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The border regions of Mali, Niger, and Libya are far out of reach of these states’ central governments. Local governance is usually in the hands of traditional authorities, such as tribal chiefs and imams. Yet the ever-increasing presence of armed groups, as well as ensuing external interventions, are putting the delicate balances of power in these areas under pressure.
The Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR) is implementing a Sida-funded project – Resilience in Local Governance: Reslog - in Turkey and Lebanon aiming at resilient and sustainable local governance systems in light of the Syria refugee crisis.
DeLoG is providing for a tutored E-learning Course covering a wide range of decentralisation and local governance (DLG) related topics, structured along six modules. The first module “an introduction to decentralisation, Local Governance and development effectiveness” will give participants a well-grounded start and an overview on DLG within international agendas.
The DeLoG team would like to invite you to participate in the tutored E-learning course on “Enhancing Development Effectiveness for Decentralisation and Local Governance”, taking place from the 7th of May until the 7th of July 2018.
DeLoG, the „Development Partners Network on Decentralisation and Local Governance“, is organizing another joint learning event in Brussels, from 25-28 January 2017. This upcoming event aims to provide insights on the nexus between local governance and sustaining peace in fragile and conflict affected settings.
Set-up of the course