All posts tagged in Citizen Participation and Inclusive Governance

Local Elections Put Focus on the Future of Participation in Jordan

“[A]s political development is the gateway to the full participation of all segments of the grassroots and civil society institutions in the various aspects […]

15 August 2017

Video: Prioritising Citizen Participation to Build Communities in Zimbabwe

The Local Authorities Capacity Enhancement Project (LACEP) has changed the way communities in Zimbabwe think about participation. Through a series of democratic dialogues and […]

22 June 2017

Review Citizen Participation and Inclusive Governance 2015

  Turiyah Bakri, Working for ParePare Municipality in Indonesia. Participated in the training Citizen Participation and Inclusive Governance in 2015. “The practical and active approach […]

07 March 2016

Talent from Zambia: “Great experience in Dutch Municipality Leerdam”

Aldrin Sinkala from Zambia participated in the three-week talent for governance programme on citizen participation and inclusive governance and followed a short internship at the Dutch Municipality of Leerdam.

22 June 2015

Monitoring good governance and anti-discrimination policies in Croatia

Our colleague Lars Burema was in Zagreb, Croatia last week to discuss with Local Authorities and Civil Society organisations their role in fighting discrimination. They […]

02 June 2015

Local parties win municipal elections The Netherlands

The local elections of March 2014 showed a big victory for the local political parties. While the ruling social democrats and liberals lost ten percent […]

10 April 2014

Citizen participation and accountability: key elements for decentralisation

Citizen Participation and Accountability are key elements for every country striving for decentralisation. That’s why The Hague Academy for Local Governance annually organises a […]

09 July 2013

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

South Sudan: many challenges for local leaders

In South Sudan, the implementation of the 2009 Local Government Act seems largely stalled, real empowerment of the people over their government remains a […]

01 March 2012

New inspiration for better participation and accountability worldwide

From 12-23 September 2011, the participants of our training course “Citizen Participation and Accountability” were together in The Hague. The professionals coming from various […]

An enlighting journey’ through the world of Citizen Participation and Accountability….

…., ‘change of philosophy for starting new projects’ and ‘interesting for long term career’ are just some of the comments from the participants of […]