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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Projects

24 new international partnerships to boost local democracy

Borlänge and Lodwar in Kenya, Gothenburg and Nelson Mandela Bay in South Africa and Växjö and JB Marks in South Africa are some of the new partners that recently got approval for their mutual projects within ICLD Municipal Partnership Programme.

19 December

New publication: Financing small and medium towns

During a regional workshop in Yogyakarta on access to urban services for inclusive development in Asia co-arranged by the ICLD and East-West Center a new ICLD publication was officially launched. The Research Report examines financing of small and medium towns in India using Action Resarch.

14 December

Current

Visby / Press

24 new international partnerships for Swedish municipalities

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Falun / News

New perspective for a young democracy after visiting Falun

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Only benefits with mixed teams in new programme

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Visby / News

International programme with mixed teams a new approach

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24 new international partnerships to boost local democracy

Visby / News

Publication

KC – Manor, J (2011) Perspectives on Decentralisation