HLI-East Valley will train individuals, foster civic engagement, and assist participants to realize their fullest potential as community leaders. Explaining legitimation and de-legitimation requires attention to political structures, ideas and agency — in particular, to the expectations established through the social contract, the nature of the political settlement, and how legitimacy claims are made and contested in public discourse.
This paper examines lessons that emerge from the experiences of Asian countries.
Suda Perera, September This Concept Brief outlines how development challenges have been viewed as collective action problems. What policy and operational messages follow from a focus on gender and power?
Applicants must be able to send at least one mid-career Primary leadership development program staff person or Native consultant to travel to Washington, D. Those individuals new to the Federal Government who were previously supervisors in another organization must also receive training within their first year of appointment.
Claire Mcloughlin, January This paper explores the role of public service provision in undermining state legitimacy. Caryn Peiffer, January This brief summarises findings from case studies of five gender-focused coalitions in the Pacific, and discusses the implications for coalitions and their supporters.
However, unintended consequences may undermine sustainable success.
Tait Brimacombe, August This annotated bibliography identifies academic and more policy-oriented literature about the relationship between service delivery and state legitimacy, social cohesion and social stability. Applicants must demonstrate access to Native cultural materials supporting local Native artists; have staff to provide financial and logistical support for local Native artists; have access to local arts-management professional trainers, training facilities, and computer equipment; and have access to local video professionals.
This literature review examines current knowledge on how politics and power affect security and justice programming, and vice versa, and how donors can provide assistance in this sector that is more politically informed.
Jonathan Fisher and Heather Marquette, April Organizations are encouraged to engage community members and leverage local resources to facilitate community projects in the arts for local artists and young people. Critical to the supervisory development process is the Individual Development Plan IDP crafted by the employee and their supervisor.
Many agencies have already established pre-supervisory training programs.
They must also receive refresher training. This paper argues that three theoretical perspectives, not just collective action theory, can increase our understanding of corruption and how to address it. Shivit Bakrania, July Security and Justice: It was viewed as giving back to our supporters in addition to my own professional development.
It shows that their attitudes affect the policies they are willing to support and implement. Organizations are strongly encouraged to seek outside financial or in-kind resources to help support program goals and objectives. Emerging findings and their relevance for Papua New Guinea Most anticorruption programs now include awareness raising about corruption and about efforts to tackle it, but there is little evidence available to tell us how effective these messages are.
Applicants must be able to collaborate with local security agencies to ensure that security background checks are successfully completed on individuals directly involved with youth. It is recommended that SI contractors secure a U.
These session are primarily held in South Phoenix. It sets out the evidence for the merits of engaging politically with NSAs by incorporating them into governance and statebuilding programmes, and examines the challenges this may pose.Leadership Public Schools - public high schools in Hayward, Oakland, and Richmond, California and innovators in urban education.
Leadership Stage Development and its Effect on Transformational Change. August / Learner Papers. Welcome to the Yvorra Leadership Development Foundation. The organization was founded in in memory of Deputy Fire Chief James G. Yvorra, who was killed in the line of duty.
The primary goal of YLD is to promote the importance of leadership as a key element in developing and improving emergency services in the United States. This is the online home of the catalogue of Federal Government Leadership Development Programs (FedLDP).
Here you will find a searchable electronic library of programs offered by Federal departments and agencies to foster the development of leadership skills in their employees. Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) is a key economic development agency in the Government of South Australia, with responsibility for the prosperity of the state's primary industries and regions.
Here you'll find all DLP's publications, from research papers to workshop reports.Download