The Final Masters CASE STUDY OF THE OBSERVATORY OF WATER TERRACE, d’Hug Luchetti, has been part of the article that this organization has presented at international conference Future is public. Democratic ownership of the economy, held on 4 i 5 December in Amsterdam.
The article "Spain/Catalonia: Can Terrassa’s new public water service be a model?”, of Miriam Planas i Juan Martinez, Women account for the movement of water remunicipalització Inci year 2010 in Catalonia, and is s'han efectuat 23 and expected remunicipalización 7 month.
The research also addresses the case of self Observatory Water Terrace (OAT), a commitment to consultation with stakeholders and politicians of the city for the co-production of policies and collaborative governance. This experience permanent public discussion involves participation in a local highly bureaucratized, a challenge for social groups given the high attrition time and that implies.
In its TFM, former student of the Master in Social Policy and Community Action Hug Lucchetti wonders if Observatory Water Terrace fit body as community management within the municipal institutional organization, and concludes that. The OAT does not fit as a body of community management because there is still a culture receptive to this institutional policy and public control because there is no institutional architecture and legislation that facilitate.
The TFM of Luchetti said that co-production of public policies require changes in the rules of participation to include the perspective of co-production and co-management services and policies, as well as build new stories to help change the current political culture. Ara bé, will be difficult to move towards these new models without prior citizen empowerment.
Check TFM Hug Luchetti in section Research, School Site IGOP.