To carry out the Hourly Reform, the Government, through the Secretariat of Transparency and Open Government and together with the Platform for the Hourly Reform, have designed a participation process so that citizens are given the chance to contribute their opinions on how to make the reform really happen.
This is why twelve sessions have been planned to take place across the territory as venues for the debate of challenges and opportunities posed to Catalans by the Reform. Attendees are invited to contribute their views on how to address the strains and pressures brought about by the hourly reform on the ordinary functioning of society.
For further info about the scheduling of sessions, click here. Term for inscriptions to attend the participation sessions shall open as of 1 September.
Other than the sessions, which are planned for the autumn, those willing to contribute to the discussion may do so on line too (soon to be working at participa.gencat.cat).