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2021/22 Graduate Programmes. Apply online Now.

23 March, 2020

The Institute runs three major programmes for its prospective students. For professionals who desire to advance their knowledge in their chosen field, there are professional development courses they could go for. And for those who desire to have their first or second degree in local government related courses, or pursue both degrees,  there are courses available for them as well. Also, those who wish to have a diploma certificate in public development will find a diploma programme available for them.

The Institute runs three major programmes for its prospective students. For professionals who desire to advance their knowledge in their chosen field, there are professional development courses they could go for. And for those who desire to have their first or second degree in local government related courses, or pursue both degrees, there are courses available for them as well. Also, those who wish to have a diploma certificate in public development will find a diploma programme available for them Read more: https://yen.com.gh/114656-institute-local-government-studies-courses-admission-requirements.html

Admissions into Graduate and Undergraduate Programmes

23 March, 2020

Online admissions are opened all year into our graduate programmes and soon to be advertised our undergraduate programmes.

20 Years of Building Capacity in Local Governance and Decentralisation

23 March, 2020

ILGS has been undertaking local government capacity building and training for the past twenty years. This culminated into mounting graduate level masters programmes since 2011. We are happy to deepen and promote local government research at all levels and to affect policy.

2020 Assembly Members Orientation Programme-Greater Accra Event

23 March, 2020
Accra, Aug 10, GNA-The Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development (MLGRD) and the Institute of Local Government Studies (ILGS), have launched an orientation and training programme for members of Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs)in Accra.
It is part of efforts to build capacities of newly elected and appointed district assembly members (AMs); education and training is a key demand for effective job performance.
The roles that have been assigned to them in the Local Governance Act, 2016 (Act 936) requires that they demonstrate certain leadership qualities and traits, as well as mobilise the residents for participatory governance at the community level.

ILGS interacts with MMDAs and RCCs in Greater Accra Region

02 October, 2021

The Institute of Local Government Studies as part of its drive to engage and... enroll more local government practitioners on its flagship post graduate programmes has become a series of interactions with the MMDAs and RCCs in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.

Nationwide Assembly Members Training:Official Launch

23 March, 2020

Accra, Aug 10, 2020 GNA-The Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development (MLGRD) and the Institute of Local Government Studies (ILGS), have launched an orientation and training programme for members of Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs)in Accra.

ILGS Opinion Piece: Advancing Local Government Reforms in Ghana: A Shift not a Shake Up

23 March, 2020

Advancing Local Government Reforms in Ghana: A Shift not a Shake Up By Ivy A. Adorboe, Institute of Local Government Studies, Accra

The service orientation of Ghana’s local government system has been practiced for over thirty years with reoccurring challenges such as poor engagement between citizens and local government functionaries, ineffective delivery of basic services such as drainage, sanitation and waste management, and uncontrolled development and sprawls to list a few. While the current system has brought government closer to where people live, its weaknesses are overwhelming. Hence the need to shift gear as the Director General of the National Development Planning Commission advocated for in his recent speech on Ghana’s decentralisation

1D1F: 40 businesses approved in Western Region: Daily Graphic June 13Th

23 March, 2020

The government’s flagship programme, One-District, One-Factory (1D1F), in the Western Region is progressing steadily as some factories engaged in rubber processing and ceramics have fully taken off.Other factories under the programme are at various stages of completion or are sourcing funding to speed up the process in their quest to add value to the enormous raw materials the region is endowed with.

The Local Government Practitioners' Forum

23 March, 2020

The Local Governance Practitioners Forum (LGPF) is a broad based membership platform that comprises of key institutions of Ghana’s local governance system. The platform provides an inclusive space for diverse policy actors (researchers, central and local policy makers, local governments, private enterprises, bureaucrats, civil society organizations (CSOs), development partners, politicians and political parties, and the media) to share research and practice evidence on democratic and developmental local governance.

Validation Workshop on LGS Manuals

23 March, 2020

The institute in collaboration with the Local Government Service organised a validation workshop on specific manuals developed to deliver continuous professional courses at the local level.

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