Filippo Strati is a co-owner and scientific co-ordinator of Studio Ricerche Sociali (SRS, www.srseuropa.eu/eng/index.php), founded in 1989 by himself as a small institute for social research, consultancy, teaching, vocational guidance and training.
He is a member of the EU Network of Independent Experts on Social Inclusion (on behalf of the EC DG Employment, www.peer-review-social-inclusion.eu/network-of-independent-experts).
He created an on-line platform in 2008 to promote a virtual network for participatory sustainable development processes: the “Sustainability Revamping Systems” (http://www.srseuropa.eu/eng/SRSsystem.php).
He carried out projects at EU, national, regional and local levels. These activities allowed him to develop some expertise in: – transport and development policies (since the 1970’s); – energy impact of transport systems, local employment and development initiatives, employment and labour policies (since the 1980’s); – environmental policies, sustainable development, Local Agenda 21 processes, sustainable tourism, transport and logistics (since the 1990’s); – social inclusion and the fight against poverty (since 2000).
His knowledge concerns also horizontal themes such as: complexity and system theories;governance, active citizenship and multi-cultural integration; organisational and legislative systems; creativity and win-win problem solving; project design and management; evaluation and monitoring of proposals, projects and plans.
He wrote several articles, papers, reports and books.
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