Staff exchanges aimed at facilitating knowledge and experience sharing
The programme is intended for all staff from public authorities working in the waste and resources sector, amongst others politicians, policymakers, waste management and prevention professionals, environmental and utilities service providers, procurement officials, and technology providers.
What exchange activities can be undertaken?
- Study visits (one-to-one or group exchange)
- Job shadowing
- Benchmarking studies
What topics can be addressed?
- Waste management, prevention and innovation
- Circular economy and procurement
- Piloting emerging solutions and technologies
- Market engagement processes
- Participatory mechanisms’ implementation and citizen ownership campaigns
- And many more
The 1st UrbanWINS CityMatch will be kindly hosted by the Metropolitan City of Capital Rome and take place in Rome (Italy) between 12-13 October 2017. Participants will discover how furniture circular procurement and Green Public Procurement monitoring work in practice. Participants are expected to bring forward innovative ideas in the areas of circular economy and furniture procurement.
The 2nd UrbanWINS CityMatch will be kindly hosted by the Municipality of Cremona and take place in Cremona (Italy) between 20-23 November 2017. Participants will be engaged in the European Waste Management week exploring food and organic resources, waste management collection systems and much more. Participants are expected to have experience and interest in those areas.
You are interested in one of our CityMatches and can fulfill the mentioned expectations? Apply now writing to email@example.com and answering the following questions:
– Which CityMatch (location, date) do you apply for?
– Why are you interested in the topic of this CityMatch?
– What experience would you bring to the study visit?
ICLEI will reimburse travel and accommodation of up to 600 EUR per person. Language: English.
We look forward receiving your applications!
- Inspiration and guidance on how to start or further develop your work, and share knowledge with peers to overcome barriers and challenges
- Acquiring a broader understanding and develop skills on smart, strategic, green and innovative public procurement
- Receiving direct assistance and support on day-to-day tasks related to public procurement of waste management solutions
- Being informed about the latest technologies, products and services, and learn about trends and development in the waste and resources sector
- Sharing ideas, problems, solutions, and good practices with highly motivated individuals from other cities
- An insight into how replicable your methods are, by receiving feedback and new perspectives on your approaches and tools
- Potential access to new pilots
- Wider dissemination of your work on waste management, innovation, circular economy and others
- Growing your network of peers and experts