All posts tagged in Subnational Conflict, Security and Peacebuilding

First module Governance and Rule of Law ‘inspiring and insightful’

Monday 7th of July the first two week block of the training programme ‘Governance and Rule of Law in Societies of Early Transition and […]

29 July 2014

Darfur governors discuss peace efforts

Under the umbrella of the Sudan Peace-building for Development Project and the Sudan/South Sudan Cross-border Initiative, the World Bank asked The Hague Academy to […]

20 June 2013

Building Bridges between the Military and Local Authorities

Given the complex realities of present-day conflict and post-conflict reconstruction, contemporary international peacekeeping missions are multifaceted, involving military, political and development issues. For the […]

21 November 2012

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 […]

04 September 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

I would love… world peace!”

This was what participants to the ‘Peacebuilding & Reconstruction’-course tried to achieve. The course focused on decentralisation as means to strengthen a fragile or […]

How to deal with local governance in fragile states?

In November and December The Hague Academy developed and organised two pilot courses for VNG international in cooperation with IKV Pax Christi. The subject […]

First session of Peacebuilding course “a great learning experience”

In the first two weeks of June, the training course “Peacebuilding and Local Governance” took place at The Hague Academy. This was the first […]