NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY
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The National Development Strategy (NDS) will present the vision and roadmap for our country for the next 20 years. This vision, which we began to create and build in 2021, will have to imagine our society in the next 20 years, until 2041.
Today, a public debate took place at the Assembly of the Republic of North Macedonia, focusing the significance of local self-government and regional development, as part of the process of crafting the National Development Strategy for the next 20 years.
Ane Lashkoska, a Member of Parliament from VMRO-DPMNE in the Assembly of the Republic of North Macedonia, spoke about the process of creating the National Development Strategy.
Today's debate, held as part of the process of creating the National Development Strategy, focused on local self-government and regional development. The main emphasis of the discussion was on defining the necessary systemic changes in municipalities and their development over the next two decades.
Today, as part of the activities of the process of developing the National Development Strategy, an expert debate was organized on the topic of “Green and Digital Transformation”.
How to achieve demographic and social balance in the country was the topic of today's expert debate, which was held as part of the process of creating the National Development Strategy.
Today in the Assembly of the Republic of North Macedonia, a meeting of the Management Board for the creation of the National Development Strategy was held, which was expanded with two new members, representatives of business and the civil sector.
You can learn more about what is being done to turn Doughnut Economics from an idea into transformative action on their DEAL website.
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This report guides us through how we can use collective intelligence for the SDGs offering practical examples from the Global Accelerator Network and their use of CI in supporting the Agenda 2030. The report mentions that it is mainly aimed at ‘senior officials within national
practical examples from the Global Accelerator Network and their use of CI in supporting the Agenda 2030. The report mentions that it is mainly aimed at ‘senior officials within national governments, international agencies and development organizations who understand the urgency for action and want to tap into distributed collective intelligence as part of national strategies towards the SDGs.’ We would add that it is an excellent read for everyone that want to learn more both about ‘collective intelligence’, its design principles and how it can be used for supporting the Agenda2030.
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The publication talks about the context in which institutions/governments are operating, filled with new risks and uncertainties and the need to adapt and build new statecraft to respond to this reality.
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This paper describes how a humble approach to policymaking can help institutions in achieving long-term goals and policies. The authors suggest that ‘for the government to formulate policies that address the most pressing questions of the 21st century, it must first address the structural and cultural problems of its policy-making processes. Solving wicked problems requires policy-making that moves away from the illusion of top-down steering into a networked model’
The paper is written by the global think tank Demos Helsinki, and more information can be accessed on the links bellow.
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The creation of a National Development Strategy has a strong and unambiguous support from the majority of the citizens
Encouraging fact: Almost 60% of the citizens find it extremely important or very important to participate personally in the content of National Development Strategy 2022-2042.This enables the process of strategy’s design and implementation to be more open, transparent and inclusive which has been unequivocal commitment since the very beginning of the process.
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