Today, in the 21st century, the reconstruction C Level Contact List of social citizenship faces the challenge of promoting the turn towards the common: overcoming both the Fordist-Keynesian bureaucratic monopolism and the New Neoliberal Public Management and converting social rights into areas of democratic deepening. Participatory and relational governance implies policies that generate active democracy, reconfigured services as C Level Contact List common goods, and citizen practices as spaces for the self-management of rights. It supposes a public sphere articulated by public-community networks, co-production processes and social innovation initiatives, governance aimed at structuring the common rather than managing bureaucracies, with a C Level Contact List democratic and deliberative administration, and collective action declined in terms of construction, more than resistance.
The democratic and relational C Level Contact List approach, as a governance dimension of the new social citizenship, incorporates some key elements: - The transformation of public administrations : it is necessary to think of a model with reference values, flexible and responsible, strategic and creative, democratic and deliberative. Internally, the public C Level Contact List administration must overcome vertical and sectoral rigidity schemes, and C Level Contact List provide itself with flexibility, with spaces that nurture trust and responsibility. On the external level, you will have to articulate responses to a complex society full of uncertainties. It must be strategic and at the same time open to learning and addressing emerging challenges.
An administration with tools to C Level Contact List incorporate collective intelligence, to articulate dialogue and cooperation; to activate mediation dynamics between levels of government and with the private and community spheres. - Networks of action : governance from an architecture of network subjects implies the preservation C Level Contact List of public space and collective projects. However, the processes can no longer be the product of unilateral and hierarchical action by public authorities, but the result of a complex exchange of resources C Level Contact List between multiple levels of government, associations and citizens within the framework of participatory networks.