19/01 12:53

21 січня - презентація результатів програми CANactions School SPACES

Івано-Франківська область

18/01 17:29

96% of local budgets have been approved – data by the Ministry of Finances

18/01 17:03

79% of social facilities have been transferred to the hromada communal ownership – data by the MinRegion

18/01 15:35

The Role of Local Government Associations

18/01 14:27

Two hromadas of the Kherson region have concluded tourism development cooperation agreements

Херсонська область

16/01 15:14

Ico photo

Grants for public organisations by the Embassy of Finland

15/01 16:17

Funding rayon councils of the newly-established rayons – experts’ clarifications

15/01 16:00

January, 18 – a webinar for education managers dedicated to accounting services and financial autonomy for educational establishments

15/01 14:54

Decentralisation and culture: the task is to preserve what we have and give substance to it

15/01 14:10

Providing social services at ASCs – experts’ recommendations

14/01 16:31

NB: the MinRegion has confirmed the Codifier of Administrative and Territorial Units and Territorial Hromada Territories

14/01 13:40

On «deputy guarantees» and average salary payment from the local budget

14/01 12:47

January, 15: the law, making it possible to serve at local self-government bodies at the age of 65+, is coming into force

14/01 09:15

Announcement: the term of entries acceptance has been prolonged. The mass media competition, dedicated to accessible administrative services

13/01 15:04

Announcement: January, 19 - webinar «Implementing a gender approach at the hromada public institutions using ASC as an example»

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