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The Road to Barcelona
21 nationalities Senior representatives of
Local Government Regional Government National
Government International Governmental
Organisations Universities European
Professional Associations Town planners, LG
administrators, Ministers, academics,
economists, adult educators etc,
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  • A POTTED HISTORY OF THE EUROPEAN JOURNEY TOWARDS
    CREATING LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
  • Professor Norman Longworth
  • University of Stirling

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B.C.
Dia Viou Paedaeia
The purpose of Education as a means to enable
citizens to contribute to the life and growth of
the city
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
4
The Road to Barcelona
B.C.
0-1900
Venice
Damascus
Paris
Gdansk (Danzig)
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
5
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we are witnessing a rebirth of an age-old
concept of the "city-state" or more precisely,
the "region-state." These new quasi-governmental
entities, like the ancient city-states of Athens,
Sparta and Rome, have the power -- some would
call it innate sovereignty -- to control their
future in this new world order....   John M
Eger Building Smart Communities A New Framework
for an Americas Information Initiative
B.C.
0-1900
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
6
The Road to Barcelona
B.C.
Edinburgh, Scotland
Edmonton, Canada
0-1900
1970s
Pittsburgh, USA
Adelaide, Australia
Kakegawa, Japan
Gothenburg,,Sweden
Curitiba, Brazil
Vienna, Austria
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
7
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  • 1990 1996
  • The Age of Innocence
  • Key Conferences
  • 1992 Gothenburg Learning Cities (IAEC)
  • 1995 Rome (ELLI and WILL)

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
8
The Road to Barcelona
  • 1990 1996
  • The Age of Innocence
  • Key Conferences
  • 1992-95 ELLI Devts - Charter etc

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
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A Learning Cities Charter
WE RECOGNISE THE CRUCIAL IMPORTANCE OF LEARNING
AS THE MAJOR DRIVING FORCE FOR THE FUTURE
PROSPERITY, STABILITY AND WELL-BEING OF OUR
CITIZENS. We declare that we will invest in
Lifelong Learning within our community by 1.
DEVELOPING PRODUCTIVE PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN ALL
SECTORS OF THE CITY FOR OPTIMISING AND SHARING
RESOURCES, AND INCREASING LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
FOR ALL 2. DISCOVERING THE LEARNING REQUIREMENTS
OF EVERY CITIZEN FOR PERSONAL GROWTH, CAREER
DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY WELL-BEING 3. ENERGISING
LEARNING PROVIDERS TO SUPPLY LEARNING GEARED TO
THE NEEDS OF EACH LEARNER WHERE, WHEN, HOW AND BY
WHOM IT IS REQUIRED, LIFELONG. 4. STIMULATING
DEMAND FOR LEARNING THROUGH INNOVATIVE
INFORMATION STRATEGIES, PROMOTIONAL EVENTS AND
THE EFFECTIVE USE OF THE MEDIA 5. SUPPORTING THE
SUPPLY OF LEARNING BY PROVIDING MODERN LEARNING
GUIDANCE SERVICES AND ENABLING THE EFFECTIVE USE
OF NEW LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES 6. MOTIVATING ALL
CITIZENS TO CONTRIBUTE THEIR OWN TALENTS, SKILLS,
KNOWLEDGE AND ENERGY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CARE,
COMMUNITY ORGANISATIONS, SCHOOLS AND OTHER
PEOPLE 7. PROMOTING WEALTH CREATION THROUGH
ENTREPRENEUR DEVELOPMENT AND ASSISTANCE FOR
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANISATIONS TO BECOME
LEARNING ORGANISATIONS 8. ACTIVATING
OUTWARD-LOOKING PROGRAMMES TO ENABLE CITIZENS TO
LEARN FROM OTHERS IN THEIR OWN, AND THE GLOBAL,
COMMUNITY 9. COMBATTING EXCLUSION BY CREATIVE
PROGRAMMES TO INVOLVE THE EXCLUDED IN LEARNING
AND THE LIFE OF THE CITY 10. RECOGNISING THE
PLEASURE OF LEARNING THROUGH EVENTS TO CELEBRATE
AND REWARD LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT IN ORGANISATIONS,
FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS
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  • 1990 1996
  • The Age of Innocence
  • 1992 OECD Gothenburg Conference
  • 1992-95 OECD City Strategies for LLL
  • 1992-95 ELLI Devts - Charter etc
  • 1996 European Year of Lifelong Learning

