ICLD

ITP FAQ

What does an ITP cost?
ICLD covers the following costs during the training:
– Participation fee and training materials.
– Travel to and from workshops and Sweden. Board and lodging costs during workshops and time spent in Sweden.
– Insurance for participants when travelling outside their home country in connection with the training.
Do I have to speak English?
Participants are expected to be able to write, discuss, and make presentations in English, so they need to have high levels of fluency in the language.

How do I apply?
The application must be submitted before the application period expires and be submitted online here. The application page also contains details of what to include with your application. Once you have been accepted, and you and your organisation’s leader have confirmed that you will be participating in the programme, you will receive a letter containing all the information you need.
The training will require you to be in good health and capable of full-time work. ICLD operates an anti-discrimination policy and all training courses are open to anyone, irrespective of physical ability. If you have any type of disability, please let us know, so that we can resolve any practical issues that may arise.

Can I bring any of my family members with me to the training sessions?
No, course participants may not be accompanied by family members.

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Projects

Municipal Partnership

KP - Equal value in the Democratic process -Project

Municipal Partnership

KP - Collaboration Between Borlänge and Chisinau to increase the competence of the teachers in the areas of Autism & ADHD

Municipal Partnership

KP - Education project

Municipal Partnership

Kp - To strengthen the inclusion of young mothers in the local community

Knowledge Centre

Partnerskap på väg mot ökad lokal demokrati, IQA-rapport 2016

Russian and Swedish cities face similar challenges


How can Swedish urban planning in Kiruna be relevant in the Russian town of Kostomuksha, 800 km to the east?
“We saw more similarities than differences,” says architect, Anne Faurskov, of AFARkitektur in Copenhagen.
And if you add Gällivare to the equation, the result is still the same.


12 December

Study says: Obstacles to reach gender equality


For the last seventeen years, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia have been striving to institutionalize gender equity and equality.
This has been achieved by developing legal and policy frameworks, establishing institutional gender mainstreaming mechanisms and engendering national statistical institutions.
“Despite the advanced institutionalization of gender issues, the lives of women have not significantly improved during this period,” says professor Annika Björkdahl and Lejla Somun-Kruoalija, independent researcher, in a recently published study.


05 December

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Visby / Nyhet

ICLD’s Fieldwork Grant

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Stockholm / Nyhet

Added value working with advisory experts

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Cape Town/Harare / Nyhet

Strengthen your brand by municipal funding

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Karelia / Nyhet

"Life Without Borders" break up isolation

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Stockholm / News

Talk about local democracy focusing on women's participation.

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Publication

KC-Björkdahl and Somun-Krupalija (2018) Global talk - Local walk, SDG#5 on Gender Equality