Facilitating the personnel and stakeholder sessions for Luova

Together with the regional reform, a new National Supervisory Authority Luova was due to be established. The new organisation was expected take care of government licensing, guidance and supervision functions transferred from the current Regional State Administrative Agencies, ELY Centres, KEHA Center, the National Supervisory Authority for Welfare and Health Valvira and the Farmers’ Social Service Institution Mela. Luova was to be established on 1.1.2021. MDI carried out four regional sessions for personnel and two national stakeholder events in the autumn of 2018.