The University of Bologna and the Fondazione per l’Innovazione Urbana are promoting the Level-II Master’s in Management and co-production of participatory processes, communities, and proximity networks.

In an increasingly complex and fragmented economic and social context, communities and the logic of proximity are emerging as new social elements on which to begin building models of just transition that are sustainable, inclusive, and aimed at pursuing social well-being.

The Master’s entails a multidisciplinary training course for ‘agents of proximity’, that is, new professional figures capable of initiating innovative processes of community listening and involvement, producing new forms of knowledge about social contexts, identifying effective and innovative solutions for emerging needs, and stimulating the co-production of processes in the public sector, the service sector, and the area of business strategies.

The Master’s is aimed at administrators and technicians in public administrations dealing with strategies of engagement and collaborative approaches, university graduates who intend to develop professional competencies in collaborative practices, and professionals in social businesses, associations, non-profit organizations, and companies that intend to expand innovative organizational practices and understand institutional relationships.

The Master’s is built on different modules whose objective is to frame the global and local context surrounding current socioeconomic processes, offer knowledge about contemporary organizational systems and competencies in complex organization, and focus on innovative practices of involvement and inclusion of thematic and territorial communities within organizational and institutional processes. In parallel with the educational modules, the Master’s offers participants possible internships at entities, companies, and organizations.

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