To share best practices of good governance in European local administration for strengthening the development of the local government in South Caucasus.
This is the main objective of the international seminar that is taking place today (19th of April) in Tbilisi, Georgia, promoted by ALDA and Georgian Institute of Public Administration, in the framework of a Council of Europe�s programme.

 

The seminar is a fundamental event to identify the needs and the perspectives of the Association of Local Authorities to promote local governance and local democracy in these region and its countries which belong to the Council of Europe.
ALDA believe that the cooperation and experience it can offer through the network of Municipalities, NGOs and other partners it has throughout Europe can provide a great benefit for the development of Local governance in South Caucasus.
The seminar follow the international conference promoted by ALDA with the Council of Europe, GTZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft f�r Technische Zusammenarbeit), NALAS (Network of Local Authorities Associations of South Eastern Europe) and LDA Georgia, that took plase last December in Kutaisi.
This seminar will be repeated also in Armenia and in Azerbaijan in the next months.

To share best practices of good governance in European local administration for strengthening the development of the local government in South Caucasus.
This is the main objective of the international seminar that is taking place today (19th of April) in Tbilisi, Georgia, promoted by ALDA and Georgian Institute of Public Administration, in the framework of a Council of Europe�s programme.

 

The seminar is a fundamental event to identify the needs and the perspectives of the Association of Local Authorities to promote local governance and local democracy in these region and its countries which belong to the Council of Europe.
ALDA believe that the cooperation and experience it can offer through the network of Municipalities, NGOs and other partners it has throughout Europe can provide a great benefit for the development of Local governance in South Caucasus.
The seminar follow the international conference promoted by ALDA with the Council of Europe, GTZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft f�r Technische Zusammenarbeit), NALAS (Network of Local Authorities Associations of South Eastern Europe) and LDA Georgia, that took plase last December in Kutaisi.
This seminar will be repeated also in Armenia and in Azerbaijan in the next months.