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
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The Changing Paradigm
Lifelong Learning
Education and Training
For All Continuous Learner- Focussed
For some When needed Teacher- Focussed
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  • - out and out focus on the needs and demands of
    the learner
  • - Giving the learner a true ownership of
    his/her own learning
  • - Using the tools and techniques of Lifelong
    Learning
  • - personal learning plans, - personal
    requirements audits, - mentoring programmes,
    - access to electronic networks, -
    individual targets

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  • 1996 2000
  • The Age of Experimentation
  • National Learning City Networks
  • (UK, Finland, Sweden etc)

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
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The Road to Barcelona
  • 1996 2000
  • The Age of Experimentation
  • National Learning City Networks
  • (UK, Finland, Sweden etc)
  • Strategies and Project Development
  • The TELS European Project (80)

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
15
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The Learning Cities Audit Tool
10 Domains 25 sub-domains
16
Partnerships and Resources
Learning City Commitment
Information, Communication Access
Learning City Leadership
Celebration and Family
TELS Project Domains
Including the Excluded
Mobilisation, Contribution, Participation
Technology and Networks
Wealth Creation and Employability
Environment and Citizenship
17
The Road to Barcelona
  • 1996 2000
  • The Age of Experimentation
  • National Learning City Networks
  • (UK, Finland, Sweden etc)
  • Strategies and Project Development
  • The TELS European Project (80)
  • Learning City/Region Conferences
  • Launches (Glasgow, Liverpool, Espoo etc)
  • Learning Festivals (Sapporo, Glasgow etc)

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
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The Sapporo Learning Festival
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Sapporo Learning Festival
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  • 2001 2003
  • The Age of Advance
  • Lisbon Agenda

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
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  • Lifelong learning is no longer just one aspect of
    education and training it must become the
    guiding principle for provision and participation
    across the full continuum of learning contexts.
    The coming decade must see the implementation of
    this vision. All those living in Europe, without
    exception, should have equal opportunities to
    adjust to the demands of social and economic
    change and to participate actively in the shaping
    of Europes future.
  • Communique from the Lisbon Summit of EU Leaders
    2000

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
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  • 2001 2003
  • The Age of Advance
  • Lisbon Agenda
  • European Policy Paper on the local and regional
    dimension of lifelong learning

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
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Cities and regions in a globalized world cannot
afford not to become learning cities and regions.
It is a matter of prosperity, stability,
employability and the personal development of all
citizens European Commission Policy Paper on the
Local and Regional Dimension of Lifelong Learning
(N Longworth author)
B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
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  • 2001 2003
  • The Age of Advance
  • Lisbon Agenda
  • European Policy Paper
  • OECD European Regions Project
  • (Jena, Oresund, Vienne, Kent, )

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
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  • While tertiary education remains important,
    secondary education appears to be the most
    important for regional economic performance.
    Higher Education is clearly essential in terms of
    innovations, but secondary education instils the
    intermediary skills, which are also crucial to
    the new industrial know-how and
    learning-by-doing.
  • High levels of individual learning in themselves
    do not contribute to economic growth before it
    has been applied to the production of goods and
    services. It is important therefore to stress the
    practical application of learning and to
    encourage creativity at all levels of education.
  • OECD Cities and Regions in the New Learning
    Economy

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  • 2001 2003
  • The Age of Advance
  • Lisbon Agenda
  • European Policy Paper
  • OECD European Regions Project
  • CEDEFOP Learning Regions Project

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
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One major objective of regional management is to
develop a means by which educational and other
organizations have a common purpose. each one
learning from each other and each one learning
with each other in planning and implementing
social and economic innovations. When this
happens societies are able to innovate because
they have the capacity for collective learning
about how to develop new knowledge and, in
particular, practical know-how type of
knowledge. CEDEFOP Study of Learning Regions
B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
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  • 2001 2003
  • The Age of Advance
  • Lisbon Agenda
  • European Policy Paper
  • OECD European Regions Project
  • CEDEFOP Learning Regions Project
  • German Learning Regions
  • Victoria, Australia (All)
  • China (all cities and regions)

