The International Labor Organization (ILO) has invited everyone to contribute to the construction of a precise definition of green jobs and to develop a methodology that could assess how to exercise the different workforce collaboration to build a sustainable world with green economy
The Prof. PhD. Paulo Afonso Bracarense Costa – is Member of the Statistics Department of UFPR, Master in Agronomy by ESALQ-USP, Master in Public Policy by the University of Berlin and Viadrina-Frankfurth University, PhD by UFSC and University of South Florida USA. He was Director of the Center for Management and Strategic Studies of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (CGEE) and Secretary of Labor in Curitiba, when carried out in the municipality to adhere to the commitments to generate decent work and green jobs, proposed by the ILO.
The Municipal Institute of Public Administration (IMAP) has published the book “State, Planning and Public Administration in Brazil”, which has, among others, contributions from Professor Christian Luiz da Silva. The themes developed in the book involve our lines of research:
- Reflection on the Challenges of the Brazilian Public Administration in the 21st Century
- Citizen Participation in the Design and Evaluation of Public Policies
- The Possibility of Intersectorial Public Policies
- Urban Spaces and Social Governance: Challenges for Participatory Management
- Future of Cities
- Budgetary planning
- What kind of State is Needed for Brazil in the 21st Century?
“Given the growing complexity of citizen demands and the growing integration of the Municipality of Curitiba with its Metropolitan Region, IMAP helps to think about, understand and transform the Municipal Public Administration. It contributes to the improvement of methodologies and tools to supporting governance, in the development of the structuring and functioning of municipal administration and, through the School of Public Administration, enables officials and the community to act in a critical, autonomous and socially responsible way.”
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