Networking with actors, structures and civil society
For the effective functioning of the Regional Social Inclusion Observatory, i.e. to observe, record and tackle poverty, it is necessary to cooperate and network (communication) with all stakeholders, public and private and the society itself that perceives and experiences this phenomenon.
These public bodies are the first-degree local authorities in the Dodecanese and the Cyclades, the Ministries, the other Regional Observatories of Greece and other public services.
Private bodies are legal persons governed by private law of a non-profit nature which are active in matters of social protection.
With civil society, we consider both groups of people operating in a specific place and purpose such as schools, associations, councils as well as individuals who would likely aid to prevent and tackle poverty and social exclusion.