20/10 16:25

Оголошено переможців конкурсу «Дієва Громада»

20/10 13:36

Вже завтра відбудеться онлайн-марафон «Місцеві вибори 2020. На фінішній прямій»

19/10 18:37

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Next year decentralisation has to start working to capacity – reform perspectives have been discussed at the MinRegion

19/10 12:00

The MinRegion has prolonged a competitive selection of regional development projects to be funded by the EU for two weeks

16/10 15:50

Winners of the 2020 Best Practices of Local Self-Government contest has been announced by the MinRegion – a list

16/10 09:55

The Local Economic Development: Patterns, Resources and Financing Facilities manual

15/10 15:56

Agricultural lands from the state ownership to the communal one: the President has signed a decree

15/10 14:55

How and why should the local self-government efficiency be measured

15/10 11:20

The online marathon 2020 Local Elections: In the Finishing Straight will take place on October, 21

13/10 17:10

AUC urges the Parliament Head to immediately include the bill on local self-government reorganisation into the agenda

13/10 16:21

Metropolitan Governance in Kyiv: Council of Europe Survey

12/10 16:27

Funding for Hromadas: the President has signed the law

12/10 14:49

City hromadas are welcome to participate in the contest of municipal energy management introduction

12/10 10:17

An atlas of the new administrative and territorial arrangement of Ukraine has been created

09/10 18:56

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The round table “Local Self-Government Effectiveness Assessment: Ukrainian and Foreign Experience”

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Every village or city resident has the right to modern healthcare and education, accessible and high-quality administrative, communal, social services, good roads, clean and illuminated streets. Though people can influence the quality of these services only when those responsible for providing them are located nearby. Local self-government bodies, i.e. village, town, city councils and their executive committees, are the closest authorities to people. Therefore, they should have broad powers and sufficient funds to be able to resolve all local issues and bear responsibility for it.

For this purpose, decentralisation takes place in Ukraine – the powers and funds are being transferred from the state authorities to local self-government bodies, thus, as close to people as possible.

The reform has been implemented since 2014 and has already achieved some results you can get acquainted with HERE

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