Argüden Governance Academy Foundation

Integrated Social Service Governance Model After the Shock

The Integrated Social Service Governance Model was developed relying on the lessons drawn out from the two district municipalities in Istanbul, namely Sultanbeyli and Maltepe Municipalities during the COVID-19 crisis.

17 November 2020

The webinar will be organized as part of the series of events taking place within the Government After Shock program of the OECD’s Observatory of Public Sector Innovation on 17 November 2020. It will present an integrated governance model for social service provision during the disaster/pandemic. The Model was developed relying on the lessons drawn out from the two district municipalities in Istanbul, namely Sultanbeyli and Maltepe Municipalities during the COVID-19 crisis.

The “Integrated Social Service Governance Model” was developed by Sultanbeyli Municipality, Maltepe Municipality and Argüden Governance Academy with the support of Marmara Municipalities Union through innovative design paying attention to views and recommendations of the internal and external stakeholders, paired with data-driven analysis for practical insights in order to improve the capacity and responsiveness. It is unique as a pro-active Model that identifies the most vulnerable households and individuals for service provision during and after any health disaster.

Date: October 17th, 2020

Time: 14:00-15:30 (İstanbul)

Location: Online – Zoom

Book: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_yCrxtZ2oRq2CRDg_3C4LtA

Languages: Turkish & English

Website: https://gov-after-shock.oecd-opsi.org/event/integrated-social-service-governance-model-after-the-shock/

Social media: https://twitter.com/hashtag/GovAfterShock?src=hashtag_click

17 November 2020