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Alumni event in Tanzania

mars 14 , kl. 14:00 18:00

Welcome all Alumni in Dar es Salaam!

ICLD together with the Embassy of Sweden and the Swedish Institute invite all our Sweden/SI and ICLD Alumni in Tanzania to an afternoon of interactive seminars – Local Democracy Labs – to discuss relevant policy dilemmas with academic experts. The Lab session will be followed by a social gathering where you can meet and connect with peers.

Where: Four Points by Sheraton, Dar es Salaam (on-site participation only)
When:
14 March, 2-6 pm
Open for:
Alumni of ICLD, SI and Sida programmes



Agenda

  • Plenary
  • Local Democracy Labs: parallel interactive seminars
    Discuss relevant policy dilemmas!
    You will be asked to submit a question or challenge that is relevant in your current work or for your local government. You will be placed in one of the following thematic groups, where these identified challenges will be the basis for interactive discussions with leading researchers and fellow Alumni.
    • Democracy and Human Rights
      Session leader: Dr. Jeremia Yulli
    • Gender Equality
      Session leader: Dr. Lilian Mtasingwa
    • Social accountability/Ethics and Anti-corruption
      Session leader: Dr. Kenny Manara
    • Climate change
      Session leader: Dr. Ronald Ndesanjo
  • Reflections and way forward
  • Reception with refreshments


Note: Registration is binding. Spots are limited and participants are selected on a first come first serve basis.

The event is open for: Sweden/SI and ICLD Alumni in Tanzania. The event is free of charge but ICLD cannot cover any transportation or accommodation.

Lab Leaders

Dr. Yulli Jeremia Bebia is a Lecturer in the Department of History, Political Science and Development Studies. His areas of teaching include Local Government Administration, Gender and Politics, Political Science, and Political Philosophy. Dr. Bebia’s research interest include the Political Economy of Digital Communication, Information Systems Management, Big Data Analytics and the Dynamics of Digital Era Governance.

Dr. Lilian V. Mtasingwa is a Lecturer in Development Studies with interests in Gender and Development, and Communication for Development. She has completed a PhD thesis on ‘Women’s Representation and Participation in the Local Government in Tanzania’.

Dr. Kenny Manara is a lecturer at the Institute of Development Studies with research interests local governance, civil society, social capital, and policy analysis, in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Dr. Ronald Ndesanjo is a Human Ecologist by training and registered Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Expert (NEMC/EIA 0191) with vast experience in Environmental and Natural Resource Management, and Livelihoods. Currently a Lecturer at IDS, Dr. Ndesanjo’s research interests include: Climate Change Vulnerability, Adaptation and Mitigation; Social and Ecological Systems’ Resilience; Environment, Livelihoods and Development, and Class and Natural Resource Tenure.