Local public services such as health care, waste management, water supply, and social security have a huge impact on our daily lives. Unfortunately, in many countries the poor often lack access to these important services.
Nuffic (The Netherlands Organisation for International Cooperation in Higher Education) offers fellowships for training courses in The Netherlands. These fellowships seek to develop and strengthen the skills and abilities of professionals to enable their organisations and communities to succeed in an ever-changing world.
Last week, The Hague Academy for Local Governance announced that new Nuffic fellowships have become available for the open subscription courses taking place in Autumn 2018. Two fellowship programmes are now open for applications: the Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP) and the MENA Scholarship Programme (MSP). The deadline to apply for both funding opportunities for the upcoming Hague Academy courses is 15 March 2018!.
From 9 to 20 April 2018, The Hague Academy for Local Governance organizes its ‘Integrity & Anti-corruption’ training in The Hague. This course is intended for consultants and professionals working for; government, international organisations or NGOs and who are involved in anti-corruption, transparency and accountability processes in relation to development and governance. It will help you better understand the drivers of corruption and strengthen your analytical and practical skills at the same time.