• 15 January 2016

    Helpdesk Studies for Rwanda and Zimbabwe

    Helpdesk Studies for Rwanda and Zimbabwe In January SKL International is finalising two desk-studies under its Helpdesk for Public Administration and Democracy in Africa. The two short term desk studies are commissioned by Sida at the Swedish Embassies in Rwanda and Zimbabwe The study for Rwanda describes and make a brief analysis of the legal […]

  • 15 December 2015

    Ukrainian heads of education sector together in Stockholm

    Ukrainian heads of education sector together in Stockholm During the first week of December, key-officials and directors of the Ukrainian Education sector came together in Stockholm as part of the Support to Decentralization in Ukraine Project (DSP). The delegation was led by Ms. Liliya Hrynevych, Head of the Committee on Education and Science of the […]

  • 14 December 2015

    New project in support of decentralization in Tunisia

    A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the implementing partners of a Tunisia Local Governance Project 2015 – 17 in Uppsala, Sweden in presence of the King of Sweden Carl XVI Gustaf and the President of Tunisia Béji Caîd Essebsi. The Project […]

  • 09 December 2015

    Tools for better municipal management interest Guatemalan mayors

    Tools for better municipal management interest Guatemalan mayors The use of municipal indicators for analysis, goal-setting, management and follow-up was the theme for a study visit by mayors from Guatemala to Sweden early December. The mayors were invited because their municipalities had won the top positions in a raking of the best functioning municipalities in […]

  • 09 December 2015

    Sahab Municipality, SKL International and Future Pioneers host Swedish Parliamentary Visit to Jordan

    Sahab Municipality, SKL International and Future Pioneers host Swedish Parliamentary Visit to Jordan On Tuesday 8th December, Sahab Municipality, SKL International and the Jordanian NGO, Future Pioneers, hosted a visit by a joint delegation from  the Swedish Parliamentary Committee of Foreign Affairs and the UN Association of Sweden. The focus of the overall mission to Jordan […]

  • 20 November 2015

    SKL INTERNATIONAL RECRUITING FOR TUNISIA PROJECT


    SKL International are currently implementing a 2-year Sida-financed project in cooperation with the National Federation of Tunisian Cities (FNVT) and the Directorate General for Local Authorities (DGCL), Ministry of Interior, entitled the ‘Tunisia Local Governance Project’ (TLGP). The project will work at the national and local level to strengthen Local Governance in Tunisia.

  • 29 October 2015

    Regional workshop on Urban Development through the SymbioCity Approach

    Regional workshop on Urban Development through the SymbioCity Approach During 19th – 23rd October, 23 urban planners and architects from cities in Georgia, Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey attended a regional workshop in Istanbul to learn more on how to use the SymbioCity Approach during planning, development and management of urban areas. The workshop is part […]

  • 13 October 2015

    PROCUREMENT OF SYMBIOCITY APPROACH SECRETARIAT ADVISORS, INCLUDING QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • 13 October 2015

    Preparing for post conflict interventions in Colombia

    Preparing for post conflict interventions in Colombia Based on a request from the Swedish Embassy, SKL International is conducting a pre-study to assess the conditions and perquisites for Swedish support in three focus areas all relating to local governance and decentralisation – civic participation, performance indicators with open comparisons and intergovernmental financing. Local governments are […]

  • 08 October 2015

    SKL International in Zimbabwe

    During 28th September – 7th October, SKL International carried out a pre-study on decentralization and local governance in Zimbabwe, on behalf of Sida and the Swedish Embassy in Harare. As well as meetings with the Ministry of Local Government, Urban and Rural Development in Harare, the team also met the Zimbabwe Local Government Association (ZILGA)