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CLC looks into governance of cities in federal states
jacob
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01 Jul, 2014

To discuss and debate constitutional and legal challenges stifling cities, especially those in federal and quasi-federal states such as Ethiopia and South Africa, Research Chair in Multilevel Government, Law and Policy at the Community Law Centre and Centre for Federal Studies at Addis Ababa University organised a seminar in June.

Prof Jaap de Visser delivers a lecture on local government in Ethiopia
jacob
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08 Nov, 2013

The director of the Community Law Centre, Prof Jaap de Visser lectured a group of honours and LLM students on the place of local government in the South African system of multilevel government at the Ethiopian Civil Service College in Addis Ababa in Ethiopia yesterday (7 November 2013).

CLC looks into constitutional adjudication in Ethiopia
Karel
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18 Sep, 2013

Constitutional adjudication in Ethiopia is primarily the responsibility of the House of Federation, Ethiopia’s upper house. In line with this, the Community Law Centre’s Multi-Level Government Initiative (MLGI) and the South African Research Chairs Initiative (SARChI) Chair in Multilevel Government, Law and Policy hosted a discussion on "Constitutional adjudication in Ethiopia" on the Tuesday 2 September.

CLC director lectures in Ethiopia
jacob
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23 Jul, 2013

The director of the Community Law Centre, Professor Jaap de Visser, taught a week-long course on Local Government and Decentralisation for the PhD students at the Center for Federal Studies at Addis Ababa University.

The SA-Kenya dialogue
Karel
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18 Jul, 2013

SARCHI Chair on Multi-Level Government, Law & Policy which is hosted by MLGI has sparked a dialogue on Kenya's newly adopted constitution.

Ten reasons why Zimbabwe needs a new policy on provincial and local government
jacob
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08 Jul, 2013

After South Africa adopted the 1996 Constitution with a new role for local government, a comprehensive policy process was conducted to shape the new system in line with the Constitution. This resulted in a Green Paper in 1997 and a White Paper in 1998. These documents were critical in the legislative programme that followed.

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