nalas contributions in the the forum of cities and regions “investing in western balkans - investing in europe” local governments session of 6 june,2019 focused on sharing findings of two regional nalas surveys and active participation in the panel discussion dedicated to the topic of quality public services.
e-mail: [email protected] . nalas brochure. nalas promotes the process of decentralisation in cooperation with central governments and international organisations, considering local self-government as a key issue in the current process of transition affecting the various countries in south-east europe.
the latest tweets from nalas (@nalas_eu). nalas is a network of associations of local authorities of south east europe. it brings together 14 associations which represent 9000 local authorities. south east europe
short description of the experience: the nine local government units from the region around city of uzice have agreed on the construction of an eu-standard sanitary landfill called “duboko” for solid waste to serve their residents.
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web: www.nalas.eu. email: [email protected] eu support instruments…. context: the multi-country indicative strategy (2014-2020) ipa ii does not address local authorities as layer of governance. the lack of components designed for local development and the specific needs of cities, towns and local government
NALAS Network of EU Project Managers develops it’s EU
the workshop finalised and verified nalas eu unique selling propositions, that will be a base for promoting nalas in its future eu fundraising efforts. “nalas has many important competitive advantages, that make the network a unique eu project partner that can provide invaluable contribution in project consortiums.
4.2. determining local government borrowing capacity. local governments should be aware of their maximum borrowing capacity (i.e. how much money they can borrow) in order to be able to set and prioritize capital investment objectives.