ICLD

Follow-ups

Follow-up and evaluation work is conducted on a yearly basis to ensure that the programmes develop in line with the experience gained and understanding developed during the training programmes. The most important part of the process involves determining whether the programmes have actually helped generate the preconditions for combatting poverty. We also examine whether the programmes have helped build durable networks that remain in place, even once the programme itself has come to an end. 

Change management work takes time. ICLD has extensive experience of conducting international development programmes that focus on local democracy, which enables us to build on lessons learned. We know, for example, that it is important to include both practical and theoretical elements in the programmes, and that development occurs on all levels – both organisationally and individually.

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Political and Social Inclusion in Asian Cities - Indonesia Case Study

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Political and Social Inclusion in Asian Cities - Vietnam Case Study

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Political and Social Inclusion in Asian Cities - India Case Study

Knowledge Centre

KC - Cheema, S (2018) Access to Urban Services for Inclusive Development in Asia

International Training Programmes

ITP – Gender Mainstreaming Local Democracy

ICLD has the tools for working with 2030 Agenda

There are numerous ways in which Swedish local authorities can work with the 2030 Agenda. One method that is particularly effective is to get involved in a partnership in order to learn more and address some of the shared challenges we face. In an analysis, ICLD provides an overview of the organisation’s activities that are linked to the 2030 Agenda.

14 Juni

Good learning experience for visitors from JB Marks

They’re very ambitious, they have multiple goals, and many of their challenges are shared. When Växjö and JB Marks Local Municipality from South Africa talk about municipal partnerships, the strategic objective ranges across the entire Agenda 2030 map.
“We’ve created a project focus that will give us opportunities for collaboration. What we now need to do is build support for and formulate a project application,” says Annika Ström of the Institute for Local and Regional Democracy (ID).

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ICLD is seeking a Research Coordinator

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Talk about local democracy focusing on women's participation.

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ICLD invites to events in Cape Town and Harare on Municipal Financing

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ICLD has the tools for working with 2030 Agenda

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Life-changing experience for visitors from JB Marks

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Publication

KC – Avonius, L (2014) Mapping Spaces for democratic participation in South Aceh, Indonesia