Decentramento Amministrativo - Notizie dal Mondo dei Governi locali e dal Comitato di Citta´ Unite

03.12.2014 10:15

Italiani, se ci siete battete un colpo!


Segnalo: il Governo Svedese ha avuto dall'Unione Europea un progetto da 3,5 milioni di euro per il decentramento in Ukraina, la Germania ha sostenuto (assieme ad UE, UNDP ed altri) la conferenza sulla Democratic Governance (compreso decentramento) in Africa che si è svolta a Dakar, la Associazione francese dei Comuni e delle Regioni ha pubblicato una guida sulla cooperazione.

Segnalo anche l'intervento del re del Marocco che nel suo messaggio al Parlamento ha fatto riferimento anche del decentramento.



             Fabrizio Pizzanelli

Associazione Funzionari senza Frontiere



Decentralisation Newsletter nº 52
November 2014
The Decentralisation Newsletter is published by the Decentralisation and Local Self-Government Committee of United Cities and Local Governments to disseminate current news on decentralisation processes around the world. We encourage you to contribute to this newsletter; please contact the Committee Secretary:
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  Sweden promotes decentralisation in Ukraine
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  King Mohammed VI highlights the decentralisation process in Morocco
During his annual message to the Moroccan Parliament last October, King Mohammed VI highlighted his commitment to continuing the decentralisation programme to improve the efficiency of local government. In the opinion of King Mohammed VI, the major challenge currently facing Morocco is not just the distribution of powers...
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On 10 November in Luxor (Egypt), representatives of the Euro-Mediterranean Regional and Local Assembly (ARLEM) and various members of the Committee of the Regions met for the first time since the ARLEM was created in 2010.The session focussed on discussing the working programme of the Union for the Mediterranean and implementation...
  The role of French local and regional governments in European development policy
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  Third High-Level Dialogue on Democratic Governance in Africa
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  Decentralisation and recentralisation processes in Latin America
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  19th EU Conference: The new European Urban Agenda
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Activities of the Committee
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  Local Government International Action Week
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