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ILGS/MLGRD/DACF NATIONWIDE TRAINING PROGRAMME ON ‘EFFECTIVE FUNCTIONALITY OF THE PUBLIC RELATIONS AND COMPLAINTS COMMITTEE (PRCC) AND THE NEXT GENERATION LEADERSHIP’ FOR ASSEMBLY MEMBERS OF MMDAs

01 December, 2022
The Institute of Local Government Studies (ILGS) in collaboration with the Ministry of Local Government, Decentralisation and Rural Development (MLGRD) and the District Assemblies Common Fund (DACF) is organising a 4-Day Nationwide Training Programme on ‘Effective Functionality of the Public Relations and Complaints Committee (PRCCT) and the Next Generation Leadership’ for Assembly Members (AMs) of MMDAs. The residential programme is scheduled to take place in series of training events at the Institute’s Accra Campus, Ogbojo-Accra from 28th November to 22nd December, 2022.

Executive Strategic Leadership and Management Course for Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs)

14 November, 2022
Executive Strategic Leadership and Management Course for Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs), November - 14 2022, Accra. The Institute of Local Government Studies in Collaboration with the Ministry of Local Government, Decentralisation and Rural Development (MLGRD) and the Swizz State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) organized a One Week Certificate Course on Executive Strategic Leadership and Management for MMDCEs from Monday 14th November 2022. The Executive Strategic Leadership and Management Course was designed for Chief Executives of Ghana’s LGs to master the art of leading and managing local governance and development. The course was designed from the functions…

Next Generation Leadership Training for Assembly Members

10 November, 2022
ILGS in collaboration with the Ministry of Local Government Rural Development and Decentralisation and partners is organising a series of 3-day Next Generation Leadership Training for Assembly Members of forty (40) selected districts of the REEL-G Pilot Project from 7th to 30th November, 2022. The leadership programme is intended to enhance competencies of participants for effective performance of their representative, deliberative, legislative, executive and oversight duties as well as obligations.

Undergraduate Programme: BSc. Governance and Development Studies Admissions

20 October, 2022
ADMISSIONS FOR 2022/23 ACADEMIC YEAR The four-year programme in Governance and Development Studies with specialisation in Local Government Admistration, Local Economic Development, Social Development, Environmental Management, Private Sector Development is now open for admissions. Application forms can be downloaded from our website. An applicant is requested to complete the Application Form in BLOCK LETTERS with all the relevant information as Ensure copies of certificates/ results slips and any other relevant academic records are enclosed. Two (2) recent Passport sized Photographs, one of which should be affixed to the form. The other 2 should be endorsed by a Senior Public Officer…

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.
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