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
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The Road to Barcelona
  • 2001 2003
  • The Age of Advance
  • Lisbon Agenda
  • European Policy Paper
  • OECD European Regions Project
  • CEDOFOP Learning Regions Project
  • City Consultations
  • German Learning Regions
  • Victoria Australia
  • IDEOPOLIS

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
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IDEOPOLIS A City or Region whose economy is
driven by the creative search for, and the
application of, new ideas, thinking and
knowledge, and which is firmly rooted to the
creative transfer of ideas, to opportunities, to
innovation, and eventually to production.
Cannon, Nathan and Westwood
B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
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The Road to Barcelona
  • 2003-2007
  • The Age of Understanding
  • European Projects and Programmes

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
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  • FRAMEWORK
  • EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND
  • EUROPEAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUND
  • SOCRATES
  • LEONARDO
  • OTHERS

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
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The Road to Barcelona
  • 2003-2007
  • The Age of Understanding
  • European Projects and Programmes
  • Tools and materials devt

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
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European Commission Socrates R3L Programme Local
and Regional Authorities (Short Version) A
Stakeholder Audit A tool to enable Local and
Regional Authorities to analyse and respond to a
changing world in which lifelong learning is
predominant, and to become Learning
Organisations within Learning Cities and
Learning Regions
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  • LEARNING NEEDS AUDITS (LILARA)
  • LOCAL AUTHORITIES
  • REGIONAL AUTHORITIES
  • SCHOOLS
  • UNIVERSITIES
  • SMEs

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
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  • LEARNING MATERIALS (LILLIPUT)
  • 14 Modules on most aspects of Learning Cities

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
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Lilliput materials 14 modules, 59 topics, 190
lessons Mod 1 Introduction to Learning Regions
- why, what, where, when, how Mod 2 The
Individual and the Learning Region Mod 3
Adult Education in a Learning Region Mod 4/5
The Community in a Learning Region Mod 6
Politics of the Learning Region Mod 7
Economics, Technology, and Sustainability of a
Learning Region Mod 8/9 The Workplace in a
Learning Region Mod 10 Language Learning in a
Learning Region Mod 11 The Law and the
Learning Region Mod 12 Schools in the
Learning Region Mod 13 The Family and the
Learning Region Mod 14 Higher Education in
the Learning Region WWW.APPUI.ESC-TOULOUSE.FR N
ame European Password Commission
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  • STAKEHOLDER AUDITS (Understanding Institution as
    a a Learning Organisation in a Learning City)
  • LOCAL AUTHORITIES
  • UNIVERSITIES
  • SCHOOLS
  • SMEs
  • ADULT VOCATIONAL COLLEGES
  • LEARNING NEEDS AUDITS (LILARA)
  • LOCAL AND REGIONAL AUTHORITIES
  • SCHOOLS
  • UNIVERSITIES
  • SMEs
  • LEARNING MATERIALS (LILLIPUT)
  • 14 Modules on most aspects of Learning Cities
  • www.longlearn.org.uk (self-study modules )

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
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The Road to Barcelona
  • 2003-2007
  • The Age of Understanding
  • European Projects and Programmes
  • Tools and materials devt
  • European R3L Programme (18)

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
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The Road to Barcelona
  • 2003-2007
  • The Age of Understanding
  • European Projects and Programmes
  • Tools and materials devt
  • European R3L Programme
  • Crossborder Regions
  • Smart Cities and Regions

