Global call to share good practices in public management

Posted by Local2030, January 31 2019 0 Perspectives
  • ORU Fogar and the UNDP have launched the fourth edition of the Regional Best Practices Award
  • The award is intended for intermediate governments around the world and the deadline for submitting applications is the 31st May 2019


After the success of the last three editions of the Regional Best Practices Award, organised by the United Regions Organization (ORU Fogar) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the organisers are pleased to announce the launch of the IV Regional Good Practices Award, the competition awarding the best practices implemented by regional governments that have had positive effects in their public management.

The contest intends to promote and encourage sharing of good practices, which have been implemented by regional governments, with the aim of improving the quality of services provided to citizens. It targets regions, provinces and federal states that wish to strongly contribute – locally and internationally – towards better service delivery for all citizens, and contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Best practices can be submitted in English, French and Spanish until May 31st, 2019. Guidelines to participate are available on ORU Fogar’s website. A team of experts with a well-known trajectory and public credibility, among which outstanding professionals of the academic, business, cultural and public administration sectors, will be responsible for selecting the finalists and winners among all submissions received.

The five winning practices will be presented at ORU Fogar’s next General Assembly. They will subsequently be published on the Bank of Good Practices of ORU and disseminated through the organizers and partners’ channels to ensure maximum outreach.



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