All posts tagged in Decentralisation & Inter-administrative Relations

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

Discussing aid effectiveness in Mozambique

Over the last fifteen years, Mozambique has pursued a decentralization model which combines the deconcentration of public services at provincial and district level, with […]

17 April 2012

Decentralisation is the empowerment of people through the empowerment of their local governments.

“Decentralisation is the empowerment of people through the empowerment of their local governments”, was one of the main definitions on decentralisation during the training […]

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

“Even experienced decentralisation practitioners are provided with relevant new insights”

Even experienced decentralisation practitioners are provided with relevant new insights “The summercourse decentralisation combines professional facilitation with renowned experts and a pleasant learning environment”, […]

Decentralisation, Democratisation & Development

This question was discussed during the training course ‘Decentralisation, Democratisation & Development’, which took place from 14 – 25 March 2011 at The Hague […]

Partnerships with UNCDF and The Urban Institute

As part of The Hague Academy’s efforts to strengthen its ties to leading research and implementing organisations in the field of local governance and […]

The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Local Governments

The international economic slowdown has had  a deep impact on local governance. It challenges local governments to improve their economic policies and increase their […]

Exchanging experiences in decentralisation and EU accession

On 27 November 48 civil servants from ten countries in Southeastern Europe successfully completed the two-week training programme ‘Decentralisation & EU Accession’, organised by […]