B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
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SMART CITIES AND REGIONS Communities using
information technology as a catalyst for
transforming life and work to meet the challenges
of the new millennium Smart Cities network
B.C.
0-1900
1970s
1990s
2000
LEARNING CITIES AND REGIONS
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SO - What do we understand? What will we discuss
in the Active Solutions Sessions?
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Economic Development Social Community
Development Networking and Intelligence
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The Global Economy
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Making Learning Communities Tick
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The Cybergrannies of Craiglockhart
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Diversity
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FLORIDA AND DIVERSITY A places diversity, its
level of tolerance for a wide range of people is
key to its success in attracting talented people.
Diverse inclusive communities that welcome
unconventional people gays, immigrants,
artists, and freethinking bohemians- are ideal
for nurturing the creativity and innovation that
characterise the knowledge economy.   Florida
and Gates
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Routes to Learning Cities and Regions
IDEOPOLIS AND DIVERSITY the vital buzzword is
diversity diversity of lifestyles and housing,
diversity of ambitions, skills and career
opportunities, and diversity in social and
cultural life. It is whether all these
diversities can co-exist in an area that decides
whether the society of a region becomes a
people-smart, socially responsible and culturally
diverse space or a bad neighbourhood.
  Cannon, Nathan and Westwood
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INNOVATION, CREATIVITY VISION IMAGINATION
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All regions seek to sustain economic activity
through various combinations of lifelong
learning, innovation and creative uses of
information and communication technologies.
OECD Learning Regions project
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IDEOPOLIS A City or Region whose economy is
driven by the creative search for, and the
application of, new ideas, thinking and
knowledge, and which is firmly rooted to the
creative transfer of ideas, to opportunities, to
innovation, and eventually to production.
Cannon, Nathan and Westwood
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MAWSON LAKES VISION
  • Create a 21st Century Region, oriented outwards
    towards the rest of the world, which successfully
    integrates all its economic, educational, social
    and environmental strategies
  • Live, learn, work and celebrate
  • An integrated, harmonious, safe and ecologically
    and economically sustainable region

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Building 21st Century Learning Communities?
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EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS AND COMPETENCES LEARNING
ORGANISATIONS QUALITY
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SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY
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SOCIAL INCLUSION CULTURAL DEVT ACTIVE
CITIZENSHIP CONSULTATION
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ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP
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The Village of Eus, France
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Mount Canigou
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World Class Biologist 3 Trained EFL Teachers 2
Former Professors of German 2 Former
Environmental Studies teachers 2 Trained Opera
Singers 1 former actor and film star 2 former
mathematics teachers 2 former French teachers etc
etc
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THE STAKEHOLDERS AND THEIR POTENTIAL CONTRIBUTION
64
Adult and Community Education
Schools
Higher Education
LOCAL GOVERNMENT LEADING THE INPUT OF
STAKEHOLDERS TO ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
GROWTH IN THE CITY
Local Govt
Admin
Profess- Ional Assoc- iations
SMEs
Sports Voluntary Organis ations
Large Companies
Cultural Services - MUSEUMS LIBRARIES etc
Individuals And Families
65
European Commission Socrates R3L Programme A
Stakeholder Audit Schools (full version) A
tool to enable schools to analyse and respond to
a changing educational world in which lifelong
learning is predominant and cities and regions
are in the process of becoming Learning Cities
and Learning Regions
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Opera
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Learning, Learning and .... Learning
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How will we know when we have created a learning
region?
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As in the drive for Total Quality Management
during the 1990s, quality will not pervade unless
every person in the organization has been
immersed into the concept. So it is in the
administration departments of a budding learning
city. Each person will need to know at least the
basic principles of the learning region and each
department will have its own particular
orientation towards implementing them. Learning
Cities, Learning Regions, Learning Communities
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Overview of Learning Needs Stirling City
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When, of the first ten people we speak to in the
street, 8 can describe what a learning city or
region is and means for them When the major
topic at the half-time break at a football match
is what I learned last week and intend to learn
next week When the Sun newspaper has 4 readers
instead of 4 million. When..
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Human Capital
Technology Capital
Economic Capital
Investment Capital
Financial Capital
Community Capital
A TOUR OF THE LEARNING CAPITALS
Stakeholder Capital
Stakeholder Capital
Citizenship Capital
Environmental Capital
Educational Capital
Cultural Capital
Diversity Capital
Social Capital
Intellectual Capital
Location Capital
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A travail Zu Arbeit To work
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CONSULTING THE PEOPLE
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  • The Consultation Ladder
  • Processes Citizens as
  •   EMPOWERMENT DECIDERS/ MANAGERS
  •  PARTICIPATION IMPLEMENTERS
  •  
  •  MOTIVATION LEARNERS
  •  
  •  
  •  ENGAGEMENT PARTNERS
  •  
  •  DISCUSSION CONFIDANTS
  •  
  •  INFORMATION SUBSCRIBERS PROVISION

Implementation
Consultation
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