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1 Social Cohesion Action Plan of Council of Europe and SPIRAL methodology The different possible ways The different possible ways Division R&D Social Cohesion Salaspils 2 nd and 3 rd February 2012 Conseil de l‘Europe – Council of Europe

2 2- Defining the well-being/ill-being criteria 1- Setting up a coordination group 3- Using criteria to evaluate policies/social interventions 8-reviewing/learning capitalizing 6- Acting / implementing 7 – reevaluating (ex post) 5- deciding/ committing 4- Planning improvements and pilot actions (action plan preparation CYCLE OF PROGRESS CYCLE OF CONSULTATION Common framework of local processes 8 phases for progress in policies/action involving citizens /communities

3 Three ways for SPIRAL 1- Rapid way: using criteria of well-being at european level  poverty reduction process  analyzing and improving impact of existing policies and actions  Action plan for fighting poverty through coresponsibility 2- Intermediary way: collecting criteria with citizens (HG)  larger implication of citizens – larger scope of pilot actions of co-responsibility  possibility to improve global relevance of policies  Action plan to develop co-responsibility for well-being of all. 3- Deep way: building indicators of progress in well-being  Deep analyze of situation of people in terms of well-being  Possibility to develop individual and collective/ territorial projects of life  Project of Territory of Coresponsibility

4 Deep way Deep way: Using criteria of ill-being/well- being to build indicators of progress in well- being of all.

5 Transversal scale of signification of progress indicators Satisfactory situation but without having achieved the objective of progress 5- Ideal situation 4 Good situation 3- Medium situation 2 Unsatisfa ctory situation 1 Very unsatisfac tory situation D ésignation of the degree Situation of risk of degradation in chain and/or irreversibi lity The objective of progress is achieved but without guarantee of sustaina- bility The objective of progress is achieved with guarantee of sustaina- bility No satisfactory situation but without short term risk Signification Rethinking how to measure

6 Transversal scale of signification of progress indicators Satisfactory situation but without having achieved the objective of progress 5- Ideal situation 4 Good situation 3- Medium situation 2 Unsatisfa ctory situation 1 Very unsatisfac tory situation D ésignation of the degree Situation of risk of degradation in chain and/or irreversibi lity The objective of progress is achieved but without guarantee of sustaina- bility The objective of progress is achieved with guarantee of sustaina- bility No satisfactory situation but without short term risk Signification Rethinking how to measure

7 Criteria of ill-being/well-being Scale of values By combinaison of criteria Duple Criteria (negative/positive 5- ideal‏ situation 4- Good situation 3- Medium Situation 2-Unsatis- factory situation Very unsatisfac- tory situation Degrees Validation by citizens values Elaboration of value for every degree Building indicators of progress in WBA

8 Building indicators of progress in WBA Table 427 – Indicators of progress in well-being – Example of employment Scale of meaning 1 - Very unsatisfactory 2 – unsa- tisfactory 3 – Average4 - Good5 – Ideal Range of values Having no job or possibility of getting one through lack of training and unavailability of jobs of suitable standard Having no job but being trained; jobs corresponding to the training available Having a job albeit unrewarding and/or in an unpleasant atmosphere and/or poorly remunerated Having a rewarding job in a pleasant atmosphere with decent remuneration, but without a permanent contract or not in a thriving enterprise Having a rewarding job in a pleasant atmosphere with decent remuneration, with a permanent contract and in a thriving enterprise E x a m p le s o f c ri t e ri a Being trainednoyes Jobs availablenoyes Having a jobno yes Rewarding jobno yes Pleasant atmosphere no yes Decent remuneration no yes Permanent contract no yes Thriving enterprise no yes Key: No = negative expression of the criterion; Yes = positive expression of the criterion.

9 2- Building indicators of progress in well-being of all from the criteria and indicators of resources 1- Reinforcing the coordination group 3- Using indicators to evaluate the situation of the inhabitants 8-reviewing/learning capitalizing 6- Acting / implementing 7 – reevaluating (ex post) 5- deciding/ committing 4- Planning a Territorial project of co-responsibility for the well-being of all CYCLE OF PROGRESS CYCLE OF CONSULTATION Second cycle of consultation and progress

10 4- How to develop social cohesion strategy and action plan in Latvia and Estonia

11 1.The process began in Salaspils 2.From this experience and other interested towns, may be possible to have a group of pilot towns in Sweden as a basis for a bottom up approach at national level. 3.Council of Europe can give support to do so Ideas to be discussed

12 Collaborative Website https://spiral.cws.coe.int 1.Access to the concepts for a large public 2.Information on tools and methods for local processes 3.Specific space for networks 4.Specific space for working groups on relevant themes (human rights an poverty, creating jobs by reinforcing social links and social innovation in the public sphere, etc), https://spiral.cws.coe.int

13 Thank you for your attention https://spiral.cws.coe.int


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