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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Knowledge Centre

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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.

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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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Publication

KC – Cheema, G S (2011) Engaging Civil Society to Promote Democratic Local Governance: Emerging Trends and Policy Implications in Asia