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Full fellowships for training Decentralisation, deadline 4 November

The Netherlands’ government offers full fellowships for the training course ‘Decentralisation’, as part of the Matra Pre-Accesion Training Programme on Rule of Law. The […]

01 November 2012

Many participants for this fall’s training courses

For our Local Economic Development and Local Service Delivery training courses this fall, we have two enthusiastic groups of participants waiting to begin. A […]

05 September 2012

Blended learning programme on Social and Economic affairs

What policies help to promote job creation? How is the social security system organised in The Netherlands? And what can be learned from experiences […]

04 September 2012

New training on strengthening the Rule of Law

The Hague Academy, together with the Asser Institute and Ecorys, will develop and organise a new training programme to support the transition process in […]

Promoting youth engagement in fragile states

In January 2012, SPARK and The Hague Academy for Local Governance, embarked on a new and exciting project, the Youth Engagement Program (YEP) in […]

Start new round of NFP fellowship applications

Until 2 October 2012 you can apply again for a NFP fellowship of Nuffic. This time for four of our training courses in 2013: Decentralisation, Democratisation […]

19 July 2012

Great dialogues and debates on decentralisation issues worldwide

From 2 until 6 of July the summer course Decentralisation and Local Governance took place in The Hague. Experienced participants came from all over […]

12 July 2012

Albanian delegation takes a peek in Dutch HRM kitchen

On 21 May 2012 the one-week study visit ‘Human Resource Management and Training’ started in the Hague, The Netherlands. Open courses at The Hague […]

05 June 2012

The Hague Academy has a vacancy for a Dutch intern

16 May 2012

Impressed by political participation of the youth

On 16 April 2012, the course ‘Citizen Participation and Accountability’ started in The Hague, the Netherlands. The participants came from different corners of the world, ranging from The United States and Iran, to Sudan and Tanzania. Some worked for their municipality, others worked for an NGO, but they all came together to share their experiences and learn about citizen participation and accountability.

15 May 2012