal field to discuss and learn

MDI and Hallintoakatemia (the Academy of Administration) will jointly organise the Adaptive Municipal Economy and Developing Municipality training days on 16–17 March 2021. The event will provide actors in the municipal field with training in municipal finances with a view to increasing municipal vitality.

The programme features thought-provoking speeches and shared thinking around the problems and possibilities of adaptation. Read more (in Finnish) and register: https://www.mdi.fi/sopeutuvat2021/ 

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