Call for Nominations: I Regional Good Practices Award

ORU Fogar and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) have launched the first edition of the Regional Good Practices Award, a contest that will award the best practices implemented by regional governments that have had positive effects in their public management. With this initiative, the organizers intend to promote, encourage and disseminate the activities and processes of public administration whose application can help to improve services for citizens, with the objective of making them an example with replication potential in other institutions.

The award is intended for intermediate governments - regional, provincial governments and federated states - and regional networks around the world. Applicants may submit up to two cases of good practices, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the competition, which are available on ORU-Fogar’s website. A jury composed of renowned members, among which are outstanding professionals from the academia, business, cultural world and public administration, is responsible for the evaluation of applications and the selection of the five finalists and winning practices.

The awards ceremony will be held during the VII World Summit of Regional Governments that will take place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on the 15th of April 2016. The winners will be able to publish their good practice in the bank of good practices of ORU Fogar, who along with the UNDP will disseminate the publication for international recognition and to enable its replication. Registration is now open and the deadline for submitting applications is the 15th March.

At ORU, we encourage all intermediate governments to participate and share their best practices with our network of regions, with the common objective of improving the effectiveness and efficiency of public administrations to benefit the common good.



All the information, terms and Conditions and the application process:

Global call to share good practices in public management. News item published on UNDP's website. 27/01/2016


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