Introduzione. Il dialogo sociale come strumento per uno sviluppo condiviso

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Introduction. Social dialogue as a tool for shared development

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Abstract

In this introduction, the Author focus the attention on the local development approaches, with a particular attention on the role of local actors. Then she describes the research object of the volume. European Union has identified social dialogue as the major instrument to promote the economic growth, the social cohesion and the environment sustainability of development’s projects. Particularly in backward regions, such as South of Italy, the involvement of social partners, but also of institutions and civil society’s organizations, represents not only a chance, but also a necessity to realize these aims. Nevertheless, the importance of this topic in the European political agenda, has not gone along with a coherent engagement in the training of local actors; an engagement that is indispensable to valorise the potentialities of social dialogue at territorial level. The volume presents the results of a research approaching this challenge. Through the study of experiences of social dialogue in the “old” and in the “new” Europe, it offers a series of proposals useful for the educational planning and the good use of the structural founds.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Introduction. Social dialogue as a tool for shared development
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationIl dialogo sociale in Europa. Esperienze e proposte
EditorsMICHELE COLASANTO, Gennaro Iorio, LAURA ZANFRINI
Pages9-70
Number of pages62
Publication statusPublished - 2011

Keywords

  • Europa
  • Europe
  • dialogo sociale
  • local development
  • social dialogue
  • sviluppo locale

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