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Le concept d'intelligence territoriale : apports du Conseil de l'Europe (47 Etats membres, Strasbourg) : L'intelligence territoriale doit intégrer les biens publics mondiaux (ONU/PNUD) et les objectifs culturels (Conseil de l'europe).

Abstract : The question here is to see how the concept of territorial intelligence may change in light of ideas put into practice in recent years by international organizations, and now constantly evolving by their application in various European or global territorialisation processes (social and economic, environmental, strategic, virtual, etc.). These new fundamental concepts are recognized in common by the Council of Europe, the United Nations and UNESCO in the writing of Conventions or common Directives, and in territorialisation processes : − based on territorial economic intelligence, first example, by putting the economy of the territories into networks by putting forward the concept of "Global Public Good" (UN/UNDP) that gives priority to "Global Public Goods" according to the Millennium Development Objectives (MDO) - a United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), priorities to fighting poverty and famine or fighting inequalities of sex and resources, priorities to education, health networks, priorities to environmental preservation, employment, equitable trade, democratic governance, etc. − or based on strategic intelligence, second example, in management and prevention of conflicts in Europe, by putting forward the concept of "cultural democracy" that maintains the cultural diversity of the populations, the intercultural and inter-religious dialogue, according to the principles of the European Council. These concepts impact territorial development, in particular the Regions. These recent ideas provide a common basis for thought on a new concept of territorial intelligence for which we will try to give a definition, a concept already entered into application by the Regions of Europe and the world through reinforcement of their ties with the UN/UNDP since 2007. Territorial intelligence is analyzed in light of the four founding principles of the Council of Europe (the Great Europe of 47 member States), which are the Human Rights (concept of Global Public Good) and democracy (Democratic Governance) ; social cohesion ; intercultural and inter-religious dialogue (concept of "Cultural Democracy") ; the European peace and security space ("Culture of Peace"). Here, the question is "Global Public Good" (origin : UN/UNDP), "Cultural Democracy" (origin : Council of Europe) ; but also the ideas of "Ethical Economics" and "Nethics" - ethics of the Net (origins : UNESCO).
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Annie Humbert-Droz Swezey. Le concept d'intelligence territoriale : apports du Conseil de l'Europe (47 Etats membres, Strasbourg) : L'intelligence territoriale doit intégrer les biens publics mondiaux (ONU/PNUD) et les objectifs culturels (Conseil de l'europe).. 6th International Conference of Territorial Intelligence "Tools and methods of Territorial Intelligence", Oct 2008, Besançon, France. ⟨halshs-00982690⟩

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