5 edition of Decentralisation, local politics, and the construction of women"s citizenship found in the catalog.
Decentralisation, local politics, and the construction of women"s citizenship
D. C. Kanabahita-Byamukama
Includes bibliographical references (p. 33-34).
|Statement||Dora C. Kanabahita Byamukama.|
|Series||CBR occasional paper -- no. 7/2007|
|Contributions||Centre for Basic Research (Kampala, Uganda)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||2008346816|
accountable to local citizens and more appropriate to local needs and preferences. However, international experience has shown that even the most ambitious attempts at decentralisation have failed to overcome regional and local dimensions of . Local Government Areas (LGAs) which has been below 4% since the return to democracy in Nigeria in May The decline in the number of women councilors from % in the Election to % in bring to mind the challenges of gender disparity Nigerian women are facing, in politics and governance participation and representation.
The modern form of expressing the principle of decentralisation is represented by the local autonomy, principle established through the Constitution and the Law of Local Public Administration (4), which confers to local collectivities the right and ability to settle and manage, within the law frame, under their own responsibility, to the. Local information flows should make the identification of more effective ways of providing services easier and increase government awareness of local needs and better targeting, while higher participation rates in local politics should give more voice to the poor in policy choices. In addition, local monitoring should help to ensure that File Size: KB.
The panel heard and discussed seven papers, not all of which were equally closely related to theme of the panel. It is, in fact, reasonable to ask whether we are talking about the same thing when we address the problems of municipal government in an industrial city of four million inhabitants like Johannesburg (Etzo) or the national politics of remembrance in a capital city Author: Thomas Bierschenk, Klaas van Walraven. Managerialism and active citizenship in Britain's reformed health service: power and community in an era of decentralisation An accompanying political rhetoric of decentralisation has cast local managerial autonomy as a means to gauge and respond more easily to the needs and preferences expressed by local communities. This in turn has Cited by:
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