The deadline for submitting the activity proposal is August 25, 2023 and will be done using electronic forms
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Published on 08/08/2023 3:39 pm Updated on 08/08/2023 3:40 pm
Innovation Week opens registrations for activities in the 2023 edition
The idea is to seek and select quality activities that serve as inspiration for innovation in the public sector
Registration is open for proposals for public activities that will make up the Innovation Week 2023 program. The public call for activities aims to build a collaborative and democratic event, seeking and selecting quality activities that serve as inspiration for innovation in the sector public.
The registration deadline to submit activities to participate in the Innovation Week 2023 program is August 25, 2023. With the theme “Reconnect to rebuild”, the 9th edition of Innovation Week takes place between the 7th and 9th of November, in Brasília, in a hybrid format, with in-person and online activities.
PRESENTIAL ACTIVITY - The main focus of the face-to-face modality is collaborative and interactive construction, aiming for practical learning experiences. The face-to-face activities will take place at Enap's headquarters, in Brasília.
ONLINE ACTIVITY - For this modality, the public call seeks proposals for activities in the format of workshops, where the person conducting it can encourage a group to explore, develop and implement innovative ideas collaboratively. Activities must last 2 hours and accommodate between 20 and 40 participants.
If you have any questions about how to register an activity in the 9th Innovation Week program, check out all the information here.
INNOVATION WEEK - Committed to facing major challenges and rescuing the values of public service, Innovation Week 2023 is consolidated as the largest public innovation event in Latin America. The initiative is carried out by the National School of Public Administration (Enap), the Ministry of Economy, the Federal Court of Auditors (TCU) and the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (Flacso), with the support and participation of several institutions in the Federal Government, in addition to international organizations, civil society groups and representatives of the private sector.
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