We believe that real development starts at the local level. Our programmes support individuals who strive to strengthen service delivery, innovate local economic development, and improve security and the rule of law. If you are an elected representative, civil servant, belong to an NGO, or a practitioner at a development organisation, then join one of our training programmes and get ready to learn about and experience governance from a typically local point of view!
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Deadline Today for the ‘Integrity of Civil Servants’ Training
Applicants from Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Georgia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey and Ukraine Encouraged to Apply The Hague Academy is pleased to announce the […]26 March 2017
Empowering Excluded Groups in Darfur
In addition to convening trainings in The Hague, the Academy conducts training missions abroad. These missions convene local officials and members of the community to […]21 March 2017
The City of The Hague welcomes new female mayor
Mrs. Pauline Krikke will be the new mayor of The Hague. She will be the successor to Jozias van Aartsen and she is the first female mayor of The Hague. From 2001 until 2013 she was mayor of the city of Arhem.13 February 2017