Report- High Level Breakfast Meeting on LED

26 September, 2022
High Level Breakfast Meeting- Promoting Local Economic Development to Create Jobs, September - 09 - 2022, Accra. The Institute of Local Government Studies held a High Level Breakfast Meeting on Promoting Local Economic Development to Create Jobs on 9th September, 2022 in Accra. The discussions centered on Lessons from the Nationwide Training on the Next Generation Local Economic Development (NGLED) and Emerging Issues and the localisation of the national agenda for job creation.

High Level Breakfast Meeting- Promoting Local Economic Development to Create Jobs

12 September, 2022
High Level Breakfast Meeting- Promoting Local Economic Development to Create Jobs, September - 09 - 2022, Accra. The Institute of Local Government Studies held a High Level Breakfast Meeting on Promoting Local Economic Development to Create Jobs on 9th September, 2022 in Accra. The discussions centered on Lessons from the Nationwide Training on the Next Generation Local Economic Development (NGLED) and Emerging Issues and the localisation of the national agenda for job creation.

High Level Breakfast Meeting- Promoting Local Economic Development to Create Jobs

12 September, 2022
High Level Breakfast Meeting- Promoting Local Economic Development to Create Jobs, September - 09 - 2022, Accra. The Institute of Local Government Studies held a High Level Breakfast Meeting on Promoting Local Economic Development to Create Jobs on 9th September, 2022 in Accra. The discussions centered on Lessons from the Nationwide Training on the Next Generation Local Economic Development (NGLED) and Emerging Issues and the localisation of the national agenda for job creation.

2021/2022 SPECIAL ADMISSIONS COHORT MATRICULATION

30 August, 2022
2021/2022 SPECIAL ADMISSIONS COHORT MATRICULATION The Institute held a Matriculation ceremony for its 2021/2022 Special Admissions Cohort on Friday, 26th August, 2022 at the Institute's campus at Ogbojo, Accra. By administration of the Matriculation Oath, a total number of forty seven (47) students were admitted as junior members in stautu pupilari of the Institute of Local Government Studies by the Director, Prof. Nicholas Awortwi. Prof. Awortwi in a speech urged the students to be critical thinkers and suggest ideas from the knowledge they acquire during their studies. He indicated that four additional Master's programmes have been added to the existing…

Delegation from Zimbabwean Local Government visits ILGS

28 June, 2022
A six member delegation from the Zimbabwean Local Government Board and the Ministry of Local Government and Public Works, led by the Chief Director of the Office of the Head of Local Government Service, Mr. James Oppong-Mensah, paid a courtesy call to the Management and Staff of the Institute of Local Government Studies on Tuesday, 21st June, 2022. The delegation led by the Permanent Secretary of the Mininstry of Local Government and Public Works, Mr. Z. R. Churu was in Ghana for a benchmarking visit. Prof. Nicholas Awortwi, the Director of ILGS, welcomed the delegation and briefed them on the…

Job Opportunity-Senior Lecturers and Lecturers: Public and Policy Management, Public Financial Management, Local Economic Development, Environmental Management/Science, Corporate Leadership/Governance, Development Studies, MIS, GIS, Gender Studies

29 August, 2022
The Institute of Local Government Studies (ILGS) is a public management institute, established under Act 647 of 2003. It is mandated to organize the training of both staff and members of the regional coordinating councils, district assemblies, and other lower local government units to enhance the managerial, administrative, financial and operational efficiency of organs and units of local government. The ILGS also runs four Masters level programmes in Local Government Administration, Local Economic Development, Public Financial Management and Environmental Science, Policy and Management as well as other short-term certificate and postgraduate certificate courses. The ILGS is currently undergoing a re-organization…
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