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DeLoG members and partners will convene for the network’s second virtual Annual Meeting. The Annual Meeting 2021 will address how decentralisation and local governance (DLG) support can be more inclusive and resilient.

In this article published by the Global Fund for Community Foundations, Jimm Chick Fomunjong from the West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI) takes the word on challenges and opportunities of localising aid funding.

In this report published by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in March 2021, the organisation reviews and explains how it contributes to achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

In May 2021 the Asian Development Bank launched the Asia Pacific Tax Hub to Strengthen Policy Dialogue, Knowledge Sharing and Coordination on Tax Policies and Administration.

The new DeLoG Strategy 2021-2024 paves the way for developing the network towards a strong global partnership for “Effective Decentralisation and Local Governance Support”

On 31 May 2021 the DeLoG secretariat and the Strategic Support Group invited members and partners to the second DeLoG in Dialogue to exchange on the new strategy for 2021-2024 and on the organisation of the Annual Meeting 2021.

Through the analysis of nearly 10,000 cities, the World Bank’s new report “Pancakes to Pyramids: City Form to Promote Sustainable Growth” offers key insights into the interconnectedness of urban physical growth and its economic activities and…

In her interview for DeLoG' Newsletter No. 55, Toril illustrates the role of local taxes in improving subnational domestic resource mobilisation for better public service delivery. She discusses Norad's work on decentralisation and local governance,…

On 19 May 2021, the second webinar on the role of subnational domestic revenue mobilisation (DRM) for public service delivery, focusing on property taxes, was jointly conducted by DeLoG, ATI and Norad.

Besides giving insight into the context of a territorial approach to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), these papers offer concrete examples of integrated approaches to international agendas in the form of country-specific reports.