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NEW DEADLINE: THURSDAY, 30TH JUNE 2016

Decentralisation: Ghana

Local Government System: Ghana

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LGS 2016 CAREER DEVELOPMENT

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GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

NEW PROGRAM DATE ANNOUNCEMENT

New Start Date: 13Th June, 2016

End: 5Th August, 2016

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ILGS  RESUMES CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Accra, June, 13 2016- The Institute of Local Government Studies (ILGS) has begun training of the next batch of staff of the Local Government Service under its continuous professional development program. The objective of the is to equip staff of of the Local Government Service with first-hand knowledge of the Local Government System of Ghana including institutional structures and linkages. Read more...

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ILGS ORGANISES JOINT TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR DCEs and PRESIDING MEMBERS IN GREATER ACCRA REGION

The Institute of Local Government Studies has organised a two day Joint Training Programme for Metropolitan, Municipal, District Chief Executives and Presiding Members in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana from Wednesday 22nd June to Thursday 23rd June 2016 at the Accra campus.

The training was intended to explore the extent of conflicts between the two leaders of the Assembly and use problem solving strategies to equip them on how to deal and manage them.

The training programme is essential to the main people who inject innovative and creative approaches into the development of the Districts to know of real/perceived conflicts and how to manage them towards the effective development of the District.


 Joint Training

 

 

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NALAG EXECUTIVE COUNCIL VISITS ILGS-21/04/16

 

The newly constituted Executive Council of the National Association of Local Authorities of Ghana (NALAG) has paid a courtesy call on the director of the ILGS. The purpose of the meeting was to introduce the newly elected Executive Council Members and to seek new ways of collaboration with the ILGS.

NALAG Visit

The director of the ILGS, in welcoming the team congratulated the newly executives  and assured them of the institute's readiness to further deepen the collaboration that already existed between the two organisations. He outlined two key capacity building areas; Geographic Information System for Planning and Local Economic Development where the institute can collaborate with NALAG to train Planners of the District Assemblies.

The President of NALAG, Mr Isaac Ashai Odamtten who is also the MCE of Tema Metropolitan Assembly reiterated NALAG's commitment to issues of decentralisation and local governance and utilisation of human resource capacity both in practice and policy. Present at the meeting was the General Secretary of NALAG, Hon. Agnes Naa Momo Lartey and other members of the Executive Council.

Mr Isaac Ashai Odamtten

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INAUGURAL AND TECHNICAL MEETING OF POLICY TO PRACTICE PROJECT OF THE CHILD AND FAMILY WELFARE POLICY (CFWP)


The Ministry of Gender Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP) and UNICEF have developed a comprehensive Child and Family Welfare Policy (CFWP) that seeks to address the challenges affecting children's welfare in Ghana in order to ensure effective coordination of child and family welfare system at all levels.

Inaugural and Technical Meeting

 

The Policy seeks to establish a well-structured and coordinated Child and Family Welfare system that promotes the wellbeing of children, prevent abuse and protect children from harm.  The Institute having signed an MOU with UNICEF to implement this dubbed " From Policy to Practice: Rolling out the Child and Family Welfare Policy through Capacity Strengthening of Social Development Workforce" has organised an inaugural and technical meeting on Monday 11Th April 2016 with UNICEF and a Technical Working Group (TRWG) constituted by the former.  Read more about specific objectives...

 

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ILGS JOUNAL OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Journal of Local Government ( JLG) is part of a broader initiative by the institute to deepen local government in Ghana.  It is intended to provide a platform for academics  and practitioners to discuss and disseminate  contemporary research and policy issues affecting local government in Ghana and the world at large.

                                                                                          

ILGS MONTHLY LECTURE SERIES

The MONTHLY LECTURES will give a platform for ILGS staff members and

external experts to present their latest research findings in the area of decentralization in order to promote academic dialogue and knowledge sharing.

                                                                             

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ACCRA CAMPUS

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Phone: 0302508817

Fax :    0302508818



TAMALE CAMPUS

Email:   tamale@ilgs- edu.org

Phone: 0372023972

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Fax:    0372023953

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