Le programme Africain Excellence du DAAD à travers le Centre d’Excellence de la Gouvernance Local en Afrique (CEGLA) offre, dans le cadre du Master en « Décentralisation et Gouvernance Locale » (DGL), trois bourses d’étude pour suivre la formation au Centre Africain d’Etudes Supérieures en Gestion (CESAG) à Dakar, Sénégal.
La bourse est destinée aux étudiants/professionnels détenteurs d’un diplôme de licence en sciences sociales (économie, droit, gestion, géographie, histoire, sociologie, politique…) qui voudraient continuer leurs études dans le cadre dudit Master en DGL au Centre Africain d’Etudes Supérieures en Gestion de Dakar au Sénégal.
The Centre of Excellence for Local Governance CEGLA hold a highly relevant International Conference on the Local Civil Service from 27 to 29 November 2019 in Niamey/Niger.
The conference was opened by the Nigerian Minister of Interior, Mr. Bazoum Mohamed, the German Ambassador in Niger, Mr. Hermann Nicolai, the Director of the National School of Administration, the Rector of the University Abdou Moumouni as well as the Head of Division Development Cooperation and Transregional Programmes of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Stefan Bienefeld.
During the three days of conference, the participants were discussing about crucial issues in the administration of local authorities. Experts, coming from various states of Western Africa, e.g. from Niger, Senegal, Mali and Burkina-Faso, carried out short presentations about the current legal and practical situation as well as the main challanges of local authorities in the different states of Western Africa. The main focus of the substantial discussions and debates concentrated on the state of local civil service in Western Africa, the fincancial situation as well as the recruitment and human ressources on local level.
The debates during these sessions led to very rich results on the different questions ending up by making the conference a place for an exchange of ideas and practices as well as for critical analysis of all the practices and different subjects.
The best articles of experts as well as the main results of the conference will be compiled in a comprehensive publication, which will be published by CEGLA next year.
The conference was closed with the words of thanks from the organizing committee for all the teams, the various organizations and participants who contributed to the success of this fruitfull conference.
10th Network Meeting of the Centres of African Excellence
Networks for Sustainable Impacts on African Development
from 18 to 21 September 2019
at Centre Africain d’Études Supérieures en Gestion (CESAG)
This year’s Annual Network Meeting is entitled “Networks for Sustainable Impacts on African Development” and shall reflect the importance of our internal and external networks to enhance capacities especially trough this networking, not only in higher education and research, but also with regards to policy advice, applied sciences and innovative technologies.
High ranked representatives from relevant sectors of politics, science and public will be invited to the meeting, to provide a platform for discussions and strengthening ties among the network. With a view to international cooperation activities in higher education and research, we also seek to create links with corresponding stakeholders and to identify and maximize synergies. Moreover, we will further elaborate our strategies on how to benefit from recent developments in the context of digitalization, while considering local circumstances of sub Saharan African realities at the same time.
This year´s network meeting will kindly be hosted by the West-African-German Centre of Excellence for Local Governance in Africa (CEGLA). The official opening of CEGLA will be part of the Network Meeting. The inauguration ceremony will take place on 18th September 2019 and will be hosted by CESAG.
Le programme Africain Excellence du DAAD à travers le Centre d’Excellence de Gouvernance Locale en Afrique (CEGLA) finance 4 bourses de doctorat pour des chercheurs souhaitant mener des recherches sur les questions relatives à la décentralisation ou à la gouvernance locale dans les universités suivantes :
Université des Sciences Juridiques et Politiques de Bamako (2 bourses dont 1 pour un(e) malien(ne) et 1 pour un(e) ressortissant(e) d’un autre pays africain) ;
Université Abdou Moumouni de Niamey (2 bourses dont 1 pour un(e) nigérien(ne) et 1 pour un(e) ressortissant(e) d’un autre pays africain).
La date limite d’introduction des candidatures est fixée au 15 septembre 2019.