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Categories: Previous events | Author: Monika Kresic | Posted: 6/23/2016 | Views: 2982
Awareness Raising Workshops on "Cities without Corruption - Cities with Future" (March 5-14 2012)
As a part of Urban Governance capacity building activities of the WB-Austria Urban Partnership Program, we organized a series of Awareness Raising Workshops on "Cities without Corruption - Cities with Future" targeting municipal decision makers and other local government officials. The workshops were organized in on March 5 in Zagreb, Croatia; March 7 in Tirana, Albania; March 13 in Belgrade, Serbia and March 14 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.  In total there were around 110 participants from four countries. Participants were comprised of Mayors, Deputy Mayors, City Managers, Heads of Urban Planning, Administration, Finance departments as well as LGA representatives, NGOs and international organizations (including USAID, GIZ, Regional Anticorruption Initiative Secretariat for SEE, etc.). Workshops offered to participants an innovative and practical approach on how to treat and prevent the vulnerability of local governments to corruption, to enhance the efficiency, transparency, and accountability of services delivered at the city level.  The approach implies a strategic and participatory process conducted inside local governments.  A case study from La Paz, Bolivia was featured to illustrate the systemic approach, which was disseminated and adapted successfully in CEE/SEE local governments through the joint efforts of FPDL (Partners Foundation for Local Development - Romania) and WBI, attracting the interest of mayors, practitioners and academics.  In 2011, this innovative approach was granted the UN Public Service Award, a prestigious international recognition. If you would like to apply this approach and receive Expert's support in treating and preventing vulnerability to corruption in your city please see www.fpdl.ro for more information.
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